Circle has raised $20 million in a Simple Agreement for Future Tokens (SAFT) sale for its ethereum-based "CENTRE" payments network.
Announced on Tuesday, Circle will be launching a digital investment and storage product for a variety of cryptocurrencies in 2018.
Circle is seeking to expand, and this time it's made a key acquisition to further its interests in applying cryptocurrencies to mainstream investing.
Blockchain startup Circle has revealed a new inter-wallet settlement system called CENTRE, aimed at connecting the world's digital payment services.
Payments startup Circle is offering no-cost international transactions to its users, the company announced today.
Circle has suggested in an email to users that, in order to avoid the consequences of a potential hard fork, they may want to to sell their bitcoin.…
Circle’s announcement this week that it will no longer offer users the ability to buy and sell bitcoin is not what it seems.
Overshadowed by its decision to cut bitcoin services, Circle announced new tech yesterday. Here's how it works.
Bitcoin prices moved back toward annual highs on 7th December, coming within 2% of the $781.31 it reached in June 2016.
Industry observers, startup execs and researchers weigh in on Circle's shift away from its bitcoin exchange service.