As 2018 draws to a close, the crypto community reflects on a year dominated by falling prices, high-profile hacks and the turning of regulations from a theoretical threat into a very real possibility. Combined, these events have put the brakes on the ICO movement and ushered in a new form of fundraising.
The number of crypto services users nearly doubled in the first three quarters of 2018, claims a new report from the University of Cambridge — suggesting that despite the “crypto winter”, the ecosystem continues to develop.
Binance has released a sneak preview of its new DEX, due to be launched in early 2019
As the threat of enforcement looms large over crypto exchanges, developers continue to work on decentralized projects that hold promise in a rapidly-evolving regulatory landscape.
Ethereum’s first cross-client proof-of-authority testnet promises safety, security, and cross-client experimentation.
Bear market no obstacle to institutional investors moving $330 million into Grayscale funds in the first three quarters of 2018
IDEX’s decision to implement KYC/AML policies will likely be followed by most other decentralized exchanges, as the SEC brings new enforcement proceedings against exchange operators.
Tax authorities from influential jurisdictions are planning to make life easier for crypto tax-payers
With the S&P 500 sliding markedly in October, investors continue to look for correlations between movements in the traditional markets and the price of bitcoin
New report shows cryptocurrency hacks continue to be lucrative for North Korea, with over half a billion stolen since January 2017.