The developers behind the recently released privacy-oriented cryptocurrency Beam announced on Wednesday that a “critical vulnerability” has been spotted in its wallet software.
The blockchain-based service was developed in an effort to expedite the facilitation of remittances between Pakistan and Malaysia, allowing real-time money transfers while eliminating the costs levied by intermediaries.
The Ministry of Finance in Thailand has approved the digital asset business licenses of four cryptocurrency exchanges in the country.
Linzhi’s statement says: “Today we are calling upon the ethereum developers to publish rules and requirements for what constitutes a good ProgPoW ASIC maker.”
The crypto exchange confirmed that it has experienced the 51 percent attack and identified three addresses, which are linked to the attacker.
Bisq’s decentralized crypto exchange platform also enables customers to trade Bitcoins in exchange for fiat currencies and other digital assets.
EOS project’s sister chain GOLD.io is working on developing a decentralized exchange (DEX) in an effort to provide a smooth inter-blockchain communication and eliminate prevailing market inefficiencies.
Canaan, one of the largest makers of bitcoin mining chips and devices based in China, is considering an initial public offering (IPO) in the U.S.
Four investors allege they have lost about HK$20,000 to HK$1 million (roughly $2,552 to $127,641).
Crypto exchange Kraken has stated that the subpoenas issued by the United States government are starting to become “barrier to entry” in the country.
Roger Ver-backed cryptocurrency exchange is reportedly set to provide physical Bitcoin futures contracts in Asia next month.
Power Ledger's community and marketing manager Aimie Rigas sets the record straight regarding certain inaccuracies and misconceptions reported by the Australian Financial Review on December 27.
Ledger crypto wallet has gone mobile as it showcased the new Bluetooth-enabled Nano X device on Sunday during the yearly Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Thailand’s National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (Nectec) announced its plans of developing a voting platform that is powered by blockchain technology.
The blockchain-powered platform is established to enhance trade finance activities, manage financial risks, and make China banking industry ahead of the developing industry.