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The U.S. firm paid out a ransom of 414 bitcoin after its corporate files were locked up by the Ragnar Locker malware.
Crypto traders didn't have to be choosy to make money in July, when every digital asset in the CoinDesk 20 rose (except, of course, for the stablecoins).
Bitcoin investors look to have shrugged off Sunday’s sudden $1,400 price crash.
Madrid-based payment app and card issuer 2gether said it can only reimburse investors with its native tokens following Friday’s hack.
A game developed by Samson Mow's Pixelmatic has completed a $3.1 million private SAFT sale of tokens.
Neural Capital, a hedge fund that traded cryptocurrency assets, has quietly shuttered.
Twitter hack alleged ringleader Graham Clark, the subject of a previous criminal investigation, had bail set at $725,000 at his first court appearance Saturday.
U.S. authorities are trying to return $6.5 million in bitcoin and tether to the victims of an alleged Ponzi scheme.
The crypto exchange group is forming a new fund to invest tens of millions of dollars in the DeFi space.
Crypto businesses seeing strong growth across the 54-country continent are working hard to meet the FATF's anti-money laundering standards.
This week, bitcoin rallied past $11,000 and value in DeFi climbed toward $4 billion. But what's the point of crypto if regular markets are just as volatile?
A reading of Meltem Demirors new essay “Unintended Architecture” asks some key questions about intention setting for the future of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin's sudden price drop triggers long-squeeze across major exchanges.
From the size of a second round of stimulus to COVID-19 litigation to reshoring, last week previewed some key economic issues for the months to come.
Developers advise exchanges to pause ETC deposits and withdrawals.
Bitcoin miners earned $300 in revenue during July.
Over 76% of tokenized bitcoin have been minted by Wrapped Bitcoin.
“We accept 20 different cryptocurrencies for token purchases. The most popular ones are bitcoin, ethereum and litecoin,” Lara said.
Uniswap reported 41% of July’s decentralized exchange volume.
Ethereum has always struggled with explaining itself to the world. With DeFi, it's found not only a new avenue of development but of self-definition.