A form of blackmail in which sexual information or images are used to extort Bitcoin from victims has so far amassed over $332,000 in digital assets from more than 3,100 crypto addresses.
A recent tweet posted last week purporting that the development team behind Bitcoin is allegedly working on increasing the supply has since sparked a Twitter war, with Bitcoin Core developer Wladimir van der Laan vehemently controverting the allegations.
Ernst & Young, the court-appointed monitor of the now-defunct Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, has taken over the exchange’s remaining digital assets, according to the accounting firm's latest monitoring report.
Following last week’s publication of Bitwise Asset Management’s Bitcoin ETF proposal with NYSE Arca, on Wednesday, VanEck/SolidX has also resubmitted its Bitcoin ETF application with Cboe BZX Exchange, marking the 45-day provision for the securities regulator to evaluate and decide whether or not to approve the applications.
The countdown begins for the Securities and Exchange Commission’s decision on the CBOE-VanEck Bitcoin ETF.
Twitter users can now send small bitcoin transactions to support favorite tweets.
Schnorr signature, a code modification anticipated by many in the crypto community to be one of Bitcoin’s biggest upgrade, has moved one step closer from conceptual to real after Blockstream’s latest release of a new test code called “MuSig.”
As the late Cotten previously claimed, the funds held by QuadrigaCX were apparently once stored in offline paper wallets kept in “our bank’s vault in a safety deposit box,” stressing that it was the “best way to keep the coins secure.”
Coinbase is now allowing users to withdraw bitcoin Satoshi vision (BSV).
The removal of the ETF application from the regulator’s list was “at the request of the Staff of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. No securities have been sold in connection with the offering of the Fund.”
Nasdaq is adding bitcoin and ethereum indices to its global data service before the month ends.
Since December 2013, the number of locations across the globe that have accepted Bitcoin has seen a 702% surge.
Bitwise CEO thinks the Securities and Exchange Commission taking time to approve Bitcoin ETF makes “perfect sense.”
Canada-based crypto exchange QuadrigaCX lost another $500,000 CAD by mistake last week.
It is only “logical” for large-scale macro funds to have at least 1% investment in Bitcoin, according to former Goldman Sachs partner and TSX-listed Galaxy Digital founder Mike Novogratz.