Bitcoin (BTC) broke down below the $8,000 mark twice this week, re-sparking expectations of a larger retrace.
Based on the network schedule, BTC number 18 million will be mined some time later today.
BTC prices look shakier, and a dip is expected before a new rally materializes.
An exploration of Bitcoin address relationships led South Korean investigators to bust a darknet site containing child pornography.
New fiat on-ramps will be offered by BiboxEurope for a hand-picked selection of the best altcoin projects.
Ahead of a US Securities and Exchange Commission court hearing, the Telegram team decided to delay the actual token launch.
The Monero community agreed for the third time to strike against ASIC miners, with a total switch to a new proof-of-work algorithm.
Binance performed the second-biggest coin burn in history, taking out 2 million Binance Coin (BNB) from circulation.
Tracking the actual blockchains and transactions may be necessary as stricter regulations turn to the blockchains themselves to trace illegal transfers of value.