Nail in the Coffin? Shifts Hash to Bitcoin Cash ABC to ‘End Chaos’

Significant cryptocurrency mining outfit has begun mining bitcoin cash on the blockchain supported by Bitcoin ABC (BCHABC), potentially putting another nail in the coffin of the minority Bitcoin SV (BSV) chain. Including its BTC operation, the pool has more… Continue Reading →

Fake News: Nvidia Stock Didn’t Drop Due to Crypto Bear Market

The market cap of Nvidia has dropped by more than $23 billion, and analysts were quick to claim that the overnight plunge in the firm’s stock price was caused by an overall drop in demand for crypto. Susquehanna Financial Group… Continue Reading →

Google Boots Four Malicious Crypto Apps from Play Store

Despite attempts to weed out fake cryptocurrency apps on the Android marketplace, the war is far from being won. Cybersecurity researcher Lukas Stefanko recently came across four fake crypto apps in the Google Play Store that impersonated Ethereum wallet MetaMask,… Continue Reading →

KPMG: Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are Not Store of Value [Yet]

It will take a long time for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to attain the status of a store-of-value asset, said KPMG in its latest crypto study. The Big Four firm’s “Institutionalization of Cryptoassets” report asserted that assets like bitcoin could neither… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin Opinion: A Cycle Coming To An End

If you follow cryptocurrencies for a while you start finding weird and interesting patterns, scattered around a variety of technical data. It may not seem like much, but sometimes looking away from price into other statistics can give you a… Continue Reading →

Christie’s Records $318 Million Art Sale on a Blockchain

A new milestone in blockchain adoption has been set with the successful recording of a record-breaking art sale on a blockchain. On November 13, the Barney A. Ebsworth Collection sale at the famous Christie’s auction house in New York raised… Continue Reading →

Thailand’s Main Opposition Party Holds Primary Election on Blockchain

Thailand’s Democrat Party, the country’s main opposition party has become the first major political party in the world to carry out primary elections entirely on a blockchain. Using a live e-voting system powered by the Zcoin blockchain, the party successfully… Continue Reading →

Analyst: Bitcoin Will Likely Reach Bottom in Q2 of 2019, Bearish Short-Term

According to Willy Woo, a prominent cryptocurrency analyst and researcher, Bitcoin is expected to bottom out in the second quarter of 2019. Throughout the past three months, since August, Bitcoin has remained in a tight range from $6,200 to $6,800,… Continue Reading →

Ripple Surges 8% as Crypto Market Adds $4 Billion, Can Bitcoin Recover?

Over the last 24 hours, Ripple (XRP) has surged by more than 8 percent to $0.51, as the valuation of the crypto market increased by $4 billion from $181 billion to $185 billion. On November 15, the valuation of the… Continue Reading →

Singaporean Crypto Exchange KuCoin Raises $20 Million Series A

Singaporean crypto trading platform KuCoin has announced the successful conclusion of a $20 million Series A funding round led by IDG Capital, Matrix Partners and Neo Global Capital. According to a statement released on November 14, the investment in KuCoin,… Continue Reading →

World’s First Crypto ETP Gets Green Light in Switzerland

The SIX Swiss Exchange has given the go-ahead to an exchange-traded product tracking multiple cryptocurrencies, according to a Financial Times report. The Swiss regulators have raced ahead of the U.S., by agreeing to greenlight the Amun Crypto Exchange Traded Product (ETP)…. Continue Reading →

Aussie Crypto Startup Power Ledger Brings P2P Energy Trading to Largest US Market

News today sees notable blockchain project Power Ledger launching its peer-to-peer trading product for renewable energy. Power Ledger will launch with American PowerNet at their home base in Pennsylvania. Power Ledger Power Ledger is a blockchain-based solution for renewable and… Continue Reading →

9 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Buy with Bitcoin

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Lawyer: Phase Two of SEC’s Enforcement is Slow, Painful Grind For Crypto

According to Kobre & Kim government enforcement defense and securities litigation attorney Jake Chervinsky, the second phase of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s enforcement on crypto is a painful and slow grind for the sector. Earlier this week,… Continue Reading →

Monero: Unsung Crypto Developer Wins Prestigious Award

Professor Joseph Liu received an award at the end of October 2018 from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) recognising his recent achievements with the title “ICT Researcher of the Year.” Liu is the creator and development leader of the ring… Continue Reading →

Crypto’s Too Expensive? Binance Sent $600 Million in Bitcoin for Just $7

Crypto exchange Binance has been moving bitcoin funds to cold storage the past couple of days, and, of course, such large transfers don’t go unnoticed. Two transactions destined for Binance’s cold wallet come to the fore and demonstrate both the… Continue Reading →

Litecoin’s Franklyn Richards Says Cryptocurrency Will Be Institutionalized — And That’s OK

Everyone’s heard of Litecoin. Not to mention its charismatic creator Charlie Lee who sold all his LTC at the end of last year. A surprise move. Yet one that was meant to remove any conflict of interest between his active… Continue Reading →

New York: DFS Grants BitLicense to Crypto Custodian

The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has issued a BitLicense to NYDIG Execution LLC, a subsidiary of New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG LLC). In a statement published this week, the regulator revealed that the crypto custodian had been granted… Continue Reading →

$50 Million ICO Lands Crypto Lender SALT in Hot Water with SEC: WSJ

SALT Lending, a cryptocurrency loan provider who raised tens of millions of dollars during through an initial coin offering (ICO) with support from crypto pioneer Erik Voorhees, has become the latest blockchain firm to attract the attention of US securities… Continue Reading →

Hash Wars: Calvin Ayre & CoinGeek Refuse to Concede Defeat in Bitcoin Cash Fork Fight

Shots were fired Thursday afternoon, as CCN received a press release from Calvin Ayre’s CoinGeek which contained some interesting words that are sure to heat up the discussion around the chainsplit and intentional hard fork in Bitcoin Cash. One of… Continue Reading →

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