Italian photographer Claudio Cerasoli visited Alpine Tech's headquarters in Gondo last year to document the convergence between the town's old mining history and the company's digital mining operations.
Chinese crypto miners have reportedly reached out to Iranian authorities for permission to setup crypto mining operations in the country.
Anchorage, a firm offering crypto custody services for institutional investors, has just secured $40 million in a Series B funding round.
Samsung quietly introduced access to what they’re calling Samsung Blockchain that “helps developers to manage blockchain accounts easily.”
Marlin Protocol, a startup working to increase blockchain speeds, has reeled in a $3 million seed round.
Brian McNulty, who exited R3 in January, has announced FundAdminChain (FAC), a Corda-based blockchain that aims to consolidate data from distributors, custodians, and other intermediaries involved in the fund-buying and selling process on a distributed ledger.
Bitmarket, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Poland, has ceased operations without any notice.
The state’s Lieutenant Governor, Dan Forest, has created a new initiative tasked with studying blockchain’s unique attributes and use cases.
It takes Klaytn only one second to mine a block, whereas it takes ethereum around 15 seconds, said Klaytn developer and Kakao subsidiary Ground X.
The collaboration’s ultimate goal is to ensure scalability without affecting decentralization.
The wallet service’s founder, Thomas Voegtlin, said that Electrum’s lightning network implementation is now close to an official release.
The new diamond-encrusted Ledger Nano S allows you to store digital assets in style.
A group of financial institutions based in Australia has teamed up with tech giant IBM and shopping center operator Scentre Group for a platform that records retail lease bank guarantees on a private blockchain.
Fujitsu claimed that their new ID tech can gauge the trustworthiness of the other party’s credentials by evaluating both parties involved in a transaction and reviewing their past dealings with each other as well as with others.
Brazil’s fifth-biggest bank, BTG Pactual, considers using the Tezos blockchain for security offering possibly worth $1 billion.