Abra has now given its users the opportunity to use cash to load their Abra wallets via 7-Eleven stores all over the Phillippines.
A security report has identified a malware group called Panda, has culprits who have illicitly mined up to $100,000 worth of XMR.
Bank of America, the eighth largest bank in the world by total assets, is now an official member of R3’s Marco Polo trade network for better finance and trade solutions.
Binance US is not live for residents of the United States. The initial launch however excludes 13 states, including New York.
Blockchain firm, SpaceChain, has just received a $66k grant from the ESA, for the creation of a multi-sig wallet.
North Korea is reportedly in the early developmental stages of its own digital asset. The country hopes to use this to get around international sanctions that affect them.
The CBOE has withdrawn its proposal for a Bitcoin ETF, just a few weeks before the SEC’s deadline.
As part of its drive to improve crypto and blockchain adoption, Deloitte is letting its staff pay for food in the office canteen, using Bitcoin.
Wells Fargo has announced that it is piloting its own blockchain for a cross-border financial solution, strictly for internal use only. The platform is expected to launch sometime next year.
The Hedera hashgraph network has now officially launched its mainnet and will immediately begin distribution of HBAR tokens. The network is purported to be faster than any blockchain available.