Judge Grants Injunction Halting Telegram’s TON Release Again, Notice of Appeal Reportedly Filed

The embattled Telegram Open Network (TON) blockchain and its native gram cryptocurrency have seen plans for launch stifled once again, with a preliminary injunction...

The Best Bitcoin Trading Strategies (That Still Work in 2020)

This is a sponsored article provided by NordikCoin. Bitcoin trading has never been more popular than it is now, and the market doesn’t show any...

Regulatory Roundup: Crypto Regulations Advance Despite Global Crisis, Cash Shortages, Bank Closures

In this roundup, we cover crypto regulatory developments amid the global crisis effected by the coronavirus outbreak, bank closures, interest rate cuts, and plunging...

Coronavirus Bailouts: US Banking Watchdogs Waive Hundreds of Regulations, Red Tape, Financial Oversight

In 2019, cryptocurrency and blockchain businesses saw more regulation than any year prior. G20 finance ministers, central bank governors, and regulators cracked down hard...

How Institutional Players Like CME, CBOE and Bakkt Influence the Bitcoin Price

The introduction of institutional heavyweights like CME, CBOE and Bakkt to the bitcoin space was heralded by many as the key to solidifying bitcoin’s...

Indian Government Engages RBI to Discuss Cryptocurrency Regulation

The government of India is reportedly discussing a regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies with the central bank, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and the...

A Treatise on Bitcoin and Privacy Part 2: Don’t Be Misled by Red Herrings

In Part One of this treatise, we examined the fundamental relationship between Bitcoin and privacy by going back to the beginning with the whitepaper....

Ripple Expands Presence in Asia With DeeMoney Partnership

Ripple has announced a partnership with Thai financial service provider DeeMoney. The deal is geared towards bolstering Ripple’s presence across Asia. Thai-based Fintech Firm Leveraging...

China’s Changing Perception of Bitcoin: Bitkan CEO Shares Insights After 7 Years in Crypto...

Since the advent of bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrencies have gone from being a niche topic for tech nerds to ubiquitously recognized — if not...

Tax Expert: IRS Crypto Question ‘Unconstitutional,’ Card Points, Flyer Miles Could Be Virtual Currency

While its well-known that the revised Schedule 1 form for U.S. taxpayers now contains a question about cryptocurrencies, what is lesser discussed are the...

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