BTCC has announced that the oldest Bitcoin exchange in China will be indefinitely closing its mining pool beginning November 30.
Jack Dorsey’s Square has reportedly reached a market cap of $30 billion, surpassing Twitter.
Bitmain has announced that its new Antminer S15 and T15 machines will go on sale starting November 8.
Binance, the world’s largest digital currency exchange, has announced plans to support the upcoming hard fork of Bitcoin Cash, slated to be launched on November 15.
A survey conducted by blockchain research company Clovr indicated that over 60 percent of U.S. voters are in favor of legalizing cryptocurrency donations for federal elections.
A Bitcoin dealer in California has pled guilty in federal court over running an unlicensed money transmitting business which had amassed hundreds of thousands of dollars from over 1,000 customers.
In the wake of the arrest of the co-founder of Indian cryptocurrency exchange Unocoin over allegations of illegally operating a Bitcoin ATM, exchange CEO Sathvik Vishwanath provided a detailed account of his detainment.
The US SEC Commissioner attorney Kara Stein said that Bitcoin ETF applicants should focus on market surveillance, liquidity, and custody.
San Francisco-based mobile payment company Square is open-sourcing its enterprise offline Bitcoin wallet on Github.
According to the court order, Gelfman Blueprint Inc. (GBI) and its chief executive officer Nicholas Gelfman must pay a total of $2.5 million in penalties and restitution.
From first quarter’s 1,523, open interest for CME Bitcoin futures contracts has increased to 2,405 contracts in the second quarter. The third quarter has seen another rise with 2,873 contracts.
Indian Crypto asset blockchain company Unocoin has recently launched its first Bitcoin ATM in Bangalore, in an effort to improve crypto-to-fiat liquidity amid the country’s prevailing blanket ban.
The London-based crypto cloud mining firm will introduce Bitcoin to its list of altcoins beginning November 1.
The Chinese man, Xu Xinghu, has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of about $14,500.
With 970 million Pigeoncoins in circulation, the attacker has printed an amount equivalent to one-quarter of all publicly traded Pigeoncoins.