Bitcoin's Biggest Startups Are Backing a New Effort to Keep Fees Low
by Alyssa Hertig
CoinMarketCap explained the difficulties in offering volume data on Thursday, but added it would incorporate new features to reduce this.
A Supreme Court decision on the Reserve Bank of India's efforts to bar crypto firms from receiving banking services has been pushed to September.
South Korea's Financial Services Commission has revealed it is setting up a department dedicated largely to cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Semiconductor manufacturing giant TSMC said Thursday that it expects demand for cryptocurrency mining-related products to cool.
The operator of defunct bitcoin investment platform BitFunder is negotiating a plea deal over criminal charges laid against him by the SEC.
A British county police force has become the first in the country to have successfully seized and sold bitcoins obtained in a criminal case.
A state-backed financial asset exchange in China has proposed a way of building a secure blockchain-based system for online bidding.
The U.K. Law Commission has launched research investigating reforms that would bring legal clarity to the use of blockchain-based smart contracts.
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone is looking to invent a new contract agreements system based on blockchain technology.
A blockchain startup has raised $8 million in a seed funding round with a mission to develop a protocol to serve the unbanked.