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Singer Akon has finalized plans to build a 2,000-acre city in Senegal that’s powered by his cryptocurrency, Akoin
Akon, whose cryptocurrency is called "Akoin," has said he thinks the system could be the key to growth in Africa.
The firm rose to fame in 2017 when its XRP coin gained value alongside most digital currencies. The cryptocurrency rose as much as 4% on the news.
The coin commemorates Lithuania's 1918 declaration of independence, and each of the 24,000 tokens will feature one of the declaration's signatories.
Cryptocurrency expert Virgil Griffith reportedly once said it would be ‘really cool’ if North Korea mined Ether
Griffith reportedly also told fellow crypto experts in April that he intended to arrange the delivery of equipment into North Korea to create ether.
A US citizen was arrested for visiting North Korea and giving a talk on cryptocurrencies. An expert says such knowledge is hugely valuable to the herm...
Per one expert: 'Any interaction with a daily developer and user of cryptocurrency is likely to be valuable to North Koreans.'
"The way they rolled it out ... it was just so in your face," R3's CEO David Rutter said at a recent conference.
A Chinese central bank official has urged commercial banks to step up their application of blockchain technology, following Xi Jinping's lead.
Facebook’s plan to revolutionize how money works, and why companies and lawmakers are so worried about it, explained in 30 seconds
Libra will be managed by the independent, nonprofit Libra Association and transferred on digital wallet Calibra, a subsidiary of Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is about to testify in front of Congress for the first time in over a year — here’s how to watch
For the first time since April 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify in front of Congress on Wednesday, and it's being streamed live.
Overstock’s ex-CEO loves crypto, calls Warren Buffett his ‘rabbi,’ clashed with Mark Cuban, and dated a Russian spy. Here are 5 wild...
Byrne accused financiers Steve Cohen and Michael Milken of attacking his company, calling them "Sith Lords" and "Al Qaeda."