A municipal utility provider in New York got the green light from state regulators to create a new set of electricity rates for cryptocurrency miners.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee will host a crypto hearing focused on its use as a form of money next week.
A South Korean government-funded organization has submitted a blockchain-related patent application to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Tether, the company behind the dollar-tied USDT, has hired a chief compliance officer from the eighth-largest bank in North America.
In a report by an advisory firm on initial coin offering (ICO) investments, data shows close to 80% of all ICOs in 2017 were scams.
Binance is reportedly among a number of investors backing a decentralized, blockchain-based bank to be launched in Malta.
Fujitsu has launched a new blockchain consultancy service it claims will deliver a minimum viable product in just five days.
U.S.-based mobile stock trading app Robinhood has added two new cryptocurrencies to its trading service.
Wallet and custody startup Ledger is ramping up the number of cryptocurrencies it supports to meet demand from institutional investors.
The Australian retail bank has revised its loan agreements to prohibit borrowers from using mortgages to purchase cryptocurrency.