The OCC published guidance allowing U.S. banks to work with stablecoin issuers. Meanwhile, the ECB thinks the term stablecoin can be "misleading."
China sees its digital yuan as a "new battlefield," DeFi's Curve has a new dividend program and a yet-to-launch platform is pursuing an "Initial DEX Offering."
Ethereum miners are reaping revenue from increased transaction volume from DeFi, as more than $1 billion worth of BTC migrates over.
Uniswap issued a governance token, Kraken is the world's first crypto bank and there are more "newbie" bitcoin investors than in recent years.
A slew of regulatory happenings are in the works: a Bahamian CBDC, a potential ban on crypto trading in India and a plan to unify state banking compliance standards across the U.S.
MicroStrategy has bought even more bitcoin, Paxful is pulling out of Venezuela and the Bitmain power struggle appears to have found a short-term solution.
Derivatives traders have placed bets bitcoin will hit $36,000 by year's end while bZx fell victim to yet another hack.
Square is pushing back against crypto patent hogs, Binance is doubling down on DeFi and the ECB's Lagarde says Europe is losing the CBDC race.
A DBS Bank economist thinks the coronavirus pandemic will accelerate digital asset adoption while Mastercard announced a CBDC testing ground.
Arca is acting like an activist investor in its dealings with Gnosis while Venezuelan officials appear to have blocked access to Coinbase.
Tether disputes allegations of market manipulation, Vitalik Buterin proposes a fix for Ethereum's high gas fees and Voatz weighs in during a federal trial.
Pornhub will accept BTC and LTC payments, a nonprofit wants Coinbase to be more transparent and credit default swaps are coming to the Ethereum blockchain.
A South Korean crypto exchange has been raided by police, Bitcoin's Lightning Network hit a new high and mining revenues are climbing.
Decentralized exchange volumes climb for a third straight month, Tezos settled a class action and Coinbase added a16z and DoorDash executives to its board.