The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) allowed transactions worth a total of $137m connected to OneCoin, the FinCEN files leak has revealed.
Verdict lists ten of the most popular tweets on blockchain and digital assets in August 2020 based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Bitcoin and Ethereum are today available to trade on the regulated market of the Vienna Stock Exchange for the first time.
As central banks look to the future, they are increasingly exploring the potential of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) to improve speed, transparency and efficiency.
The first ever ecommerce transaction made using a bank-issued stablecoin has successfully been made, according to digital currency platform provider Coinify.
Around the world, central banks are pondering a technology that will provide one of the biggest changes to the world of banking in decades: central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).
Lazarus Group, a hacking organisation that has been linked to North Korea, has been attributed to global cyberattack campaign targeting companies in the cryptocurrency space.
The US presidential election, combined with the currently weak US dollar, will serve as a key driver of the price of Bitcoin for the rest of 2020, an expert has said.
The Bank of England will consider the potential of a digital currency in a key meeting of central banks being held tomorrow.
Digital securities company Akemona has become the first company to be regulated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a smart contract-based funding portal built on blockchain technology.
The Cannabinoid Association of the Netherlands (CAN), a consortium of Dutch CBD producers, launched a new web tool harnessing blockchain technology.
A US manufacturer has adopted blockchain technology to underpin the personal protective equipment (PPE) supply chain and ensure full traceability of medical-grade face masks and other items.
Swiss open-source financial information platform Decentralised Information Asset (DIA) is launching a Wikipedia-style platform built on the blockchain, which is designed to become the go-to source for financial markets data.
The price of Bitcoin passed $11,000 on Monday, the highest it has reached in almost a year, and according to experts, there are more gains to come.
First they came for Elon Musk, then they came for Bill Gates.
Evertas, an insurtech startup that claims the be the first in the world focusing purely on insuring cryptoassets and related blockchain technologies, has announced that it has raised $2.8m in a seed funding round.
Rumours that PayPal could roll out a Bitcoin service to its 325 million active users "add to the credibility of Bitcoin".
US President Donald Trump has been slammed as being out of touch on Bitcoin and the wider world of cryptocurrencies by Nigel Green, the CEO and founder of deVere Group, a leading financial advisory firm.
The Bank of England has been issued with a proposal for a blockchain operating system in response to a consultation it published exploring the potential launch of a state digital currency.
Kovet.Art combines an incubator that provides new artists with representation, a real and virtual gallery for art enthusiasts and collectors and an artistic community.
OK Group, a key blockchain company and operator of the OKCoin cryptocurrency exchange, has announced the launch of what it calls a “blockchain talent development scheme”, focusing on building skills and growing jobs in the Chinese blockchain industry.
At least $18m in cryptocurrency has been exposed to theft in exchanges with extremely poor cybersecurity, making it possible with anyone with only modest technical skills to steal or change balances, according to a report published today by CyberNews.
Lolli, a startup that rewards people with bitcoin when they shop online, has raised $3m in a second seed funding round.
Today is a significant day in the history of cryptocurrency: the bitcoin halving.
The Libra Association, the group overseeing Facebook’s digital currency project, has appointed HSBC’s chief legal officer Stuart Levey as its chief executive officer.
As the initial market panic that followed coronavirus around the world begins to clear, investors are starting to look forward towards the challenges that lie ahead.
A number of potential use cases for blockchain have emerged which could help healthcare providers and industries cope with the impacts of Covid-19.
For many companies, the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic and the resulting need for remote working has caused serious upheaval.
Although it has its roots in the financial services sector, the influence of blockchain technology has quickly expanded into a wider pool of sectors over the last two years or so – from retail and manufacturing to media and healthcare.