Latest Cryptocurrency news
The current bear market ‘is by no means the funeral for bitcoin’ says crypto investor
Mobilum will soon launch an ICO (initial coin offering) in support of its payment processing platform which ‘connects fiat currency and cryptocurrency in real-time’.
Trustee of defunct crypto exchange no longer needs to sell BTC holdings to reimburse creditors
The company is working with other crypto exchanges to recover stolen funds
The most popular Ripple-trading platform ordered to improve its business
Software specialist, StreamPay has announced it will be launching a presale on June 30th ahead of its main ICO in September.
Japan’s financial watchdog issues business improvement orders to six exchanges
TaTaTu, a blockchain-based, incentivized video streaming platform, just raised an impressive $530 million during its ICO (initial coin offering) pre-sale.
The coin outperforms major crypto rivals despite frequent price fluctuations on Thursday
Users of the platform will be able to track the performance of Huobi’s most traded crypto assets
The digital coin unable to gain momentum amid thin trading volumes
US law firm states that Tether’s crypto assets are fully backed
US Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH) has called for a ‘light touch’ approach to ICO regulation during an interview with CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’.
AMO is preparing to launch an ICO (initial coin offering) on 30 June (concluding on July 7) in support of its car data blockchain infrastructure project, following a successful private sale.
The country’s Ministry of Science and Technology aims to identify the causes of the latest hack
UK firm Crypto Facilities to launch LTC futures on Friday
An ICO that seeks to raise $6.6 million will begin its token sale on June 28th.
The third-largest digital currency may have been affected by the hack, media reports suggest
Some $31 million worth of crypto stolen from South Korea’s largest crypto exchange
Anything App will on June 30 launch an ICO (initial coin offering) in support of its knowledge-sharing search engine which helps connect people who have questions with people who have answers because, in its own words, ‘sometimes it’s much easier to just talk to a person’.
John McAfee, the eccentric anti-virus mogul turned crypto enthusiast, has said he will no longer use his Twitter account to promote ICOs (initial coin offerings), ‘due to SEC [U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission] threats’.
Bitbank, BitFlyer and Quoine are reportedly among the exchanges that will be affected
The token set to migrate to its own mainnet starting later this week
The digital coin enjoys strong rebound after hitting intraday low on Monday