- Stefan Rust will replace Roger Ver as CEO of Bitcoin.com, while Ver will serve as an executive chairman.
- Bitcoin.com's new exchange will use Bitcoin Cash as a base currency and will serve as a fiat gateway.
- 3.5 billion yen worth of cryptocurrencies were stolen, 2.5 of them belonged to customers.
- The hot wallet that was drained was holding BTC, BCH, XRP, ETH and LTC.
- Most of the rumours surrounding the project have been confirmed.
- The startup will offer OTC trading in addition to custodial and lending services.
- Busan's cryptocurrency, built in collaboration with BNK Busan Bank, will be a stablecoin.
- Dublin, Ohio, will soon have a local crypto token which is not backed by fiat. It will be running on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain as an SLP token.
- The funding goal is now 1600 BCH.
- Bitcoin Verde and Flowee the Hub have been added to the beneficiaries list.
- Bitmain Technologies is bringing back their idea for an Initial Public Offering.
- After the expiration of the Hong Kong IPO application, a U.S. listing will be chosen for the company's second attempt .
761.85 BCH have already been raised for Bitcoin Cash development.
- For the time being it looks like Bitcoin Cash development doesn't need large corporate investment, DAO-s or other forms of funding.
- Bitcoin.com is launching a localbitcoins alternative with no KYC requirements.
- Thanks to new developments such as OP_CHECKDATASIG bitcoin.com can provide escrow services without ever being in custody of the traded coins.
Travala.com is a blockchain-friendly travel booking platform.
Bitcoin.com's wallet downloads have just recently surpassed 4 million downloads, offering a significant user base boost to Travala.
- AT&T, a United States media and telecom giant, has become the first mobile carrier to accept cryptocurrency for phone bills payments, the company announced in a press release on 23 May.
- This is not the first time the telecommunications giant has delved in blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.