Bitcoin’s daily volatility in March, measured as the difference between 24-hour highs and lows, is its lowest since April of 2017.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has said it plans to soon launch a decentralized exchange (DEX) on a native blockchain.
B3i, a blockchain startup owned by some of the world’s top insurance firms, raised $16 million last month, Swiss records show.
Social investing platform eToro has acquired Firmo, a smart contract firm that enables derivatives to be tokenized “on any major blockchain.”
Institutional digital assets platform trueDigital has signed new distribution deals to expand the reach of its OTC reference rates for bitcoin and ether.
Amaury Séchet, a leading developer of bitcoin cash, is leaving one of the projects that paved the way for the controversial cryptocurrency.
The former CEO of Enron, Jeffrey Skilling, is reportedly looking to start a blockchain-related company just a month after being freed from prison.
Exactpro, which tests software for the world’s stock exchanges, says it could be years before blockchains can safely connect to existing post-trade systems.
Chart signals of bullish exhaustion suggest bitcoin’s narrowing trading range could soon be breached to the downside.
BIS chief Agustin Carstens has said that central banks are wary about issuing digital currencies due to the “huge operational consequences.”