Bulls are back with a vengeance as shown by a 100 percent increase in trading volume from just four days ago.
Parity, the ethereum software client, has announced some major changes, including the stripping away of its graphical user interface (GUI).
Bitcoin has teased the bulls several times over the past few weeks, but the charts suggest today’s rally might hold more weight.
China’s Global Public Chain Assessment Index has released its second monthly evaluation of blockchain networks – with perhaps surprising results.
Ethereum, the world’s second largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization dropped to a 74-day low below $430 – a level not seen since April 12.
The price of bitcoin fell to levels last seen on February 6th of this year following news of security concerns with Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges.
Republican Congressman Tom Emmer has praised the SEC for its recent comment indicating that ether is not a security.
Stanford University launches the Center for Blockchain Research and Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, is one of the sponsors.
The St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank is now tracking the prices of four top cryptos in its economic research database, FRED.
The doors may be open for Cboe to launch an ether futures product, following a recent comment from the SEC that the cryptocurrency is not a security.