Blockstream, the bitcoin infrastructure firm, is set to unveil its long-awaited ASIC miner in Q3 of 2024 - a culmination of years of engineering work.
Crypto custodian BitGo's $100 million lawsuit against Galaxy Digital over a canceled $1.2 billion purchase has been dismissed by a Delaware judge.
Bank of China invests $28 million in Ethereum-based tokenized securities in Hong Kong, marking a significant milestone for the adoption of blockchain technology in traditional finance.
Bitcoin payments firm Strike moves customer assets in-house, reducing counterparty risk and enhancing product performance.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge denies request to relinquish control over FTX's $7.3 billion in disputed assets, setting up a controversial legal battle.
Hut 8 crypto mining repairs delayed due to power shortages and equipment failures.
Former CFTC Chairman Heath Tarbert joins Circle as Chief Legal Officer, guiding the stablecoin issuer's global expansion amidst shifting regulatory attitudes towards the crypto industry.
Crypto.com discontinues U.S. institutional services due to limited demand.
MetaMask Institutional wallet is integrating with Fireblocks, giving institutional investors access to over 17,000 dapps - CoinDesk.
The SEC has sued both Binance and Coinbase - these cases may define how cryptocurrencies are regulated in the US, making this a must-read for anyone interested in the future of crypto.
Investment bank Berenberg warns that Coinbase shares are uninvestable in the near term due to weak trading volumes and the SEC lawsuit, creating uncertainty for investors.
SEC's recent crackdown on crypto firms may drive them out of the U.S, but could result in regulatory clarity in the long run, according to industry experts.