Crypto Recap July 11: Opera Testing Built-In Crypto Wallet, LTC Acquires Bank Stake
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U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday creating a task force that will focus in part on developing guidance for cryptocurrency fraud investigations.
South Korean lawmakers are racing to make rules on cryptocurrency, initial coin offerings (ICO) and blockchain.
This note provides an update of the results of the 2017 Bitcoin Omnibus Survey (BTCOS) conducted by the Bank of Canada from December 12 to 15, 2017.
Ripple has a new senior vice president of business and corporate development. The San Francisco-based distributed ledger startup announced Wednesday...
That may have summed up the state of affairs Tuesday, hours after the Forecast Foundation, the non-profit behind the Augur protocol, announced the launch of its decentralized...
The price of litecoin spiked to $81 on Wednesday amid notable news for the cryptocurrency often called the silver to bitcoin's gold.
Blockchain crowdfunding ideas may be ten-a-penny these days, but seeing the concept tested out by a financial regulator and a major stock exchange is pretty unique.
In a first for the company, Opera is launching new browser software that has a built-in cryptocurrency wallet.
Canadian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsquare has announced its plan to enter the Japanese market pending approval by the country’s financial regulator.
India’s central bank has responded to a representation about its crypto banking ban. The Supreme Court gave the central bank seven days to reply following a hearing last week ...
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