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Bitcoin (BTC) hashrate shifts to the US as states vie for miners’ attention
Foundry US has revealed that BTC hashrate in the United States is converging in areas with access to renewable energy sources.
Coinseed barred from operating in New York after shady Dogecoin (DOGE) dealings
New York’s attorney general has secured a ruling that bars Coinseed from operating within in its jurisdiction.
Goldman Sachs announces Ethereum futures, institutional interest grows
Answering their clients’ interests, the Wall Street giant expands into Ethereum.
New York turns to IBM blockchain to battle the coronavirus
Traditional consensus says blockchain technology is outdated and serves little need to society. But you can show the naysayers this COVID-19 mobile app the next time.
There’s a new Congressional candidate in New York, and he’s bullish on Bitcoin and crypto
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have become a growing force in the economy, with some of the world’s biggest investors and innovators entering the space.
New York Governor warns lockdowns could last through 2020; how will Bitcoin fare?
The COVID-19 pandemic is growing at an alarming pace, impacting virtually every major country and having devastating impacts on the global economy.
JPMorgan reportedly in talks about merging Quorum with Ethereum development studio ConsenSys
In a Reuters exclusive today, the breaking news outlet reported that banking giant JPMorgan’s blockchain unit “Quorum” and Joseph Lubin’s Ethereum accelerator ConsenSys are discussing a merger, according to people familiar with the plans.
Ethereum researcher Virgil Griffith denied bail on charges of conspiring with North Korea
Virgil Griffith, the head of Ethereum’s special projects division who was arrested on federal charges of conspiracy with North Korea, has been denied bail.
Quadency CEO talks crypto trading platforms, obstacles for adoption and crypto predictions for 2020
CryptoSlate recently had the opportunity to chat with Rosh Singh, the CEO and Co-Founder of Quadency, a New York-based technology startup building digital asset trading and portfolio management tools for retail and institutional investors.
Bitfinex calls $1.4 trillion Tether lawsuit ‘meritless and mercenary’
iFinex, the parent company of crypto exchange Bitfinex and Tether, is facing a lawsuit accusing them of manipulating the market.
Binance listing NYDFS-approved “BUSD” stablecoin next week
Binance announced that it will begin listing the NYDFS-approved BUSD.
An inside look at a ConsenSys-funded web 3.0 accelerator [INTERVIEW]
We interviewed Gabriel Anderson, the Managing Director of Tachyon, an accelerator for startups utilizing blockchain and web 3 technologies, funded by ConsenSys.
Bitfinex must face New York attorney general in fraud lawsuit, says judge
A New York judge ruled Bitfinex must face the fraud suit and impending investigation set against it in April by New York attorney general Letitia James, denying the company’s request for the case to be dismissed due to lack of jurisdiction, Bloomberg reported.
Bitfinex fights back against NYAG, says it never served New York customers
iFinex, the company that owns and operates Tether and Bitfinex, said that the claims made by the New York Attorney General’s office that the companies served New York residents throughout last year were “misleading.” The company’s latest legal filing asserts that the alleged “New York customers” were foreign ECPs who worked through New York-based traders.
Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin taken to court for $13 million for failed ConsenSys spinout Token Foundry
ConsenSys founder and Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin was summoned to court in a $13 million lawsuit connected to failed ConsenSys spinout Token Foundry.
Institutional demand for Bitcoin and Ethereum causes Grayscale AUM to nearly triple, reduces exposure to XRP
Grayscale Investments, a New York-based digital currency asset management firm, released its investment report for Q2 2019.
NY attorney general reaffirms jurisdiction over iFinex, Bitfinex and Tether continued operations in New York until 2019
Recently released court filings from the New York Attorney General’s Office (NYAG) showed that Bitfinex and Tether both operated in New York from 2017 to early 2019, despite claiming they had ceased all operations in the state.
Justin Sun invites the founders of Ethereum, Litecoin, and Binance to lunch with Warren Buffett
As part of his winning $4.6 million bid for lunch with Warren Buffett, TRON CEO Justin Sun has the opportunity to invite up to seven guests to accompany him.