Parity chief marketing officer Peter Ruchatz discusses the ins and outs of Polkadot’s focus on interoperability at Token2049.
Andrew Bragg – a liberal senator in the Australian Congress – believes that the lack of digital currency regulations within the nation are hurting Australia’s chances at making its mark in the crypto world. He is now working to create a solid bill that drafts legitimate digital currency regulation for the nation that he plans... The post Australian Senator Andrew Bragg Introduces Crypto Regulation Bill appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.
The layer 2 platform’s team includes the mother of Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin
With the raft of new draft legislations across nations around the world aimed at the crypto industry, Laguna Labs CEO, Stefan Rust, has stated that the centralized regulations will choke the innovation witnessed within the crypto space. Stefan Rust says that “the very foundation of cryptocurrency is one that is antithetical to global regulation and […]
Published by City AM By Darren Parkin by David F Carr of Similarweb When Kraken CEO Jesse Powell announced in late September he was stepping down, it was natural to ask – as observers do after most every major leadership change – is this company in trouble? Powell is moving to a board seat but […]
The latest price moves in bitcoin (BTC) and crypto markets in context for Oct. 11, 2022. First Mover is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter that contextualizes the latest actions in the crypto markets.
Turkish residents continuously maintain a bullish stance on crypto transactions despite the bear markets. Ismail H. Polat, a media lecturer at Kadir Has University in Istanbul, said the driving factor is the high inflation. Recent reports show the Turkish crypto industry is working to build the crypto ecosystem amid the bear market. The Turkish blockchain […]
Google will start accepting crypto payments for cloud services early next year, according to a CNBC report.
Google says early next year users will be able to pay for cloud services using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin via Coinbase.