Nobuaki Kobayashi, the civil rehabilitation and bankruptcy trustee of the now defunct bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has announced a set of measures aiming to secure the interests of bankruptcy creditors, including the sale of large amounts of cryptocurrency for fiat money.
A cryptography technology known as ZK-SNARKs could be used to help scale Ethereum, Vitalik Buterin, the founder of the platform suggested recently on a research forum.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has once again delayed its decision on VanEck/Solid X backed exchange-traded fund (ETF).
U.S.-based bitcoin exchange Kraken has announced a major expansion to its OTC trading platform which will enhance the execution of large block trades for clients worldwide.
Commercial version of Ripple’s payment platform xRapid could launched “in the next month or so,” Head of regulatory relations for Asia-Pacific and the Middle East at Ripple Sagar Sarbhai told CNBC on Monday, September 17.
Institutional-grade crypto trading platform Caspian has announced today it raised US$16million in a pre-sale of its CSP token. Accompanying this is the announcement that the platform is now live and no longer in beta testing.
Instant cryptocurrency exchange platform Changelly has today officially announced that Konstantin Gladych steps down as the company’s Chief Executive Officer with Ilya Bere succeeding him in this role.
New York-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini is set to add Litecoin (LTC) trading pairs. The announcement came during the Litecoin Summit in San Francisco, and according to the Litecoin Foundation, LTC will be listed for trading on Gemini on October 13.
The Supreme Court in Greece has ruled on Friday that the alleged owner of the now defunct Bitcoin exchange BTC-e Alexander Vinnik can be extradited to Russia, instead of the US or France, countries which also requested the his extradition.
Crypto security startup BitGo has today received green light from the South Dakota Division of Banking to act as a qualified custodian for digital assets, meaning it can now offer institutional clients a regulated storage solution for cryptocurrencies.
According to a newly released report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) and Bain & Company, distributed ledger technologies (DLT) could add as much as $1 trillion to global trade finance over the next ten years.
After dropping to its lowest level in terms of total market cap, the cryptocurrency market is on the rebound on Thursday, September 13, with reports that one of U.S. largest banking institutions, Morgan Stanley, is considering launching Bitcoin trading services for its clients being the one of the major driving forces.