Weekly news on the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Global stablecoins could provide market participants with a cost-efficient means to rebalance their capital across global markets.
Judge approves final judgment in Telegram case; firm will return $1.2 billion to investors.
The Singaporean government revealed that ransomware attacks surged in 2019 by accounting 35 cases.
After seeing an abject failure of traditional financial models, people might turn to decentralized peer-to-peer technology with crypto as the future. (Bitcoin)
Crypto prices on the secondary market may depend on how much information is given to stakeholders says fintech researchers. (Transparency)
Regulators are warming up to crypto around the world as they embrace innovation for economic recovery. (Law)