NEO opens up NEO3 Preview1 build, a pilot to the NEO3 network.
The CBOE has withdrawn its application for the VanEck/SolidX Bitcoin ETF one month before the SEC’s deadline.
Japanese messaging giant Line launches its crypto trading platform Bitmax.
German must reject “parallel currencies” like Facebook’s Libra Coin, says German finance minister.
Iota introduces Chronicle, which allows node owners to store data for indefinite timeframes.
Ripple-backed Coil, Mozilla and Creative Commons are jointly donating $100 million for a program aimed at monetizing web content.
The price of Bitcoin stalls at $10,200, while altcoins continue explosive bull run.
Employment platform for freelancers receives developer grant from MakerDAO to integrate DAI payments.
Huobi officially launches Huobi Argentina, with plans to set up a fiat-to-cryptocurrency gateway.
While Hedera continues to attract major companies to its governing council, the Hashgraph’s performance is being questioned.
Binance will launch lending for Monero, Zcash and Dash within its fifth phase of service, starting Sept. 20.
Coinbase vice president Dorothy D. DeWitt will now serve as director of the division of market oversight at the U. S. CFTC.
Lithuanian convenience stores Narvesen and Lithuanian Press kiosks to sell Bitcoin.
Australian law enforcement has uncovered a gang allegedly involved in laundering millions of dollars through crypto.
Emotions are the enemy of every Bitcoin and cryptocurrency trader.
Financial services company Wells Fargo & Company is planning to pilot a DLT-based internal settlement service in 2020.
Billionaire businessman Steve Schwarzman likes blockchain but says that applying it to money creation is odd.
Dutch green fabrics firm Waste2Wear launches the world’s first collection of fabrics made from ocean plastics traceable via blockchain.
Big Four auditing firm Deloitte allows its staff to pay for food using a mobile Bitcoin wallet.
Only Ethereum inspiring traders as Bitcoin price stays flat.