Travel website Travala.com, the so-called AirBnB on the blockchain, now offers to book over 550,000 hotels in 210 countries using Ripple’s XRP token.
Konstantin Rabin, financial expert and crypto enthusiast, unveils what hides behind the recent shut down of once promising stablecoin project – Basis.
The Blockchain Transparency Institute confirms the long-anticipated fears that most exchanges engage in wash trading. Their December report clears on Binance and Bitfinex only.
A subsidiary of Overstock, tZERO, has announced that they are hired by GSR Capital, a private equity company, in order to develop a new crypto token which will be used specifically for trading cobalt.
The Swiss government wants to adjust its existing financial laws to the needs of the blockchain sector with a view to support its development.
XRP has been pretty much asleep for a very long time and as we are approaching the end of 2018, the much-needed news about Ripple’s partnerships with major financial institutions have started erupting in the crypto-space.
The new service that allows users to broadcast their own messages via Lightning Network, will be available worldwide starting from January 2019.
San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange and wallet service Coinbase has launched its new “Convert” service as a part of their “12 Days of Coinbase” mission, imagined to help people and their clients all over the world.
Finally, crypto market starts showing at least some signs of recovery: Tether (USDT) manages to enter the top-five cryptos by market cap (for the short period of time though) while EOS gains considerable 25%.