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There are some that don’t think highly of 4chan — the anonymous messaging board.
Ethereum’s price action over the past several weeks has grown closely tied to that of Bitcoin.
Cryptocurrency firms advertising to United Kingdom citizens will be governed by legal regulations for marketing their products, as per Her’s Majesty Treasury announcement Monday.
Unlike normal, the crypto spotlight has been focused on Ethereum’s budding decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem over the past few weeks, not on Bitcoin.
A new report jointly-published by eToro and The TIE laid out their research on the cryptocurrency landscape for Q2 of 2020.
Like Bitcoin, Ethereum’s price has flatlined over recent weeks.
The stablecoin sector has been seeing tremendous growth throughout the past year.
Bitcoin’s multi-month consolidation phase is narrowing as the cryptocurrency now trades between $9,100 and $9,200.
Accredited investors in Hong Kong are facing scrutiny from wealth managers and banks globally — the latter searching for investor ties to a pro-democracy narrative.
Japan’s central bank — the Bank of Japan (BoJ) — confirmed Monday it has created a new division to research and study the issuance of digital currency.
While Bitcoin has yet to go entirely mainstream, it has been deemed one of the world’s most important innovations of the past two decades.
After the price of its native token LINK reached its all-time high last week, Chainlink has seen its on-chain metrics skyrocket.
The world of Bitcoin trading is equal parts alluring and intimidating.
The decentralized finance sector has been grabbing the attention of crypto investors throughout the past couple of months, as virtually every associated token has been posting massive gains.
Bitcoin’s ongoing consolidation phase has been perpetuated by limited liquidity and cratering trading volume.
While Bitcoin and Ethereum have continued to stagnate, it is clear that the decentralized finance (DeFi) finance craze is alive and well.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) applications are driving growth in the cryptocurrency market in 2020.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and a number of other large cryptocurrencies have effectively flatlined over the past two to three months.
Cloudflare’s 220.127.116.11 DNS service saw a major outage yesterday that caused many websites to become unreachable, including multiple cryptocurrency exchanges and web-based Bitcoin wallets.
After months and years of development, Ethereum 2 is finally drawing close. For those unaware, the upgrade will overhaul how the Ethereum blockchain works, using certain technologies to make it more efficient in terms of costs, power consumption, and speed.
Ethereum transactions are seeing transactional activity last seen in 2018—when massive ICO activity dominated the network.
Despite strong rallies in countless altcoins, the fourth-largest cryptocurrency XRP has yet to share in the gains.
The attack on Twitter that took place earlier this week has once again made Bitcoin a topic of mainstream discussion – but not for a good reason.