A cryptocurrency company based in Christchurch, Coingrid Ltd, will be one of the first New Zealand based companies to launch an ICO.
An 18-year old Indian teen has threatened to blow up Miami International Airport (MIA) as a retaliatory move for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI’s uncooperative stance to help him track down an American fraudster who duped him of $1,000 worth of bitcoin on a popular online forum. CCN reprots that.
U.S. elections drama may be dragging Augur out of the doldrums. Coindesk reports that.
Cryptocurrency IOTA announced compatibility with popular hardware wallet Ledger today. IOTA coin holders will be able to store their coins (MIOTA) on the ledger Nano S device.
Stablecoin issuer Tether Limited confirmed Thursday it was banking with Bahamas-based Deltec Bank and Trust Limited and published a letter purportedly from the institution as evidence of its reserves.
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The developer that formalized the code underlying most initial coin offerings (ICOs) – ethereum's ERC-20 token standard – has proposed a new approach in a bid to make the funding schemes more safe for would-be investors. CCN reports that.
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A commissioner of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) spoke positively about the potential uses for blockchain while emphasizing how his agency must respect its role in financial markets during a meeting of international regulators on Thursday.