Bitcoin Association, the leading global organization for Bitcoin business, announces its first ever Bitcoin SV (BSV) Hackathon. This virtual hackathon will take place on May 4-5 and be open to participants worldwide.
Riot Blockchain is one step closer to its goal of reinvention, after a recent filing with the SEC to issue common stock.
Many crypto attacks seem to be focused on cloud infrastructures. Organizations of all sizes continue to face significant crypto mining attacks despite the ongoing bearish market.
The combined efforts of BME and Renta 4 Banco bore significant fruit when their new blockchain platform was able to successfully exchange digitized certificates without the need for an actual physical certificate to be exchanged.
Vectordash is looking to help out gamers and cryptominers with a new cloud service that benefits both.
Putting the ugly past behind them, the Winklevoss twins appear to be pretty happy about Facebook’s new stablecoin.
Citigroup have given up on their plans for a ‘Citicoin’ crypto payment solution, realizing that there are already better solutions, like Bitcoin SV.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced changes to its Coinbase Pro platform, one of which will be an increase in fees.
LJ Hooker, a real estate company in Australia, is preparing the world’s first ever live real estate auction with cryptocurrency as the payment of choice.
According to a post on Yours.org, the unidentified BCH supporter shows a change of heart towards Bitcoin SV after he was asked if he was “on the Bitcoin SV train yet,” to which he replied, after a little bit of thought, “Yeah… I am.”
The case involves a market maker and cryptocurrency exchange, where orders were made and actually reversed by cryptocurrency exchange Quione.
The e-commerce giant has abruptly announced that cryptocurrency-related listings will not be allowed on the platform. The announcement comes on the heels of a significant investment from PayPal.
The U.S. securities regulator has been tightlipped about cryptocurrency regulation, but apparently, even stablecoins might come with their own concerns, according to SEC advisor for digital assets Valerie Szczepanik.
IBM is clearly interested in improving the overall security of blockchain, and withstanding any potential attacks while still maintaining user privacy and user permissions.