Rwanda is looking to join the growing list of countries currently considering issuing their very own digital currencies. Though its not ready yet, the country’s central bank has already begun delving into research already done by other central banks.
If the Hyperledger’s technical steering committee gives its approval, Ethereum could become the first public blockchain to be a part of Hyperledger.
Coinbase has announced a new feature that will allow its customers easily accept some supported DApps using traditional desktop browsers. Support for other DApps and browsers will be added as time goes on.
A Github user has found infected code for cryptojacking in Ruby codes. The infected software had already been downloaded thousands of times before this was revealed.
Major crypto wallet provider, Blockchain, will be integrating Polkadot’s DOT tokens to its network. This will grant all of Blockchain’s wallet holders, full access to trading with the DOT.
Tether is reportedly planning to issue another stablecoin, pegged to the Yuan. However, no date has been officially set for its release.
The SEC has disclosed its agreement with a Russian ICO Services firm, over its non-disclosure of certain payments received for services including publicity and positive reviews.
Prixbit, a South Korean exchange, has officially shut down its business operations after suffering security issues leading to financial difficulties.
Japan’s largest gift card company is looking to expand its business through blockchain technology. This will be facilitated by a collaboration between the gift card giant and blockchain firm based in Singapore.
In a new turn of events, a Bitfinex motion seeking the dismissal of the case against it brought by the NYAG has been dissolved. The Court has found that the NYAG has jurisdiction over the case and should continue with the prosecution.