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Underlining that both the government and the RBI are "committed to financial stability", RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das had said there are no differences between the central bank and the Finance Ministry on the matter, and "we should now await the final decision on the matter" from the Centre.
Seven years ago, eight brainiacs with diverse talents and lofty ambitions broke bread in Zug, Switzerland, and hashed out the future of what would become the world’s busiest blockchain.
30% of surveyed users in India said they own cryptocurrencies. The top five nations - including India - in terms of crypto adoption, are now in Asia
Ex-hedge fund manager Mike Novogratz slammed Cardano very publicly and Charles Hoskinson is just not having it.
The stablecoin has secured itself a critical place in the crypto ecosystem, but its holdings fall short compared with those of prime money-market funds.
Argentina's president has commented on cryptocurrencies in a recent interview, acknowledging their potential to curb inflation.
Ether's market dominance is growing, with investors seeking more ways to gain exposure to the second-largest cryptocurrency.
The crypto world on Tuesday saw what might have been the largest hack and loss of funds of all time. As my colleague Olga Kharif reported, $600 million was stolen from a cross-chain protocol called PolyNetwork.
The Coinbase website now states that USD Coin is "backed by fully reserved assets," contrary to the now-removed claim of "backed by U.S. dollars in a bank account."
India’s oldest crypto wallet will allow users to exchange Bitcoin for pizza and ice cream vouchers. Unocoin started in 2013 and has pivoted from the crypto wallet to crypto exchange model.
Ethereum 2.0 comprises a trio of upgrades that will bolster scalability, security and sustainability.
Cryptocurrency future in India: The Union Government shelved the much hyped Cryptocurrency Regulation Bill for discussion during the Monsoon Session of Parliament.
The deputy minister of Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation believes that crypto payments will be allowed in Ukraine similarly to payments deriving from the U.S. dollar.
Bitcoin is riding a wave that has taken it just shy of $41,000, defying what was a shaky start to the month and looking set to have a great weekend.
So far, Indian investors may have flocked to cryptocurrencies in the hope of windfall returns or out of curiosity. But soon, they may be in for some real economic benefits from these bets, especially given the country’s economic environment.
Crypto trading is at a very nascent stage in the country when compared to some other developed economies.
Bank of America has outlined some benefits to be had from adopting bitcoin as legal tender in El Salvador. The opportunities include low-cost remittances, financial digitization, more choices, and greater investments from foreign companies.
Where other bills addressed crypto policy questions piecemeal, Rep. Don Beyer’s Digital Asset Market Structure and Investor Protection Act covers several in one fell swoop.
Tether was once the stablecoin king. Now its dominance is threatened by newcomers and legal uncertainty.
Regulators are training their sights on tether, the biggest of the dollar-pegged cryptocurrencies known as stablecoins. But even as tether's legal troubles ratchet up, the stablecoin has already seen market share decline.
Germany has approved new legislation allowing over 4,000 institutional investment funds to invest billions in crypto assets.
Bitcoin is facing yet another stiff technical test as it looks to extend its latest rally. The largest digital currency, which has jumped some 15% this week to briefly top the $40,000 level, is now also pushing up against the top end of the Ichimoku cloud.
The "max pain point" for the July expiry was $35,000.
CEO Dan Schulman revealed the superapp would include high-yield savings, early access to direct deposit funds and messaging functionality outside of peer-to-peer payments.
Software will reduce Ether circulation with each transaction. Fewer coins could mean higher prices: Multicoin Capital.
ProFunds is offering the product at a time when firms are clamoring to create ways for clients to grab a piece of the once-obscure digital asset.