With bitcoin and ether both headed up, CoinDesk's Markets Daily is back with your bitcoin news roundup.
Bitcoin has put in a positive June performance in six out of the last eight years. But Ethereum is drawing new investors with the start of staking due this year.
A widespread bug has compromised a special type of bitcoin transaction that is supposed to discourage miners from cheating, new research shows.
The JPMorgan subsidiary has agreed to repay most of $2.5 million it took in credit card fees for cryptocurrency purchases.
Russia's crypto community is pushing back against a set of bills that could impose onerous restrictions on startups and individuals in the country.
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