Ledger Vault now offers a crime insurance policy, developed in collaboration with Marsh and Arch Insurance Limited, that covers digital assets.
U. S. taxpayers have never been authorized to postpone paying tax using the like-kind exchange principle, an IRS official says.
Coinbase, Kingdom Trust and Regal Assets have jointly begun offering cryptocurrency IRA and 401(K) accounts in the U. S.
Samsung SDS’ enterprise blockchain platform Nexledger will use QEDIT’s zero-knowledge proof privacy solution.
The Iranian government will pay out bounties to citizens who expose illicit cryptocurrency mining operations, according to the Energy Ministry.
Power Ledger and BSES Rajdhani Power Limited, a major Indian power utility, have jointly conducted a P2P renewable power trading trial in the country.
OKEx has launched a Bitcoin futures contract margined with the Tether stablecoin.
Coinbase’s Visa debit card added 5 new cryptos including XRP in addition to expanding support to 10 more countries in Europe.
Bitcoin price still far from reversal to challenge $9K resistance.
Softbank-backed Chinese blockchain company OneConnect has applied for an IPO with the U. S. SEC.
The blockchain industry generally lacks best practices, and people are increasingly skeptical of purported value.
Cryptocurrency is just one blockchain use case among many.
Bitcoin at risk of losing censorship resistance if it doesn’t implement anonymizing features like Zcash or Monero, says author.
“Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself” meme becomes a cryptocurrency.
While much of the crypto community isn’t concerned about quantum computing, Elixxir President Jim Dolbear thinks it is a real threat.
‘Take your money off the exchanges,’ says this blockchain venture capital firm founder.
Pornhub may need more than Verge after PayPal block.
Financial markets advocacy group AFME says Europe must establish a common approach to regulating crypto assets if it wishes to stay ahead of the game.
Crypto. com co-founder and CEO Kris Marszalek wants everyone to have a crypto-enabled VISA card.
Fed stays soft on “consequences” of $23 trillion debt.