Harrison Hines, a former ConsenSys token guru, is building a developer hub for the decentralized web via his startup Terminal.
Hong Kong-based Legacy Trust is spinning out a new business focused entirely on institutional-grade cryptocurrency custody solutions.
The World Bank is teaming up with MakerDAO to bring blockchain education to Brazilian favelas.
Lending startup Celsius went from a $50 million token sale to $1 billion in crypto deposits.
Adam Ficsor, co-founder of the firm behind the privacy-centric Wasabi Wallet, is stepping down from his role as CTO.
Crypto wallet and data provider Blockchain is raising a VC fund to invest in industry startups and cryptocurrencies, according to a report.
The Canadian startup behind Jaxx crypto wallet is struggling to find a reliable revenue model.
With $125,000 committed to a virtual bootcamp in November, Libracamp is incubating development on Facebook’s Libra testnet.
The London-based Monolith just added DAI to its crypto debit card product. But the startup itself has long used DAI to manage its treasury.
The Cross-Chain Working Group project will (almost) enable bitcoin transactions on ethereum, opening up a new world of interacting smart contracts.
Perlin’s PERL cryptocurrency looks to make shipping easier, but could also democratize the proof-of-stake model.
Ripple is making a major investment in Coil, a media platform that pays content creators XRP.
This healthcare startup is still growing, and attracting investment, long after raising $7.2 million in a 2017 token sale.
Blade, a crypto derivatives exchange that hasn’t yet launched, has already won backing from major investors including Coinbase.
Blockchain investor Jeremy Gardner is shopping around a reality show about his life to television networks.
Iranian bitcoiners are showing the world what censorship resistance really looks like.
Lightning usage is growing steadily in 2019, with several startups now offering retail-friendly wallets.
Mobile shoppers can earn bitcoin for purchases from Amazon, Starbucks, and Target, just to name a few.
Natalia Ameline’s nonprofit, CryptoChicks, is spreading the blockchain gospel in emerging markets.
Less than half of the donations made to the Binance Charity Foundation are accounted for on its website.