JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has clarified that he ‘regrets’ calling Bitcoin a fraud, and has indicated his optimism toward the blockchain’s potential.
The Bank of Israel has officially issued its stance on digital currencies, and will recognize such as assets rather than currencies or foreign currencies.
According to new reports, Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund has made large profits off $15-20 million investments in cryptocurrency.
South Korean markets have taken a strong interest in Ripple, bringing the market cap of the cryptocurrency up to $88 billion USD.
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee has announced that he has sold all his Litecoin to avoid ‘conflicts of interest’, as his statements could affect the price of the cryptocurrency.
The South Korean National Intelligence Service has revealed that North Korea could be behind attacks on its largest cryptocurrency exchange.
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME Group) has officially launched its Bitcoin Futures contracts as the cryptocurrency surpasses the $20K USD mark.
Sirin Labs, the firm producing the first ‘blockchain’ smartphone dubbed the Finney, has succeeded in raising $110 million in its ICO token sale.
US President Donald Trump has authorized a new $700 billion USD study into cybersecurity, which includes a mandate to study the blockchain.
A new Bitcoin hard fork, dubbed Super Bitcoin, will take place on December 12th with the view of ‘making Bitcoin great again’.