The US state of West Virginia has confirmed its plans to use a blockchain-based mobile app to tally the votes of troops serving abroad.
Cryptocurrency markets have once again fallen, as anticipation around a Bitcoin ETF continues to dissipate.
The US Drug Enforcement Administration has noted that Bitcoin payments intended for illicit goods or services account for just 10% of all transactions.
The chair of the House of Representative’s Judiciary Committee, Bob Goodlatte, has officially disclosed his ownership of various cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Researchers at China’s Fudan University have developed a decentralized exchange through which citizens could trade electricity through a digital currency.
Popular YouTuber Trevon ‘Bitcoin Tre’ James has reportedly been subpoenaed to testify to the US SEC with regards to Bitconnect’s operations.
CoinMarketCap has disclosed that a temporary error was behind several erroneous listings that inflated the prices of several cryptocurrencies.
Factom has filed a new patent which allows documents to be verified on a blockchain with multiple digital signatures.
The Dubai International Financial Centre has partnered with Smart Dubai to create the world’s first Court of the Blockchain, which will aid verification of court judgments for cross-border enforcement.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has refuted the idea of raising funds through an ICO, expressing he has ‘zero interest’ in the idea.