Cryptocurrency (137)

Terror Cells Exploit Anonymity of Blockchain, Using Crypto: Stalinsky

Steven Stalinsky, the executive director of the Middle East Media Research Institute, said terrorists are exploiting the anonymity of blockchain and using cryptocurrency to fundraise and finance their activates. So reports The Washington Post.


Cryptocurrency Exchange Heads to Space

Supreme Global Holdings launched SupremeCrypX as part of an initiative to give people without the internet the ability to mine cryptocurrencies. So reports News BTC.


Bi-partisan Bill Introduced to Help U.S. Compete in Crypto-economy

U.S. Reps. Warren Davidson and Darren Soto introduced legislation to clarify rules surrounding “the blockchain economy.” So reports The Journal News.


Facebook Rumored to Be Diving Into Digital Currency with ‘Stablecoin’

Facebook is rumored to be working on a using cryptocurrency for some of its payments, apparently focusing on small transactions in India. So reports CNBC.


Teens Pining After Fortnite Currency Over Cash: Survey

Teenagers, for the first time ever, are asking for Fortnite's cryptocurrency “V-Bucks” more than cash, gas money or gift cards, according to the “Holiday 2018” consumer report from Piper Jaffray. So reports MarketWatch.


Acting AG Backed 'Time Travel' Cryptocurrency Pegged to Bitcoin

President Donald Trump’s acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, once served on an advisory board at World Patent Marketing, a firm that reportedly claimed to be working on a "theoretical time travel commodity." So reports The Next Web.


Bitcoin's Stability Coming to An End: Analysts

Cryptocurrency experts said Bitcoin’s sustained price stability is likely to come to an end. So reports The Independent.


Real Crypto Volume Much Higher Than Reports: Changpeng Zhao

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said despite downward movement in the cryptocurrency market, the company, and market in general, are still in good shape. So reports CCN.


Blockchain Airdropping $125M Worth of Lumens to 30M Users

Blockchain is giving away $125 million worth of Stellar Lumens coins to 30 million users across 140 countries. So reports CoinCentral.


Japan Regulators Grant Crypto Industry Self-regulatory Powers

Japan’s Financial Services Agency has given the country's crypto industry the power to regulate itself. So reports the MIT Technology Review.


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