Bitcoin may not return to $10,000 soon, WHO launches blockchain platform to fight COVID-19, and more bad news for QuadrigaCX victims.
BTC Worries, Buterin ‘Embarrassed,’ Blockchain Fights Coronavirus: Hodler’s Digest, March 23-29
The trustee representing the users of the now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX will submit all of its documents containing user data to Canada’s tax ...
Canada’s Tax Authority Demands Personal Data on 115,000 QuadrigaCX Users
Mt. Gox court cases see no end as creditors continue to wait for their funds, but could another event like Mt. Gox take place given the current market volatilit...
Mt. Gox Casts a Dark Shadow of Crypto’s Collapse — A Long Fight for Justice
New Year Special
Facebook’s Libra, Ethereum, QuadrigaCX, Tether and Bitfinex — Cointelegraph breaks down the biggest stories of 2019.
2019 in Review: Another Year of Highs and Lows for Crypto
A darknet marketplace is planning a $146 million ICO, QuadrigaCX victims want Gerald Cotten’s body exhumed, and Libra has quietly updated its white paper.
Darknet ICO, Bitmain Infighting, Calls for Cotten to Be Exhumed: Hodler’s Digest, Dec. 9–15
Law firm Miller Thomson wants to exhume the body of Gerald Cotten, the deceased owner of now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.
QuadrigaCX Victims Request Proof of Gerald Cotten’s Death by Exhuming Body
A look at the history of the mysterious firm Crypto Capital and its ties to Bitfinex as court cases brew.
Bitfinex Cries Fraud as Crypto Capital Executive Indicted by US