The cryptocurrency market flashed green Wednesday following a major downturn.
Coinbase is advancing its push into developing a secure digital identity platform by acquiring San Francisco-based startup Distributed Systems.
Michael Terpin is suing AT&T, claiming the company’s failure to protect his cellphone data led to hackers stealing $24 million in cryptocurrencies.
The legal woes of biotech company-turned-crypto miner Riot Blockchain don’t appear to be slowing down.
The American Association of Insurance Services is turning to IBM Blockchain to support a new automated insurance reporting tool.
Almost a third of U.K. businesses said they had been hit by cryptocurrency mining malware within the previous month, according to new research.
Several blockchain associations in South Korea are pushing back against a government proposal they fear will stifle industry innovation.
Bitcoin looks to have fought off recent bear attacks that saw prices landing just above the yearly low of $5,755.
Lu Qi, the head of Y Combinator’s new China division, believes blockchain has great potential for entrepreneurship in the long run.
Prime Trust, a Nevada trust company, says it can handle custody for bitcoin, ether and any token issued on ethereum under the ERC-20 standard.