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Cryptocurrency company Circle has released its third audit attestation of the USD reserves backing its USDC stablecoin.
An undisclosed investment from UPS reveals a commitment to blockchain profitability after cautionary statements from the logistics giant.
Crypto markets are stable today, with most top ten coins seeing mild losses over the 24 hours to press time.
Chronicled raises $16 million to join the stream of companies tackling supply chain management, plans a launch later in 2019.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said staff were working on quarantining funds allegedly from Cryptopia hackers, after being alerted by social media users.
WWF-Australia’s blockchain platform OpenSC aims to increase consumer-level transparency in goods, initially focusing on the food industry.
Blockstream has announced the Beta version of its Satellite API designed to broadcast encrypted data.
A bill exempting companies providing non-custodial crypto services from certain state money transmitting laws has been resubmitted to the Congress.
IBM’s new partnership is aimed at supply chain management in the mining and metals industry, looking to improve logistics, financing, and cost-saving.
All of the top 20 coins by market cap are seeing green today, Jan. 17, except for stablecoins USDT and USDC.
A new report by BitMEX shows that ICO teams have lost 54 percent of value of the initial $24 billion worth of tokens allocated to themselves.
Despite the market-wide price plunge last year, cryptocurrency trading volumes have actually increased in 2018 vs 2017.
ConsenSys has invested $350,000 in the new WordPress project called Newspack, an open-source publishing platform.
Bitcoin investors in the United States who sold their crypto lost $1.7 billion, but many don’t plan on reporting their gains and losses, a survey shows.
Board member Luzius Meisser says he believes the next wave of crypto innovation will focus on stablecoins and security tokens.
Independent security analysts at ICORating have given 16 percent of the world’s biggest crypto trading platforms an A rating, and none an A+.
Blockchain security firm BitGo has partnered with Genesis Global Trading to enable direct trading on its custody service.
R3 has announced the launch of its Corda Network, which will be operated and governed by a newly-created not-for-profit organization.
Ripple software libraries published before August 2015 potentially rendered private keys which signed multiple transactions vulnerable.
Former top-five crypto mining firm Giga Watt has reportedly closed access and power to its facilities and shut down day-to day operations.
Russia’s prime minister called on the public to closely observe crypto markets, noting that the bear market in 2018 is not a reason to bury crypto.
BitMEX says there are major inaccuracies in a recent report that alleged the exchange was closing U.S. and Québec residents’ accounts.
The head of the Canadian Bankers Association has suggested blockchain has a specific use case in open banking structures.
More global oil and gas giants have joined the blockchain-based platform for trading energy commodities.
Bitfury Surround joins the various blockchain solutions attempting to introduce more transparency to commercial music structures.