Co-founder Jesse Edwards is leaving R3, but will remain an investor and continue working with the blockchain firm.
I’m writing from the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria. Known to sympathizers simply as Rojava – meaning West – the predominantly Kurdish region revolted against the Syrian regime in 2012 and achieved its de-facto autonomy as a result. Since then, it has pioneered a new political model named democratic confederalism, which due to its stateless, […]
BMW Group Asia, Intel and Nielsen are now corporate partners of the Singapore government-supported blockchain accelerator Tribe.
Cboe’s suspension of bitcoin futures highlights a mistake we’re all making when it comes to institutional involvement, argues Noelle Acheson.
Lightning Labs’ Alex Bosworth talks about how the lightning network provides bitcoin’s best hope for becoming the payments network of the future.
U.S.-based shipping giant UPS has announced a new blockchain integration aimed to bring business-to-business sales into the digital age.
The crypto space has split into three different areas, and the term “crypto” no longer applies to all of them, argues Tim Enneking.
Before we knew whether bitcoin was legal or illegal, a group on New Yorkers created an in-person meetup for people to buy, sell and trade the cryptocurrency.
The Tor Project is now accepting crypto donations directly, taking bitcoin, ether, monero, zcash and 5 others.
Duke University is teaming up with Citizens Reserve to help students learn about blockchain tech and get hands-on with real projects.