Latest Cryptocurrency news
The original cryptocurrency remains stable in Tuesday’s morning session
Digital currencies enjoy a strong uptick after a relatively quiet morning session
A new ICO that puts both artists and fans on centre stage with its new platform will launch its ICO in August.
BTCC unveils a plan for token issuance
The third-largest crypto cools down after rebound from fresh 2018 lows
The original cryptocurrency rises to one-week high above $6,400 on Saturday
GSR Capital, a Hong Kong-based venture capital firm has revealed its plans to invest $160 million into tZero, a security token exchange backed by ecommerce company Overstock.
Virtual Universe will on July 1 launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering), following a successful marketing campaign, in support of its innovative blockchain-based gaming platform, social network, and ecosystem; the token sale will conclude on September 30.
The company makes its first attempt to expand in underbanked country
Japanese messaging app LINE to launch crypto exchange next month
Digital currency drops below the June 24 low, struggles to defend $0.43 level
A social entertainment platform has its sights set on raising $50 million in its upcoming ICO.
The original cryptocurrency posts its lowest close in eight months
Crypto trading, ICOs and other crypto activities should be “put under relevant financial regulatory frameworks”, according to a research paper
Bitcoin, Ether and XRP among the coins stolen during the June 20 hack
A Florida district court has published an analysis explaining how a crypto token is a security.
The digital coin continues to struggle amid thin trading volumes
Trippki will on July 2 launch the main round of its ICO (initial coin offering), having completed a successful pre-sale which will conclude on July 1; the token sale will conclude on August 2 unless the hard cap of 27,500 ETH (approx. £9.1 million) is met before then.
The Bitcoin dominance’s rise to 10-week high points to risk aversion
Ontario-based Bithemoth will on June 30 launch an ICO (initial coin offering) in support of its cryptocurrency exchange, which bills itself as an ‘all-in-one Blockchain Asset Solution’.
Facebook has eased up on its clampdown on crypto advertisements after banning all ICO and crypto related ads back in January.
Only 5% of market infrastructure providers have deployed distributed ledger technology
The social giant revises policy to allow some firms to get their ads on the platform, but will continue to prohibit ICO advertising
Cryptocurrency recovery stalls, with most digital coins suffering heavy losses