The cryptocurrency markets regained some poise in the week ending March 23, with several individual tokens making more notable gains.
Yahoo Japan is planning to launch its own cryptocurrency exchange next year, Nikkei Asian Review reports.
Bitcoin's retreat from the 200-day moving average hurdle may yield a retest of the psychological support of $8,000.
EOS has jumped 70 percent in the last few days and now may be closing in on a major bullish breakout.
BloXroute's founder worries relay networks that speeds data between crypto miners are not censorship resistant and too slow to foster scaling now.
Two South Korean regulators are reportedly launching an investigation of banks' implementation of anti-money laundering procedures for exchanges.
The bulls' failure to beat resistance around $9,000 in a convincing manner has increased the risk of another drop in bitcoin prices.
Jack Dorsey has said he believes bitcoin will take over the U.S. dollar as the world's primary currency in 10 years or less.
While Kik said it would move its "kin" crypto tokens off ethereum and onto stellar, today it announced it was allowing the tokens to live on both.
Litecoin is looking at a bullish breakout, having clocked a one-week high earlier today.