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The biggest single unlocking day will flush sellers from the market in July, opening up both volatility and bullish potential.
China reportedly implemented the country’s first blockchain-powered digital yuan transactions in the Xiong’an New Area.
Spot Bitcoin prices rallied toward $40,000 over the weekend but hinted at bullish exhaustion as CME Bitcoin futures opened Monday with a $1,500-plus gap.
A further tightening of cryptocurrency regulation in South Korea is underway, with new rules for banks and crypto exchange operators.
With legal troubles seemingly behind the company, Block.one could set its sights on finally making a significant dent in the crypto and blockchain space.
Strong retail interest in crypto has driven South African regulators to rethink how they classify cryptocurrencies.
After announcing the shutdown of its San Francisco headquarters last month, Coinbase is reportedly quietly setting up its first office in New York.
Musk leaves the door open for Tesla to accept Bitcoin again, sparking a run to near $40,000 — but will it hold?
Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra is confident that supervision is more effective than banning crypto outright.
Remittance firms operating in El Salvador appear reluctant to support Bitcoin despite the country’s new law mandating the crypto asset as legal tender.