The fact that an ETN from Stockholm is now targeting the U.S. market may sound like a win, but it's a far cry from the big prize of an ETF
ETN vs. ETF: Which Is the Investor’s Dream? Bears for Crypto, Bulls for ICOs: 2018 Market Positive Statistics
Despite a change in public sentiment toward ICOs and stronger regulatory pressure, ICOs show growth and health for the space in the first half of 2018.
Which Countries Are Best to Start Blockchain Projects?
Some countries are far more welcoming than others when it comes to their cryptocurrency regulations.
OKEx’s Future Trading Shortfall ‘A Valuable Lesson’ for Cryptocurrency Exchanges
A forced futures liquidation at OKEx has at least allowed the exchange the chance to learn a valuable lesson, as it admits that there was not much harm done.
G20 Hears Out Multiple Crypto Reports in July, Waiting for FATF to Test Its Standards by October
July’s data collecting deadline for the G20 has come, and they were greeted with a host of information from a number of different committees and commissions.
China Now Downplaying Blockchain Could Be Social Construct to Build It Up
China’s banking regulators are still playing down blockchain despite obvious interest. Could it have more to do with social situations?
Blockchain Phones Calling the Future of Telecommunications
Blockchain technology is breaking into new sectors as the telecommunications industry begins to feel out its potential for phones and communication.
South Korea’s Regulatory Evolution: Important Steps for Crypto Exchanges, ICOs and Blockchain
South Korea has taken big steps in legitimising crypto exchanges and blockchain making a better environment for the users through more regulation.
From $2.9 Billion in a Month to Hundreds Dead: Trends of the Rollercoaster ICO Market in 18 Months
The ICO market is one of the most interesting and controversial aspects of the cryptocurrency ecosystem — and for good reason, as statistics show.
Mythbusting: Why Bitcoin Can Never Go to Zero
Bitcoin detractors always spout that the coin will go to zero, but is that even a possibility nowadays?
Lighting Labs Co-Founder and Bitcoin Developers Slam Study on Lightning Network
A study suggesting that the Lightning Network struggles to route payments, especially larger amounts, has been called ‘bullshit.’
Facebook’s Crypto Ad Ban Reversal Power Play Gets Their Own News Stuck
Facebook’s powerplay of crypto advertising continues as the first company to ban them has now suddenly reinstated them.
Japan’s Exchanges Regulatory Turning Point: How and Why Authorities Wrested Control
Japan — once seen as a crypto-liberal haven — now has some of the most stringent and decisive regulations for exchanges. But is it for the greater good?
Alibaba’s Cryptic Relationship With Bitcoin and Blockchain
Alibaba has shown enough interest in blockchain and cryptocurrency but is still keeping its hands directly clean.
Driving Blockchain Forward: Automotive Advances With Blockchain Technology
The automotive space is finding new and exciting ways to utilize the burgeoning technology that is Blockchain
What Is Going On With the Crypto Markets, Experts Share Opinions
The current market performance has many people questioning what is going on, wondering why Bitcoin and others have hit yet another slump this year.
Bitcoin’s Falling Price Nothing More Than Perception, Or Is There Manipulation?
Bitcoin’s price seems low, but many traders are unfazed by its movements, while some see manipulation.
Crypto vs. RBI: India’s Banking Bitcoin Battle Shows No Sign of Letting Up
India’s banking system has taken a harsh stance against cryptocurrencies.
Volatility: The Necessary Evil Of Cryptocurrency And How To Handle It
While crypto’s famed volatility can be terrifying for investors, it is something that needs to be weathered.
New Steps of Adoption: Dutch National Blockchain Research Agenda
The Dutch government’s foray into blockchain enterprise could represent a third prong to mainstream adoption following banks and major corporations.
Blockchain For Elections: Advantages, Cases, Challenges
Blockchain elections have been theorized as perfect use-cases for the new technology, and now they are starting to make strides in the real world.
Amazon & Microsoft’s Move to Blockchain: Centralized Companies Into Decentralized Ecosystem
Traditional centralized powerhouses like Microsoft and Amazon are almost being forced to take their domination to the decentralised world.
Financial Institutions In A Race: Who Will Bring Crypto Trading To The Fiat Masses First?
Banks started by scoffing at crypto but now they are racing to be first to market with a crypto trading desk.
Banks and Blockchain: Wait-and-See Approach or FOMO?
Different major banking institutions are looking at blockchain technology.
Aims And Goals Of Japan’s New Self-Regulatory Cryptocurrency Exchange Association
Japan’s new self-regulatory body’s first task is to bring in the unregistered exchanges, and dispel anxiety around cryptocurrencies in Japan
Chilean Banks vs Crypto Exchanges: Will Citizens Have Access to Technology?
Following Chilean exchange Buda’s decision to fight their banking blockade, the CEO has questioned these banks’ decision making.
Strange Twists And Turns Of Nano And BitGrail Since The $150 Mln Hack
The relationship between exchange BitGrail and coin Nano has led to a strange saga unfolding following a $150 Mln theft.
How Australia Is Becoming A Cryptocurrency Continent: Markets, Regulations And Plans
Australia has taken the lead when it comes to cryptocurrency regulation, and has done so with many positive and balanced intentions
Bitfinex in Poland: Were There Money Laundering Links?
When allegations of fraud and money laundering were leveled at Bitfinex, they denied it, but how much of a link was there to start?
Q1 Breaks All the Wrong Bitcoin Price Records, But Why Should Crypto Market Be Optimistic For Q2?
The cryptocurrency market first quarter made for some nightmare reading, but there is still optimism for Q2