Andrew Marshall is the ex-Chief Editor, and now writer for Cointelegraph. Being involved in the Bitcoin scene since 2014, he enjoys learning, and writing about new ways the blockchain technology can change our world for the better.
CEO of Messari has confirmed that the threatening calls he has received after his company criticized XRP were made by people unaffiliated with Ripple.
Research Firm Messari CEO: Threatening Calls After Critical XRP Report Were Made by ‘Punk Kids’
In an official announcement Tuesday, Google said that it will allow registered crypto exchanges to advertise in the U.S. and Japan.
Breaking: Google to Reverse Crypto Ad Ban for Exchanges Advertising in US, Japan
Fifty nine percent of U.K. companies have been hit by cryptojacking attacks at some point, with 80 percent of those cases taking place in the past 6 months, sur...
Citrix Survey: More Than Half of UK Companies Hit by Cryptojacking Malware at Some Point
CEO of Mastercard, Ajaypal Banga compares anonymous cryptocurrencies to “snakes,” says they don’t “deserve” to be considered a medium of exchange.
Mastercard CEO Calls Anonymous Cryptocurrencies 'Junk,’ Again
U.S. SEC rejects the Winklevoss’ twins second attempt at applying for a Bitcoin ETF.
Winklevoss Twins Bitcoin ETF Application Rejected by SEC
During a Congressional hearing July 25, CFTC chair Christopher Giancarlo said the agency is “four years behind” on blockchain research and regulation.
U.S. CFTC Chair: We Need to Test Blockchain Because We Are ‘Four Years Behind’
MetaMask, an Ethereum network browser extension, got pulled from the Google Chrome Web Store for 5 hours for currently unknown reasons.
MetaMask Browser Extension Pulled From Google Chrome Store for 5 Hours, ‘Unsure’ of Cause