The NEM Foundation is mapping out its survival plans in real time after a funding injection of roughly $8 million last month.
The German Ministry of Finance has recommended that the country recognize and regulate blockchain securities.
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has pushed back on the Digital Chamber of Commerce’s “national action plan” for blockchain.
There’s an official blockchain and cryptocurrency track at SXSW this year. Here are the events that stand out.
The creator of the world’s second largest blockchain proposed today on Twitter a new norm for the ecosystem – a flat wallet fee of 1 gwei.
Konstantin Ignatov, one of the heads of the infamous OneCoin pyramid scheme, has been arrested on wire fraud charges.
The Commerce Committee of the U.S. state of Connecticut has filed a new bill that would authorize the commercial use of blockchain smart contracts.
Online banking group Swissquote is launching a custody service that will see crypto keys stored in an ex-military bunker.
Facebook’s careers website now lists 20 open positions related to blockchain technology in a wide range of areas.
A U.N. Security Council panel has linked North Korea to millions lost in cryptocurrency hacks, Nikkei Asian Review reports.