JPMorgan has said that blockchain technology has become the foundation for digital currency and fast payments, according to a report by the financial conglomerate.
Ethereum miners are earning more from ETH fees than ever before. Could the increased activity on the network mean another price jump is around the corner?
US GDP dropped a mammoth 32.9% in Q2, sharply contrasting with a cryptocurrency market that grew over the same timeframe.
In our current environment, cybersecurity concerns are greater than ever. The Covid-19 disruption and subsequent shifts made by organizations to navigate this changed reality opened the door to new IT risks and sustained cyberattacks.
Revolut said its customers will obtain full control of their cryptocurrency assets from 27 July 2020. However, holders of cryptocurrencies will only be able to other Revolut account holders. The digital coins currently traded by Revolut include Bitcoin, Etherium, Bitcoin Cash and XRP.
Revolut, the digital or “challenger” bank, has announced a modification to its terms to allow customers beneficial ownership of their cryptocurrency portfolios.
Worldwide, governments devote an estimated $9.5 trillion each year to public procurement – an average of approximately 15% of national GDP. The problem is almost universal.
Bitcoin – already one of the year’s best-performing assets – is likely to “soar in value” this year with central banks’ money printing agendas and a spike in public interest, the CEO of deVere Group said this morning.
The global Facebook-backed digital currency project Libra has a new supporter: Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings.
Crypto Startup School brought together 45 participants from around the U.S. and overseas in a seven-week course to learn how to build crypto companies. Andreessen Horowitz is partnering with TechCrunch to release the online version of the course over the next few weeks.
Over the last few weeks, all eyes in the crypto world have been glued to the halving, a nigh-religious moment in the blockchain realm. Every once in a while, the amount of new bitcoin mined — distributed to miners, the folks with fleets of computers powering bitcoin’s database, or blockchain — is cut in half. Why does that matter?
Halving is written into Bitcoin’s code and takes place roughly every four years, or with every 210,000 blocks underwritten on the encrypted blockchain ledger.
Messaging service Telegram said on Tuesday it is abandoning its blockchain platform Telegram Open Network (TON) after a lengthy battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Bitcoin underwent its third scheduled “halving” yesterday as the value of the rewards paid to the cryptocurrency’s miners was reduced from 12.5 to 6.25.
The Malta Financial Services Agency (MFSA) has published a list detailing 57 fintech and cryptocurrency companies that have failed to secure a licence by virtue of not completing the regulatory process.