Facebook is searching for talents, Bitmain closes its Israeli branch, Jeremy Henrickson leaves Coinbase, Gemini launches a mobile wallet for crypto traders, Opera adds a crypto wallet to its Android browser, Basis shuts down, the number of crypto users increases, Ethereum software client has published a new code, Ethereum-based Geth software releases update, UAE Exchange partners with Ripple, Revolut obtains a banking license
The upgraded Opera browser is now available to the public. The Android web browser is designed to interact with the decentralized web (Web 3.0) and is outfitted with a wallet for storing ERC-20 tokens and crypto collectibles (ERC-721)
Goldman Sachs has no plans to halt its crypto trading desk, crypto isn’t a good form of money for terrorists, and many other interesting news in this weekend’s digest.
Disputes of redditors this week rustled around the BCH and community rules. Once again they remembered Opera with its Cryptocurrency wallet and tried to understand the words of Vitalik Buterin.
The ETF is delayed again, IBM launches global logistics blockchain, Microsoft launches a new corporate blockchain service, and Charlie Lee announces a Litecoin service that allows paying via Telegram — all in this weekly digest.
Young millionaire plans to open crypto bank in Australia, Opera launches its crypto wallet, the UK warns about 'clone' firms, Coinbase announcements
Ranked one of the best internet browsers with over 332 million users across the globe, Opera browser’s desktop version is now integrated to their cryptowallet that was initially usable only on their mobile application.
A new web browser with crypto wallet, a new blockchain-powered phone, extreme centralization of Bcash, many bullish and bearish predictions and new regulations — all in today's weekly digest