Bitcoin (BTC) had two of the month’s worst days this week, crashing by $2,000 in a rapid correction.
Samsung rides the popularity of crypto assets in South Korea, finally allowing the cold storage of Bitcoin (BTC) on its Keystore built-in hardware wallet.
Coinbase will expand its services after acquiring the institutional custodial business of the XAPO wallet provider.
US treasury bonds followed the global trend to enter the territory of inverted yield curves, signaling recession.
PlusToken, a scam that spread to China and Korea in the past months, accrued vast Bitcoin (BTC) reserves, currently liquidating them in daily tranches.
Linking addresses to identities means not all Bitcoin (BTC) are created equal, and connections to dubious wallets and addresses may be a burden.
Spending over $1,000 worth of Bitcoin (BTC) comes with obligatory identity screening.
An emergency lawsuit was mounted by the US Securities and Exchange Commission to curb the burning of ICO money.