Russian President Vladimir Putin said cryptocurrencies carry high risks as the government moves toward new regulations.
The University of Melbourne is testing a new system for storing academic credential information on a blockchain.
The UAE’s Abu Dhabi has released new guidelines for those looking to organize or participate in an initial coin offering (ICO).
The ether-US dollar exchange may be primed for a move a week before ethereum’s upcoming Byzantium hard fork.
Dozens of startups are now working with blockchain in Singapore, according to an official for the city-state’s de facto central bank.
The recent trend of websites installing cryptocurrency miners to harness visitors’ processing power has taken a more positive twist, a report says.
Ripple has added nine new members to cross-border payment solution RippleNet, bringing the number of clients over 100.
Inside Japan’s largest energy firm, one man is looking to blockchain to decrease the country’s reliance on nuclear – and prevent another disaster.
An official from Russia’s central bank has said his institution will back efforts to block access to websites selling cryptocurrencies in the country.
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