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While bitcoin and the broader crypto market fell during Q1 amid a global crisis, a few coins outperformed. Here are a few notable winners and losers.
Customers spent fewer bitcoins at darknet markets over the last two months despite the slide in the cryptocurrency's price, according to data from blockchain surveillance firm Chainalysis.
Deep inside a forsaken coal mine on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the Bitcoin Core code repository will be kept on film reels and stored for centuries.
A federal judge denied Telegram's request to issue Gram tokens to non-U.S. investors.
The U.S. patent office has granted Blockstack intellectual property rights around its single sign-on service for dapps.
If history is a guide, financial models forecasting the post-halving bitcoin price are just as likely to shape the future as predict it.
While the lawsuit against Ripple Labs still alleges the firm broke securities laws, the plaintiffs now seem to be hedging their bets.
We've made it a lot easier to reach us. Our new masthead lists all CoinDesk reporters and editors, their beats and verified contact information.
Bitcoin had another down day. How long the cryptocurrency follows stocks, and whether next month’s halving juices its price, remain open questions.
The American-led global order has been unraveling for 30 years, and COVID-19 may be the blow that changes it once and for all.
Bitfury has dedicated its GPU miners to the Folding@home project, which is studying the novel coronavirus in hopes of developing a vaccine.
Coinbase has put $1.1 million in USDC into the pools powering two of the more popular DeFi applications on Ethereum: Uniswap and PoolTogether.
A new mesh network runs on crypto and the Bitcoin markets might not hit $20K. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily Podcast.
Binance has been offering "generous" referral bonuses for its new crypto mining pool.
Terpin claims he lost $24 million in crypto due to AT&T's negligence. The firm says he didn't read the company's policy documents.
The attackers have apparently been targeting Microsoft SQL database servers to mine cryptocurrency for two years.
The Lightning Network startup now offers fiat-friendly bitcoin payment tools. Cannabis dispensaries in Colorado are an early proving ground.
Zero or negative interest rates will force stablecoins to look at their fee structures and cut costs. Only the fittest will survive, says our columnist.
HIVE shares have increased 10 percent since the deal to acquire a bitcoin mining farm in Canada became public.
HDR Global Trading has supported bitcoin maintainer Michael Ford since he was appointed last summer.
Tether CTO Paolo Ardoino believes the USDT stablecoin can boost the decentralized finance ecosystem.
Bitcoin ended the first quarter of 2020 down from the start of the year, but not as badly as the record-setting losses suffered by global equities.
The options market shows just a 4 percent chance of bitcoin crossing above $20K before year’s end, according to data from analytics firm Skew.
With paywall systems for a whole bevy of assets, crypto payments could revolutionize the media industry – if demand actually matched supply.
Althea brings the internet to under-served places, offering households crypto to be part of a mesh system.
Castle Island Ventures and Coin Metrics co-founder joins to discuss cascading crises, crypto dollarization and the state of the bitcoin narrative.