|Day's Range||7.516 - 7.672|
|52 Week Range||5.460 - 20.840|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||45.97M|
Binance unveiled its new cryptocurrency staking platform on Thursday. The exchange will initially support eight assets: NEO, ONT, VET, XLM, KMD, ALGO, QTUM, and STRAT.The post Binance launches staking platform with 8 assets appeared first on The Block.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is getting ever more serious about blockchain data. While many of the world's governments and politicians focus on Facebook's recently introduced Libra and data sharing among virtual asset providers, the SEC is seeking more data on public blockchains.The post SEC seeks blockchain data provider to monitor risk, improve compliance, and inform policy appeared first on The Block.
Thor token has come to the end of its journey after its founding company announced it was closing on Tuesday. The news was delivered by Thor Technologies CEO David Chin in a blog post, days after Thor’s Telegram group was disabled and following earlier reports Thor had halved its staff force.The post Thor token quietly shut down after raising $21 million, blaming ‘regulatory’ issues appeared first on The Block.
One of the largest Swiss online retailers, Digitec Galaxus, has introduced cryptocurrencies as one of the available methods of payment, the company announced in a press release.The post Swiss retailer Digitec Galaxus launches cryptocurrency payments appeared first on The Block.
Coinbase has launched cross-border wire transfers and expanded custody services for institutional customers in Asia, the U.K. and Europe.
The root of CZ's appeal goes beyond his occasional semi-outlaw status, to the way he exudes its core belief in cryptocurrency so effortlessly.
Three executives of UPbit, one of South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, have been formally charged by the country’s prosecutors.
Cryptocurrency exchanges will likely have to reckon with VPN access as part of any regulatory or law enforcement actions for market manipulation.
Bitcoin (BTC) is down a little under percent on the day, and is trading at $6,470 as of press time. With one notable exception Oct. 15 – a brief spike correlated with Tether’s slight untethering from its dollar peg – the top coin has been trading sideways between $6,500-$6,500 for the past few days, before slipping below the $6,500 today, still above where it started the week, close to $6,300. On the week, Bitcoin is 2.7 percent in the green, and is also up just about 2 percent on the month.