A new Chinese food-tracking initiative hints at the power of blockchain to improve society's deeper issues.
A lawyer breaks down the existing legislation that determines whether smart contracts are smart, legally binding or a even contract at all.
After weeks of growth, it seems ether's much-hyped 'Flippening' – overtaking bitcoin as the most valuable cryptocurrency – is on hold.
EY's Pascal Leblanc discusses an alternative approach to ICOs, putting forth a new model aimed to mitigate the price volatility of tokens.
Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure's ability to pull it off.
Miner and investor 'P4man' looks at the altcoin market to see if there is a credible alternative to bitcoin. Can ethereum cut the mustard?
A new wave of decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges that exist almost entirely on a blockchain could do away with middlemen.
A city district in southern China is using blockchain to streamline government services for its one million residents.
OneCoin doesn't have a license to operate in Vietnam despite claims to the contrary, the government said this week.
While SegWit2x has significant support, according to some in the bitcoin community, the group is closing off software development to outsiders.
The United Nations is eyeing blockchain as part of its fight against climate change.
The law enforcement agency received more than 2,600 complaints about ransomware last year, according to a new report.
US advocacy group Coin Center has said that an anti-money laundering bill before the Senate could disrupt existing rules for digital currency firms.