One-third of ethereum's 'Holy Trinity' of protocols may soon pass a key milestone.
Swarm is pivoting toward decentralized governance, a decision that finds the project shifting away from its prior focus on distributed crowdfunding.
A new working paper penned in part by Harvard and MIT professors analyzes how cryptographic tokens fit under US securities law.
In this roundup, CoinDesk examines the community's efforts to reshape crypto 2.0's public policy and to inspire new colored coins development.
While last year saw lots of hype over crypto 2.0 projects in the making, 2015 could be the year they start to deliver.
Crypto 2.0 projects are gaining increased resources through funding and hiring, while rumors of regulatory action persist.
Swarm is to launch with five startups, including the developers of smart drones, governance software and decentralized dance parties.
New initiatives by Swarm are trying to push crypto-based crowdfunding forward. But are they the solution?
The world's first decentralized crowdfunding platform should provide a simple way to create cryptographic shares in new companies.
Crowdselling via block chains is about to become big news, say advocates – but who will protect investors?