Bitcoin fees spike 198% but Ethereum still more profitable

Bitcoin (BTC) transaction fees have nearly tripled in three days, from $3.52 to $10.20 on average.…

Bitcoin investing interest up 19% compared to 2019, Grayscale report says

Crypto investing firm Grayscale recently released its 2020 Bitcoin Investor Study. The report used data from a…

DeFi devs may save months of work with OpenZeppelin’s operations platform

OpenZeppelin, a blockchain software company known for developing one of the most used implementations of the…

Bahamas strikes first with Sand Dollar amid US–China CBDC faceoff

The Bahamas, an island nation in the West Indies, made digital currency history on Oct. 20…

China’s central bank lays regulatory foundation for CBDC

China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), published a draft law this Friday that…

US AML watchdog wants info on all international crypto transactions over $250

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and Federal Reserve are looking to get more information on…

Former patrons can’t drown sorrows as first-ever bar to accept Bitcoin closes

A legendary bar and restaurant in Germany that was reportedly the first to ever accept cryptocurrency…

The rivalry between central banks and global stablecoins, Oct. 9–16

Editor’s note Blockchain technology has attracted regulatory attention since its inception. The security of the Bitcoin…

USDC set to land on Stellar in 2021

The Centre consortium announced on Thursday that USD Coin (USDC) will soon be available on the…

Redditors are now spam-farming Bricks and Moons

A new form of crypto agriculture appears to be taking shape, with Reddit’s “community points” tokens…

DeFi craze propels Uniswap monthly volume to $15.3B, surpassing Coinbase

Data from Dune Analytics shows that in the month of September Uniswap decentralized exchange processed $15.371…

Cashless future ahead? Utopian digital dream with dystopian inequality

In Sweden, cash in circulation represents only 1% of the country’s gross domestic product, and some…