Canaan sues over patent infringement also, PayTM considers crypto services
Blockdata co-founder Jonathan Knegtel thinks so. Almost a teenager, Bitcoin is reaching a level of maturity that’s defying the predictions of its critics.
Canaan is seeking $14 million in alleged losses from Shenzhen HighSharp Electronic Technology and Sichuan Yinbimei Technology.
DBS Bank — Southeast Asia’s largest lender — intends to scale its crypto exchange as it invests in blockchain and wants to be nimble to adapt to how DeFi evolves.
Ant Group and Tencent recently rebranded NFT projects as digital collectibles amid China state media criticism.
Facebook, now called Meta, is casting off one of the world’s most famous names to retool itself into a metaverse company. Will its $10 billion bet pay off?
Recent developments indicate the government is looking to regulate the sector instead of quashing it, and industry experts remain optimistic.
Top blockchain and crypto news: Is Tesla’s turbocharge a boost for Bitcoin? Mastercard’s Bakkt with a new crypto deal. Chinese NFTs on knife-edge.
New virtual worlds are full of opportunities, writes Sandra Helou of Zilliqa. But what if real-world problems get magnified in the metaverse?
The Singapore government-incubated blockchain platform promises to dramatically speed up transactions and lower the cost of international trade.
Tech giants banish non-fungible token references as Beijing looks down new virtual asset market.
The nation’s elections commission wants to upgrade its voting technology to improve voter turnout and public trust. Does blockchain check the boxes?
Proshares files for exemption meanwhile Shiba Inu hits all-time high
A lawmaker claims authorities gave the country’s largest crypto exchange privilege in meeting government requirements.
Top blockchain and cryptocurrency news: Bitcoin grows up. Facebook’s metaverse journey. China’s crypto investors find a workaround.
Some are registering companies overseas, via — you guessed it — Taobao vendors.
But Ripple says its 5,000 pages of requests for admission to SEC are reasonable and could cut down on trial time.
Coinbase and Binance move to diversify meanwhile Stablecoins under scrutiny
As non-crypto players like Twitter and PayPal take up digital assets, Coinbase, Binance and others look for ways to expand offerings.
Tether fires back while Easy Crypto closes Series A funding round
A US court has denied XRP holders’ bid to join the SEC v. Ripple lawsuit as third-party defendants, but XRP advocates say being ‘amici curiae’ is still a win.
Top blockchain and crypto news: US leads charge in ramping up cybersecurity. Crypto fans crow as Facebook flops. China bears down on metaverses.
A lawmaker claims Upbit earned hundreds of millions by listing sketchy cryptocurrencies, while the exchange rebuts that it follows fair and strict standards.
What does it mean to provide ‘institutional’ crypto services, and what role does blockchain technology play? Robert Cooper of Digivault explains.
In a special Q&A, a Canadian law advisor who works with Chinese clients breaks down the ban’s potential legal boundaries and concerns held by overseas Chinese.
This week, FTX announced it is moving its headquarters from Hong Kong to the Bahamas, as the larger Caribbean region takes on a bigger role as host to virtual currency exchanges.
China fallout hits mining meanwhile Korea digital custody competition heats up
China saw a fivefold increase in blockchain patents last year despite the Covid-19 shutdown.
At the Cardano Summit over the weekend, IOHK founder Charles Hoskinson revealed a slew of partnerships and other developments for the Cardano blockchain
South Korea’s virtual asset industry is expected to withstand major regulatory reconstruction