New Samsung Galaxy S10 Includes Baked-In Storage for Private Keys

Samsung announced on February 21, 2019, that their newest phone, the Galaxy S10, will include secure storage for its users’ cryptocurrency private keys.The company...

Lightning Torch’s Bitcoin Payment Is Running a Worldwide Marathon

A lightning network payment has been making global rounds on Bitcoin’s secondary layer. The payment, slowly accumulating in value with each passing, is 2.8...

Living on Bitcoin for a Week in San Francisco

When I decided, maybe against my better judgement, to live on bitcoin for a week, the plan was met by a combination of cautions...

Wrap Your Head Around This: BTC Is Now Featured as a Token on Ethereum

It happened: Bitcoin is now an Ethereum token.Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), an ERC-20 token with a 1-1 peg to bitcoin, went live on the Ethereum...

Binance Now Supports Crypto Purchases With Credit Cards

Binance has finally joined the fiat-on-ramp party, adding support for crypto purchases using credit cards. This is made possible through its integration with payment...

Zebpay Continues European Expansion, Launches EU-Wide Trading Tournament

Cryptocurrency exchange Zebpay is opening new offices in five European countries, increasing its presence on the continent to 43 countries.Launched in 2015 in India,...

Fidelity’s Bitcoin Custody Service Could Launch This March

Fidelity Investments, one of the world’s largest asset managers, is breaking into bitcoin custody.According to a recent report from Bloomberg, three people “with knowledge...

Living on Bitcoin Day 7: A Supposedly Fun Thing I’d Definitely Do Again

This is the seventh instalment of reporter Colin Harper's "Living on Bitcoin" experience in San Francisco. Find out what happened to him earlier on...

Blockstream Breaks into Japanese Market with JPY Stablecoin, Partnership

Blockstream is partnering with Japanese fintech giant Digital Garage to bring a JPY stablecoin to the Bitcoin network.To spearhead the project, Blockstream and the...

New Zap Point-of-Sale App Enables Merchants to Accept Lightning

A new point-of-sale (PoS) app released by Zap allows merchants to independently accept transactions on the Lightning Network.Jack Mallers, the founder of Zap, described...

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