BitMEX has discontinued offering services to the users of three countries. Fun fact: it has offices in those regions. Read more to know more.
A bug could have lost the users of Coinbase a lot of money, confesses the exchange itself in its latest blog post.
South Korean Blockchain projects are ditching the domestic market due to regulatory headaches, mainstream media report.
Venezuela’s inflation rate topped 130,000% in 2018 as peer-to-peer Bitcoin and Dash transactions reached new all-time highs month after month.
According to an announcement earlier today, Japan’s version of Amazon – Rakuten – has publicly launched its own crypto trading platform which could see
The origin story of Bitcoin’s pseudonymous creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, has seen outright lies, conjecture, and its fair share of ‘reveals’. By now, for
As a new week begins in crypto land a different pattern is forming this Monday morning. After bitcoin spent most of the weekend consolidating above $10k,
Despite the promises of crypto analysts and institutions like Goldman Sachs, Bitcoin price continues to hover around low 5 figures. What’s going on? After
Wednesday’s Bitcoin flash crash was not due to a sell-off from Chinese ponzi scam, PlusToken, a researcher has claimed. Sid Shekhar, the co-founder of
Bitcoin price has remained in five figures as we begin another weekend. There appear to be enough buyers in the high $9000 range to prevent the asset from
Popularity comes as long-term risks are developing for traditional asset classes. For these reasons, Morgan Creek Capital boss Mark Yusko thinks new types of protective ‘insurance’ such as Bitcoin may be warranted.
Bakkt has won approval from US regulators to trade physically-settled bitcoin futures. The cryptocurrency price surged by $500, meanwhile.
A recently concluded Nobl Insurance study reveals that the crypto market grew by a spectacular 48 percent in the period 2018 – 2019. Moreover, the study
Charlie Lee the Litecoin creator says that the lack of code commits on the project GitHub is because no one wants to work on it.
The Australian Tax office has sent out 18,000 warning letters to Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs). The letters target those who have invested over 90% of retirement funds in a single asset class, such as property or cryptocurrency.