Bitcoin Twitter Suspended, Hijacked and Restored as Twitter Balances Free Speech in the Age of Crypto Disinformation
It was a busy week for the @Bitcoin Twitter account, as it was suspended, hijacked, and restored – all within a matter of days.
Baidu Launches Blockchain Photo Service
The Chinese search engine Baidu launched its blockchain stock photo service to help protect intellectual property in China.
NEO Council Posts Monthly Roundup, Announces Development Competition Finalists
The NEO Council, which oversees the NEO blockchain framework, posted its monthly update for February and March.
Seoul Mayor Aims To Launch Capital’s Own Crypto, Establish Better Environment For Blockchain Startups
South Korea continues to be a hub of activity in the space of crypto, with Seoul’s announcement that it intends to launch its own regional cryptocurrency, the “S coin.” Seoul’s announcement was made by Park Won-Soon, who also said he intends to create a healthier environment for the development of blockchain and virtual currencies in […]
World’s 9th Largest Stock Exchange To Launch Cryptocurrency Brokerage
The company that owns the 9th largest stock exchange in the world, the TMX Group, has announced the start of its crypto brokerage service.
Kakao Corp Enters International Markets with Blockchain Technology
South Korea’s leading messaging platform Kakao Corp said on Tuesday that it would delve into overseas markets and expand its offerings using blockchain technology.
Regulations Will Enable The Global Adoption of Cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies have transformed from an idea to something you can pay your taxes with, as four state legislatures issue bills to legitimize cryptocurrencies for tax purposes.
BitPay Implements Bitcoin Cash for Invoices
BitPay, a global payment service provider for bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash (BCH), has implemented BCH support for its invoices.
Mastercard May Support Cryptocurrencies
In a conversation with the Financial Times, it appears that Mastercard has warmed up to the idea of cryptocurrencies, thanks to a series of statements made by Ari Sakar, Mastercard’s co-president for Asia-Pacific.