Russia is to launch its national blockchain-based cryptocurrency named CryptoRuble. Datails still remain scarce, but some information has recently been revealed.
Software giant IBM, regional financial services company KlickEx Group, and Stellar, a non-profit organisation that supports an open source blockchain network, have unveiled a new regional cross-border payments solution using IBM’s blockchain technology.
Ethereum hard fork Byzantium is now operational, despite the recent talks of possible delays. The updated software is successfully running, Ether prices are relatively stable.
The Ethereum price is increasing and it promises that the second largest blockchain is completely prepared to the following codebase changing.
Coinbase opens its customers an opportunity to instantly purchase digital currency using a US bank account.
Cryptolocator unveils international trading platform focused on Ethereum trading that ensures maximum security for transactions and user data.
XBT Provider by CoinShares, the issuer behind the world’s first bitcoin ETNs, is announcing that the first Ether ETNs are now available for trading on Nasdaq Stockholm.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is sounding the alarm over cryptocurrencies.
For a majority of the world, August 1, 2017 was just a normal day. But for technology gurus and cryptocurrency fanatics, August 1, 2017 was a monumental day in blockchain history.
China will likely resume cryptocurrency trading after licensing exchanges as measures for cryptocurrency market regulation.
Taiwan’s authorities refuse to follow the examples of China and South Korea in banning ICOs and join Japan in its bitcoin-friendly approach.
With Bitcoin (BTC) price increasing up to $4400, world’s largest banks begin to seriously consider cryptocurrency adoption.
Two websites operated by CBS’s Showtime video network have been identified as containing cryptocurrency mining scripts.