A defendant in California has been allowed by the US Federal Court to pay his bail fees in the form of Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency.
The second quarter of 2018 has seen 58,000 attempts to visit phishing websites pretending to be crypto wallets and markets blocked by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky.
South Korea has announced it will invest 5 trillion won ($4.4 billion) in its ‘Growth Through Innovation’ scheme, involving eight projects being rolled out across the country.
Sixty out of 100 of cryptocurrencies with top market share have not yet released a working product, according to new research from analysis firm Invest in Blockchain.
Bitcoin is the biggest disruption of this generation, said Pantera Capital CEO and chief investment officer Dan Morehead in a conference call this week.
It will take time for Wall Street to significantly impact the cryptocurrency market, said Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss in a recent interview.
The South Korean company reported to have found $130 billion in gold after investigating the wreckage of Russian cruiser Dmitrii Donskoi appears to have been a hoax, as police in the country begin investigating the case as a possible cryptocurrency scam.
The recent price collapse of cryptocurrencies across the board does not mean future growth is impossible, Ethereum co-founder and ConsenSys CEO Joseph Lubin has said.
Crytocurrency trading is officially illegal in Saudi Arabia, after the government issued a statement this week detailing its high risk and unregulated nature.
The US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has revealed it receives more than 1,500 reports of suspicious activity related to crypto each month.
India’s government may allow customers to pay for metro cards and airline tickets with crypto tokens, despite the existing ban on decentralised cryptocurrencies in the country.