China’s internet censorship agency is bringing in regulations for blockchain service providers in the country.
WeChat has just blocked an official sales channel for Bitmain miners, along with several accounts that analyse the crypto markets.
A high-level government media censor in China wants to hire a cryptographer with expertise in blockchain technology.
Blockchain technology could help track vaccine data and help avoid safety scandals like the one currently causing uproar in China.
Iranians using cryptocurrency to hedge against inflation have recently hit a roadblock, an apparent outage of domestic onramps to the market.
The Freedom of the Press Foundation has expanded its donation methods to include five cryptocurrencies, calling the move a "natural fit."
A city-level court in Russia has revoked a ban issued in 2016 that blocked cryptocurrency media site bitcoininfo.ru, among others.
The txTenna partnership with Samourai Wallet offers bitcoin transactions via mesh networks.
Inspired by the #metoo movement, students in China are coding messages into the ethereum blockchain to escape Chinese internet censorship.
Blockchains are inefficient, and worth the cost only when censorship-resistance is required. For money, it clearly is; for identity, it just might be.