2018 has been an all-action year so far at BitStarz, as players are scooping big wins every few weeks.
Block.one has announced the launch of its new blockchain software solution called EOSIO not long after the announcement of a partnership with SVK Crypto for $50 million fund.
Asus has announced the release of a motherboard, designed specifically for mining digital currencies. With port detection, and data crunching optimizations, it’s bound to make mining easier, and more profitable.
The IMF is encouraging central banks to adopt an innovative approach towards fiat, limit money laundering, tax crypto transactions, and possibly create a bank-administered digital currency.
The latest software upgrade comprises of all the support elements which can establish a stepping-stone for the Sapling upgrade, scheduled ahead this year.
All the airport terminals and merchants will now be accepting payments in six different digital currencies.
The addition of fiat-to-crypto trading pairs will help the exchange attract more investors to its platform.
Following numerous debates, Ethereum Classic goes ahead with its fork/update, thus removing the increasing mining difficulty protocol.
German authorities reportedly sold $13.9 million worth of digital currencies, seized from an online platform that illegally sold e-books and audiobooks. The emergency sale was carried out to avoid potential losses from volatility.
Hong Kong’s Central Bank HKMA has revealed that it will not be launching its own CBDC any time soon.