Coinbase is making it easier to fund accounts, allowing users to deposit part of their paycheck directly into their accounts.
China is intensifying its war on cryptocurrencies, banning all transactions, as well as all mining.
US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler has cast further doubt on cryptocurrencies, saying he doesn’t believe they are viable long-term.
Coinbase has abandoned its plans for its Lend service after a high-profile scuffle with the SEC.
Walmart and Litecoin are both debunking news of a partnership, saying nothing is in the works.
Mastercard announced it has acquired CipherTrace, as the payments company continues to expand its crypto capabilities.
Coinbase is calling out the SEC for what it believes is “sketchy” behavior, but TheStreet’s Jim Cramer is not a fan of its strategy.
United Wholesale Mortgage has announced it will accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency by year’s end.
PayPal is rumored to be looking at the possibility of creating a stock-trading platform in a bid to challenge rivals.
Jack Dorsey is revealing more information about his TBD business and its focus on building a decentralized Bitcoin exchange.