Working with a mobile voting app provided by Voatz, Utah County’s blockchain voting pilot will work to target troops serving abroad who would usually have to rely on absentee paper ballots.
Though the social media giant has been able to remove many of the Facebook and Instragram accounts claiming to sell the not-yet-available Libra, some US regulators have taken the spread of Libra scams as another piece of evidence that Mark…
After the New York attorney general’s office produced evidence of Bitfinex engaging in business with New York-based firms and citizens, the crypto exchange claims that the firms it did business with were all Eligible Contract Participants, meaning the company is…
Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture has officially recognized the cryptocurrency mining industry, meaning the country will now have to work to regulate the activity within its existing legal structure.
EIP-2025 would see a .0055 ETH increase to the network’s block reward for 18 months to help fund Ethereum projects, but members of the community think it would do more to ruin the ecosystem in the long run.
During the G7 meeting in France last week, Jens Weidmann, president of Bundesbank, Germany’s central bank, came out in favor of Facebook’s Libra project, noting that regulators should not work to suppress innovation before clarifying details can be provided.
Swedish crypto exchange QuickBit reportedly left up to 300,000 customer records open “for a few days,” leaving a plethora of information, including email addresses, passwords, names, and user IDs, exposed to malicious actors.
The US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has extended the deadline for member companies to report any crypto activity or planned crypto activity to July 2020 to “encourage” more firms to participate.
Just a week before the “Power Lunch” between Tron founder Justin Sun and crypto skeptic/billionaire Warren Buffett, Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire has been added to the guest list, making up one of the possible seven guests who will be attending.
What became abundantly clear during Facebook’s congressional hearings this week was that representatives on both sides of the floor were having none of Facebook asking for permission to launch Libra following its past “move fast and break stuff” mentality.