It’s been a day of major losses so far across the cryptocurrency markets, with the top 20 all in the red and a big chunk knocked off the total value.
Metropolitan Bank released a statement stating that it had a “long-standing policy” barring crypto-related wire transfers outside the U.S.
The Dallas Mavericks will begin accepting cryptocurrency payments during their next season, according to owner and investor Mark Cuban.
Ripple’s XRP token fell to a 2.5-week low today, and is looking at a more or less sideways movement in the short-term, chart analysis suggests.
The French minister of the economy has announced the creation of a working group to develop cryptocurrency regulations.
Cypherium, which provides a blockchain infrastructure, is partnering with research group IC3 to work on scaling solutions.
Global shipping giant Maersk is spinning off its blockchain work with IBM in an effort to foster collaboration between competitors.
Amid negative news flow, Bitcoin is taking a hit today and touching 3.5 week lows at the time of writing.
The United Nations Children’s Fund is seeking to invest in early stage blockchain startups with the potential to help people across the globe.
The vice governor of China’s central bank is reportedly seeking a wider ban on services related to cryptocurrency trading in the country.