Litecoin is struggling from a lack of adoption amongst merchants, the majority of which only support LTC as part of a basket of cryptocurrencies supported by their payment processor, according to a report published by crypto hedge fund Multicoin Capital..
Nasdaq is set to acquire Sweden‐based trading solutions provider Cinnober, in a deal that could see the stock exchange move into helping institutional investors gain access to new opportunities around cryptocurrency..
Members of the UK Parliament are looking to increase regulations for the cryptocurrency industry, in order to tame the ‘wild west situation.’
The founders of a $1 billion blockchain fund backed by the government of Hangzhou in China have announced plans for a new project that will launch a stablecoin backed by Japanese yen.
Binance, Kraken and Gate.io have been referred to the state’s Department of Financial Services, after claiming to not be operating in the state as reason for declining participation in the survey sent out last April to 13 cryptoexchanges..
Cryptocurrency mining manufacturing giant Bitmain has been called out for possibly exaggerating its financial information and some are now wondering if the most profitable crypto mining‐based company in the world could be on the verge of going bankrupt..
Queensland, Australia is at the forefront of cryptocurrency adoption. As awareness continues to grow, the area is quickly turning to crypto and Bitcoin BCH stands out above the rest.
The government of Ukraine has proposed a bill, which was backed by 23 government officials that would introduce another 18% tax on crypto‐related profits by businesses.
Global fintech company TigerWit Limited has partnered with Liverpool FC and launched its blockchain‐based trading app. According to the press release published on September 17, 2018, TigerWit will gain increased exposure as Liverpool FC’s new official foreign exchange trading partner.
A company based in Norwalk, Connecticut is helping small businesses deal with ransomware attacks by negotiating with cybercriminals to reduce ransom amounts and paying them in bitcoin, a Forbes report from September 17, 2018, showed.