Bitcoin celebrates 10 years since Nakamoto released the idea of online currency.
Singapore-based LynPay Pte Ltd plans to tap into the apparently large Bitcoin and Ethereum community in Cambodia and offer its LynPay payment solutions.
3 bitcoin mining equipment makers plan to raise billions with initial public offerings.
A strategy to monitor whether cryptocurrencies pose a threat to economic stability.
Brazilian authorities smash a sophisticated international drug ring.
Hackers steal over $30 million worth of cryptocurrencies from South Korea.
Blockchain may not be the most glamorous new star at the Cannes festival.
4 men are arrested over a bitcoin robbery worth $170,000 in what is said the first case of its kind on the island.
While bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies remain popular in Nigeria despite falls.
Bitcoin plunged more than 20 percent to fall below $6,000 yesterday.
The Exchange Commission of Cambodia warns against investing in cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin tumbled 18 percent yesterday to a four-week trough close to $11,000.
A top European Central Bank official calls for governments to regulate and tax bitcoin.
The Singaporean “world’s highest cryptocurrency club” is offering a New Year’s Eve package and payment is a whole bitcoin.
Just a street away from Singapore’s central bank, a cryptocurrency firm has set up what it claims is the first cafe in the city.
On December 18, 2017, Cambodia’s first bitcoin-based digital asset trading platform LOCKCOIN is officially launched.
South Korea counts for some 20% of global Bitcoin transactions.
Bitcoin surged past $18,000 after making its debut on a major global exchange but was trading lower yesterday.
Never mind Bitcoin mania taking the doyen of virtual currencies into the stratosphere, “CryptoKitties” are wowing Ethereum owners.
warns against the use of cryptocurrencies.
The cryptocurrency Bitcoin soars to fresh records putting it on course for $10,000.
Tobam launches Europe’s first mutual fund in bitcoin, as the virtual currency rises.
US business schools are beefing up training in the software that underlies digital currency bitcoin.
President Vladimir Putin has said crypto-currencies were risky and used for crime, as Russia’s central bank said it would block websites selling bitcoin and its rivals.
Beijing’s decision to shut down bitcoin trading platforms has left investors scrambling.