In May this year, businessman-turned-cryptocurrency advocate John McAfee made several startling cryptocurrency predictions. Yet how many have proved to be accurate?
Bitcoin and leading cryptocurrencies have endured a cold snap, with the pre-eminent digital currency retreating to $7500 USD.
DCEX has confirmed that it will become the first crypto-to-crypto exchange to offer trading with Ripple’s XRP as a base currency.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao has confirmed that the company has officially acquired Trust Wallet in a move that might propel its shift to a proprietary blockchain.
US President Bill Clinton is slated to issue a keynote speech at Ripple’s Swell Conference later this year, much to the delight of investors.
Early reports have indicated that Sky Mining CEO Le Minh Tam has fled Vietnam with over $35 million USD in tow.
Is 2018 set to be the year of the blockchain smartphone? Here, we explore three interesting projects and movements from both established players and startups.
Litecoin Founder Charlie Lee has confirmed that he will step aboard HTC’s advisory board, and that the firm’s Exodus phone will support Litecoin.
Major Bitcoin mining manufacturer Bitmain has reportedly raked in $1.1 billion USD in net profit in 2018’s opening months, and may be planning an IPO.
FuzeX – an ICO set to debut a payments card – has made the controversial decision to support Bitcoin Cash at the expense of Bitcoin.