AMD partners seven major tech firms, Goldman Sach's scandal, Bitmain announces a new miner, Vitalik Buterin doesn't leave Ethereum, BTCC shuts down its mining pool, Chinese school mines ETH — all in this weekly news digest
GBV launches a $100M blockchain fund, Siemens invests $681M, Dapper Labs acquires $15M, Bitfury secures $80M, investors are defrauded of 6,9M HKD, FLiK is used to steal $5M, $300M to build crypto city, Grayscale releases its Q3 investment report, Morgan Stanley publishes its BTC report, crypto investor owes government $400K in taxes, Bitcoin Exchange Guide shows BTC traders mistakes, where institutional investors can invest in crypto
In an official notice ICE, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, says that daily bitcoin futures contracts will be available for trading on December 12 on the ICE-operated Bakkt platform announced earlier this year
Pantera Capital CEO thinks that Bitcoin ETF is years away, Tether and Bitfinex finally find a new bank, HTC releases its blockchain smartphone next week — in this weekly news digest
Bithumb is sold for $353M, White becomes Bakkt COO, China can 'kill' BTC, PBoC seeks blockchain specialists, Tron launches Poppy, Roubini criticizes BTC and blockchain, an easter egg in BTC code
Circle launches its own stablecoin, Bitmain files for an IPO, Ethereum is potentially able to scale without using Plasma or sharding. All these news — in our weekly digest
We picked up tweets where the industry influencers are talking about the recent news and global issues — from the final chord in the bug's story to news of the resignations
Earlier this month, the Intercontinental Exchange — the operator of 23 global leading exchanges including the New York Stock Exchange — announced Bakkt, a regulated ecosystem for digital assets. Kelly Loeffler, CEO of Bakkt, shares details about the upcoming platform.
Dan Morehead, CEO of Pantera Capital, calls for calm in light of the delayed SEC decision on Bitcoin ETF saying that investors are 'overreacting'.
A lot of food giants explore how to apply blockchain technology to their food supply chains.
Starbucks wants to be crystal clear: despite recent stories about their involvement in some sort of blockchain project, they are not going to be accepting bitcoin as a form of payment for coffee
ICE, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange and dozens other exchanges, launches Bakkt — a service for institutional investors
Ethereum gets human-readable addresses, Goldman Sachs predicts further downfall of Bitcoin, ICE launches the biggest crypto service ever existed, crypto is one step closer to legalization in Thailand — all in this weekend digest