Crypto exchange FCoin is to buy back 100 million of its own tokens to provide capital for a new fund of funds.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority is poised to launch a live blockchain trade finance platform within two months.
Global investment management company BlackRock may be mulling a move into bitcoin futures, according to a report.
The global Financial Stability Board has published its expected framework for monitoring risk in the cryptocurrency markets.
A self-regulatory organization in Thailand is planning to create a custom token aimed to speed up corporate bond settlement in the country.
Credit card giant American Express may be looking into developing a new proof-of-payment (PoP) system based on blockchain technology.
Coinbase announced they might add five more cryptocurrencies to their platform, and the market reacted with glee.
The Tezos Foundation is launching a grant program to encourage its community to participate on its platform starting next month.
Major League Baseball (MLB) is partnering with a blockchain startup to launch a decentralized app trading game.
Twelve Russian officials indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email accounts allegedly used cryptocurrencies, the DOJ announced.