The golden cross and death cross have long helped traders predict and confirm long-term price trends. Here’s a primer for crypto investors.
Speaking at CoinDesk’s Invest: NYC, Heath Tarbert addressed ethereum futures markets and the move to a proof-of-stake model with Ethereum 2.0.
There are now several competing approaches to building a new financial system, writes Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire. Which will governments embrace?
The startups building Cosmos don’t own it or rely solely on it for income. And that’s the point.
Bitcoin’s lightning network might have a use case beyond faster and more scalable payments, thanks to an experimental version called Whatsat.
Missed our webinar on crypto derivatives? Read the takeaways from CoinDesk Research’s chat with OTC trading pros Yingfeng Shao and Martin Garcia.
A deep dive into the decentralized technology that brought the world’s most controversial site back online – for now.
Ripple has strong defenses against a lawsuit alleging it violated securities laws by selling XRP, but the road ahead is long, legal experts said.
After the crypto market crash last year, Chinese venture capital firms are taking another look at blockchain.
Grave concerns about the evolution of blockchain technology from someone who lived in China and used bitcoin for its censorship-resistant value.
There’s as much as $10 billion in stolen crypto out there. A joint venture from Coinfirm and Kroll looks to help people get their funds back.
Fans mobbed Binance’s CEO like a rock star on his recent visit to Moscow. The warm feelings are mutual, with a big Russian expansion in the works.
Besu, the new ethereum client from Hyperledger, has the potential to eclipse all other enterprise versions of ethereum, including JPMorgan’s Quorum.
The recent SEC action against Telegram points to a subtle shift in focus when it comes to evaluating tokens – and to a way forward, writes Noelle Acheson.
As Ethereum 2.0 goes live, how much can stakers make from validating the network?
State policymakers want Colorado to be the new Wyoming, creating friendly legislation to draw crypto companies.
Regulators should offer a path for stablecoins to exist alongside current financial systems, writes a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center.
ING, the Dutch megabank, has come up with a privacy fix for R3’s Corda blockchain.
A new denial-of-service attack could slow down or completely stop bitcoin payments over the lightning network.
Bank of America, the second-largest U.S. bank, has discreetly tested out Ripple’s distributed ledger technology – and may be planning to do more with it.