Cointelegraph has tuned in live to the United States Senate Banking Committee hearing on a regulatory framework for digital currencies and blockchain.
This week in the Hodler’s Digest, Facebook releases a white paper for the Libra project, and the QuadrigaCX scandal gets more scandalous
Cointelegraph speaks with Tyler Winklevoss and author Ben Mezrich about Mezrich’s new book, “Bitcoin Billionaires: A True Story of Genius, Betrayal, and Redemption”
Ben Mezrich’s new book into the lives of the Winklevoss twins casts Mark Zuckerberg as the villian and the Winklevii as the heroes, but is it that simple?
In this week’s Hodler’s Digest, Binance and Bittrex will soon block U.S. residents from their platforms, while Facebook’s crypto plans look ready to be revealed next week
Fellow top media site CCN is ending its operations, citing a large drop in visibility following a Google Core Update
This week in the Hodler’s Digest, the SEC sues Kik, and the former Mt. Gox CEO does not actually get back into blockchain
Andreas Antonopoulos spoke with Cointelegraph about his belief in the necessity of borderless finance and governance systems with the use of open blockchains
U.S. sanctions may have led North Korea to turn to crypto hacking, while Kik has launched a $5 million Defend Crypto campaign
New York-based blockchain firm ConsenSys has released a new Blockchain and Dapp Developer Job Kit to help aspiring Ethereum blockchain developers enter the market