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To the Moon ? Or Bust? Questions to Ask When Evaluating ICOs

Bruce Fenton offers a much needed uniform set of criteria by which investors can analyze ICOs and cryptocurrencies.

Dilbert Comic Strips Lampoon Blockchain and Initial Coin Offerings

Initial coin offerings ? the blockchain funding use case ? are the latest subject of the long-running "Dilbert" comic strip.

National Economics, Gambling and Cryptocurrency: A Perfect Storm?

Two small islands are showing us how blockchain-friendly legislation can help encourage development that could affect the whole industry.

Money at Risk? Mobile Wallets Become New Battleground in Bitcoin Fork Debate

As bitcoin heads toward a controversial fork this November, debate is breaking out about how wallet users ? and their money ? might be impacted.

LedgerX Trades $1 Million in Bitcoin Derivatives in First Week

New York-based startup LedgerX has concluded a historic first week of cryptocurrency derivatives trading, reporting $1 million in exchanges.

BlackRock Strategist: There's No 'Right or Wrong' Price for Bitcoin

BlackRock Chief Investment Strategist Richard Turnill says cryptocurrencies are in a bubble right now, but that blockchain technology is promising.

TSMC: Cryptocurrency Mining Drove Strong Third Quarter Revenue

Cryptocurrency mining was a boon this past quarter for semiconductor foundry operator TSMC, according to new statements.

Bitcoin Breather? Higher Price Push Still Possible on Search Demand

The price of bitcoin continues to climb, and if price charts are any indication, there could be clear skies ahead.

Mastercard Expands Access to B2B Blockchain Payment Tools

Credit card giant Mastercard has opened access to its blockchain APIs, indicating it wants to focus on business-to-business and cross-border payments.

Islamic Development Bank to Research Sharia-Compliant Blockchain Products

Saudi Arabia's Islamic Development Bank (IDB) is developing sharia-compliant products based on blockchain technology.

Quiet Surge: Bitcoin Price Sets New High Above $6,000

Bitcoin's price has crossed the $5,900 mark for the first time, setting a new all-time high.

100 Diplomas: MIT Issues Graduate Certificates on a Blockchain App

Massachusetts Institute of Technology has used bitcoin's blockchain to issue digital diplomas to over 100 graduates as a part of a pilot project.

ECB President: Bitcoin Not 'Mature' Enough to Be Regulated

Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has said that cryptocurrencies are not "mature" enough to be regulated.

Every Asset Ever: Circle Pulls 'Trigger' on Investment Product Pipeline

Circle is seeking to expand, and this time it's made a key acquisition to further its interests in applying cryptocurrencies to mainstream investing.

Ether Prices Hold Above $300 as Fork Fears Fade

The price of ether continues to hold steady despite linger uncertainty surrounding a recent software upgrade.

Vote for CoinDesk's Most Influential People in Blockchain 2017

Who made the biggest impact this year? Complete our "Most Influential" survey for a chance to win a 50 percent discount for Consensus 2018.

DTCC Milestone: $11 Trillion in Derivatives Gets Closer to the Blockchain

Working through the issues of using ethereum's smart contract language, DTCC and Axoni move $11 trillion worth of derivatives closer to blockchain.

Russia's Government to Test Blockchain Land Registry System

The Russian Federation is launching a blockchain land-registration pilot project in 2018, according to the Ministry of Economic Development.

Cisco Seeks to Protect Blockchain System for IoT Device Tracking

In a new patent filing, tech giant Cisco describes a blockchain management system for monitoring Internet of Things devices on a network.

Microsoft CEO Challenges Swift: Build 'Useful' Blockchain Applications

The CEO of Microsoft believes blockchain can have "massive implications," a comment that helped close Swift's annual Sibos conference this year.