OpenLaw Launches First ‘Legal DAO’ for Distributed VC Investments
OpenLaw’s LAO, or “Limited Liability Autonomous Organization,” opened Tuesday for investors looking to compliantly earn returns on the next wave of Ethereum-based projects.
Bitcoin’s Halving Is Irrelevant for Some Large Traders
Bitcoin’s third halving is less than two weeks away. Some traders are less than bullish ahead of the event.
SEC Opposes Blockchain Association’s Brief Supporting Kik, Says Group Isn’t ‘Neutral’
The SEC says 7 members of the Blockchain Association have financial interests in Kik in its opposition to the group’s brief around the case.
Cross-Border Payment Portal Checkout.com Is Latest to Join Libra Association
Checkout.com, a digital payment processor that focuses on cross-border transactions, has become the 24th member of the Libra Association.
CipherTrace’s New Crypto Tracing Tool Is Meant for Banks
CipherTrace is rolling out a toolkit to help banks flag accounts and crypto-related transactions that may be suspicious.
First Mover: Two Weeks From Halving, Bitcoin Rally Brings $10K Into View
With the Bitcoin blockchain’s once-every-four-years rewards halving now just two weeks away, some analysts are starting to fix their sights on the next upside target: $10,000.
Bitcoin Rally Pauses Near $7.8K After Longest Winning Run in 8 Months
Bitcoin’s bulls are taking a breather in the approach to $7,800, having engineered the longest daily winning run in eight months.
World Economic Forum Shares Roadmap for Deploying Blockchains in Real World
As COVID-19 disrupts global supply chains, the WEF has published a roadmap for businesses to deploy blockchains as a solution.
DeFi Project dForce Refunds All Affected Users After $25M Hack
The Lendf.me smart contract was hacked on April 29, but then, curiously, the funds were returned two days later.