A video-on-demand service that shares ad revenues with viewers and creators has raised more than half a billion bucks in a private token sale.
When it came to crypto, the focus was on retail investors – not only on protecting them but also on giving them a chance – during CB Insights’ event.
Tether has finally produced a third-party report proclaiming that its cryptocurrency, USDT, is fully backed by U.S. dollars – with some big caveats.
Seven EOS accounts were frozen to prevent token theft. But does this seemingly moral decision spell havoc for the broader crypto market?
The man in charge of China’s quest to research and deploy distributed ledgers outlines his view on the breakthroughs of bitcoin and potential of DLT.
While the thought may disappoint cypherpunks, the first step of a transition toward a true “money of the people” will be implemented by central banks.
Blockstream researcher Andrew Poelstra’s efforts to create a more private bitcoin aren’t about extremes, but about protecting the everyman.
The seemingly banal enterprise applications for blockchain we’re seeing, like food traceability, are actually a big deal and worth celebrating.
To most banks in the U.S., cryptocurrency businesses are pariahs. To Metropolitan Commercial Bank in New York, they’re “pioneers.”
Digital identity is scattered and insecure. ConsenSys’ uPort project wants to rework the internet to make “self-sovereign identity” a reality.
The EOS blockchain went live this week, sparking debate and commentary from cryptocurrency’s avid social media users.
Token swaps are becoming common, but what do they mean for users and investors? CoinDesk explores the evolving art of blockchain migrations.
A developer meeting Friday saw ethereum’s developers discuss a proposal that would see two of its most anticipated upgrades update together.
CoinDesk compiles the best comments from crypto Twitter’s reaction to the news ether, ethereum’s cryptocurrency, might not be a security.
The crypto industry is buzzing about NFTs, non-fungible tokens, because it’s clear CryptoKitties and its clones just might make the tech mainstream.