No matter where you stand on guns, U.S. states' attempt to silence the publication of software files should be concerning to the blockchain community.
The latest attempt to create a crypto pegged to the U.S. dollar, or stablecoin, combines 21st-century technology with an invention from the 1930s.
CEO of Robinhood Markets, Vlad Tenev, explains why he thinks fee-based cryptocurrency trading will soon become a relic of the past.
Tether has finally produced a third-party report proclaiming that its cryptocurrency, USDT, is fully backed by U.S. dollars – with some big caveats.
An investor and three founders have been slapped with a private cryptocurrency lawsuit centered on the ethereum decentralized application Augur.
Jesse Powell and Erik Voorhees delivered red-meat rhetoric but also made subtler points about New York's cryptocurrency regulations at Consensus 2018.
A pioneer of public-key cryptography said the blockchain boom represents a "resurgence" of the work he helped start in the 1970s.
New York's Economic Development Corporation is launching several initiatives to put the Big Apple on the map as a blockchain technology hub.
A year ago, enterprise blockchain and cryptocurrency were essentially separate industries. Now come signs that these camps might be slowly converging.
The world's economic leaders are seeking a globally coordinated policy on cryptocurrencies. This could take a while. But that may be just as well.