Exiled Bitmain Co-Founder Is Fighting Back With Second Lawsuit
Micree Zhan, the ousted co-founder of Bitmain, has filed another lawsuit in his fight to regain control of the bitcoin mining giant – this time in China.
Noelle Acheson explains how the dogecoin rise exemplifies the creative destruction underway in markets, and what a potential Coinbase listing could mean for the development of crypto.
The Chinese firm also revealed its anticipated share price in its updated filing with the U.S. SEC.
Doing its IPO on the Ethereum blockchain gives the public, and INX itself, a novel vista on the process, which traditionally has been a back-room affair.
Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturer Ebang wants to raise $100 million through a U.S. IPO. But that could be a risky investment, CoinDesk Research's Matt Yamamoto reports.
Ebang International Holdings, one of the leading makers of bitcoin mining equipment, is taking another stab at going public, this time in the U.S.