Ether's technical recovery from the 100-day low hit yesterday looks to be a "dead cat bounce."
"Stablecoins" continue to be a much sought-after tech for ICOs, and a new one, Fragments, now boasts investment from True, Pantera and FBG.
Bitcoin's corrective rally may gather traction, however, the overall outlook remains bearish as long as prices stay below $11,700.
Following in the footsteps of Facebook and Google, Twitter is reportedly planning a ban on advertisements related to cryptocurrencies.
The bankruptcy trustee for the defunct Mt. Gox exchange has denied that the sale of $400 million in BTC and BCH caused the recent drop in prices.
The SEC's actions against U.S. ICOs appear to not only be discouraging innovation, they're leaving even experts confused about the state of play.
The crypto revolution may be happening in real time, but that doesn't mean that definitions, while not final, can shape our understanding today.
Lesser-known cryptocurrencies like Binance Coin and VeChain managed to score gains this week, despite the broader market sell-off.
Eximchain, a blockchain startup focused on the supply chain industry, has raised an investment of $20 million, ahead of a planned token airdrop.
Bitcoin may see a corrective rally following losses this week, but it still looks too early to call a bottom.