Facebook’s plan to launch its own cryptocurrency could see its founder Mark Zuckerberg bury the hatchet with two of his biggest enemies – the Winklevoss twins.
Fake cryptocurrency apps that scam users out of their digital currency and steal personal details have resurfaced on the Google Play Store.
Vintage and new wines have become the latest products to go on the blockchain thanks to a project between EY and company Blockchain Wine.
For all the hype that has come with cryptocurrencies in the past ten years, they have struggled to be used for what they were primarily designed for: buying things.
Businesses are now able to take out loans against their own Bitcoin or Ether cryptocurrency holdings thanks to a new lending solution being launched this month in the UK.
HTC’s announcement that its planned smartphone, the HTC Exodus 1s, will be able to act as a full node for the Bitcoin network has been hailed as a highly significant development for blockchain technology.
The UK city of Belfast is getting its own cryptocurrency, known as the Belfast Coin.
The theft of $41m in Bitcoin from Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, could have a significant damaging impact on the future growth of cryptocurrencies, according to experts.
Cryptocurrency investment is set to see a significant rise among high-net-worth individuals over the next three years, according to survey results published today.
The reported plans by Louis Vuitton owner LVMH to launch a major blockchain project will “set a new standard in the world of luxury” according to a newly published report by Certilogo.
Bitcoin is set to reach $6,000 shortly, according to the CEO of leading independent financial advisory organisation deVere Group, after climbing 4.3% in the last 24 hours.
Bitcoin consumes more energy annually than the entirety of Greece, Israel and Bangladesh.
Crypto trading rates have shown a marked increase across a number of measures between February and March as interest from institutions continues to grow.
A newly announced blockchain privacy platform is seeking to bring secure communications to the next level by not only offering end-to-end encryption but full protection of metadata.
Bitcoin is back, according to one financial expert, after a Bitcoin price rise on Tuesday saw the cryptocurrency hit its highest levels since last November.
Usechain, the world’s first mirror identity blockchain, hopes to become the first public blockchain to ensure privacy while maintaining regulatory compliance.
The health of the cryptocurrency industry is on the rise, as increased regulation has cracked down on shady Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and institutions continue to offer investment.
This week a Picasso painting worth an estimated $28m was found after going missing for 20 years.
The British blockchain industry is being encouraged to reject the UK’s adoption of EU law regulating cryptoassets as part of a bid to strengthen the country’s tech industry post-Brexit, dubbed Techxit.
An IPO application for Bitmain Technologies, the world leader in bitcoin mining rigs, on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) has lapsed, essentially shelving the company’s plans to go public.
Blockchain technology has potential benefits for swathes of industries, but there is an issue: scalability.
Canada is proposing a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency exchanges, which is being seen as a direct response to the loss of $137m in crypto assets in the ongoing QuadrigaCX scandal.
A UK startup called Breedr is changing the farming market, using smart contracts, blockchain and machine vision to improve breeding and slaughter decision-making.
Cold wallets, an offline piece of hardware designed to protect large amounts of cryptocurrency from being hacked, are considered best-practice among exchanges.
Increased mainstream support of the global cryptocurrency market is set to skyrocket its value to $6.7bn by 2025, according to a report by Transparency Market Research.
Two key players in the blockchain industry have agreed a partnership designed to make blockchain game development a reality.
Despite Bitcoin’s dramatic fall, which saw prices drop from $20,000 to $3,000 throughout 2018, UK consumers continue to invest in cryptocurrencies as a way to “get rich quick”, according to regulatory body the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Europeans are warier of cryptocurrency than those in emerging markets, with cryptocurrency volatility playing a major role in their scepticism.
Bitcoin processes seven transactions per second on average.
PwC has developed a ‘Smart Credentials’ platform that uses blockchain-powered digital certification, cutting out paper qualifications.