After yesterday's split of the bitcoin cash blockchain, several top exchanges have already accommodated the resulting two tokens.
Binance is advising its remaining users in Iran to withdraw their money as the cryptocurrency exchange seeks to comply with renewed U.S. sanctions.
A Canadian judge ruled that CIBC, which froze some $26 million CAD claimed by QuadrigaCX, must transfer the funds under dispute to the court.
While bitcoin cash is seeing an internal war ahead of Thursday's hard fork, traders in Asia are betting that the upgrade will result in "free money."
Cryptocurrency exchanges will likely have to reckon with VPN access as part of any regulatory or law enforcement actions for market manipulation.
Three weeks after being assured everything was running smoothly, some customers at Bitfinex are wondering why they still can't get their money out.
The SEC's settlement with the founder of EtherDelta is likely the first of many enforcement actions to come against crypto token exchanges.
Coinbase is listing Brave's Basic Attention Token to its retail platform, 6 days after adding it to Coinbase Pro.
Cinnober, a fintech company founded a full decade before the bitcoin white paper came out, wants to help today's crypto trading platforms mature.
Bitcoin cash is undergoing a hard fork on Nov 15., and it might result in a split. So which exchanges will support the new cryptocurrency?