The Ethereum network has become highly congested since the end of April, leading some to entertain a gas limit or block size increase.
The advent of digital money will threaten the U.S. dollar’s global dominance, but it won’t be easy to dethrone the current global reserve currency.
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The 100k user milestone represents 2% of Kakao’s current user base in South Korea.
Bloomberg’s report that provides crypto outlook for June says that it expects Tether to pass Ether as the number two cryptocurrency on the strength of the dollar.
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Three US-based universities were targeted by the NetWalker ransomware group over the last seven days.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced the launch of its Ether options contracts on its trading platform.
Blockchain’s has surpassed 2^92 double-SHA256 hashes, hitting a new milestone.
The Bitgrin network saw billions of tokens minted, despite a supposed max supply limit of 21 million XBG.
The price of Bitcoin is at risk of falling to $6,000, a prominent trader known as Pentarhudi warns after a 14% price drop.
Bitfinex and Tether have addressed the updated lawsuit which accuses them of market manipulation.
Security, a viable business model and an active community: why the majority of DApp developers still opt for the Ethereum blockchain.
Luxembourg-based startup ANote Music will launch a blockchain-based platform that allows its users to invest in music royalties.
As part of its license application process from the local regulator, Malaysian crypto exchange Tokenize integrated an external market surveillance system.
Reports indicate that Micree Zhan obtained a significant victory as he led a team of guards into Bitmain’s Beijing office to establish himself as its legal representative.
A former Goldman Sachs vice president of investment banking: “We should be glad that traditional Wall Street hasn’t come around to embrace crypto yet.”
Cryptocurrency-powered web browser Brave Browser announced that its monthly active user count increased 125% over the past year.
Research by Flipside Crypto into revenue generated by blockchain games shows that, in some cases, gamers are earning more than the game companies.
Vega, a DeFi protocol for creating decentralized derivatives markets, has launched a program providing early platform access to liquidity providers.
The Singapore-based crypto exchange is launching interest rate swaps that allow traders to speculate on the rates themselves.
Peer-to-peer Bitcoin trading is surging in India, with P2P crypto marketplace Paxful reporting significant increases in Indian volume and account registration.
As the European Central Bank doubles its emergency asset purchase program, Bitcoin seems an ever stronger fiat opt-out.
Some in the crypto community are using the turmoil in the United States to push a George Floyd token in what appears to be an obvious cash grab that feeds on sentiment.
Tencent Cloud — Tencent’s cloud computing arm — is forming a blockchain alliance to further the industrial implementation of the technology.
Crypto exchange DeCurret is leading Japan’s three megabanks in a study group to look into developing a national digital settlement infrastructure.
Using dollar cost averaging delivers tidy gains for Bitcoin investors, and it doesn’t matter when you start, PlanB says.
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