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The Bank of China has partnered with China UnionPay to jointly explore blockchain technology applications in payment systems.
Last week, Bitcoin.com CEO Roger Ver unveiled a new tool to issue tokens on BCH blockchain.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has intensified its probe into crypto mining firm Blockchain Riot.
SFOX, a U.S. cryptocurrency dealer for large-scale investors, has raised $22.7 million in a Series A funding round.
Crypto hedge fund Pantera Capital is seeking to raise $175 million for its third venture fund, a staggering three-fold increase from its previous fund target.
The UEFA has used a blockchain-based mobile phone app for ticket distribution for their Super Cup soccer match between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
A Bitcoin-based exchange traded note (ETN) listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange is now being quoted in dollars, targeting U.S. investors.
A new platform provides a space for creatives to collectively develop monetizable digital content.
A total of nine cryptocurrency operators have either received or are in the process of receiving regulatory approval in Thailand.
The concept of an ETF for Bitcoin is becoming less of a “magic pill” for many industry figures as prices circle $6,000.
Crypto exchange Coinbase has acquired a decentralized identity startup to work on ways of validating and verifying identity.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said in a recent interview that the exchange was signing up 50,000 users a day in 2017.
A Ripple executive said that the company is looking to break into the Chinese market to speed up international payments with its distributed ledger system.