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(Reuters) -Bitcoin dropped 1.77% to $50,269.9 on Saturday, losing $906.75 from its previous close.
LONDON/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The world's biggest central banks are revving up work on issuing digital cash, aiming to fend off emerging threats to traditional money and to make payments systems smoother.
(Reuters) - Evolving rules, environmental concerns and competition from central banks threaten to undermine many of the world's fast-growing crypto assets, crypto and macro experts said, while creating opportunities for those able to adapt.
NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Ethereum, the world's second largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalisation, touched a new peak on Wednesday, with participants citing media reports about the European Investment Bank's plans to launch a "digital bond" sale on the ethereum blockchain network.
NEW YORK/TOKYO: Ethereum, the world's second largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalisation, touched a new peak on Wednesday, with participants citing media reports about the European Investment Bank's plans to launch a "digital bond" sale on the ethereum blockchain network.
Nevada this week paused efforts to pass a bill that would allow technology companies to buy land and form quasi-local governments, following criticism that the proposal was part of a troubling trend of “smart cities” run by tech behemoths.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - INX Ltd, the blockchain-based global trading platform for digital securities and cryptocurrencies, said on Monday it expects to have raised $125 million in a security token and equity offering.
(Reuters) -The S&P Dow Jones Indices launched new cryptocurrency indexes, it said on Tuesday, further mainstreaming digital currencies including bitcoin and ethereum by bringing them to the trading floors of Wall Street.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China is turbocharging the pilot use of digital currency nationwide through an array of campaigns to boost consumption.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Billionaire Elon Musk dropped a surprise early in his hotly anticipated turn as host of "Saturday Night Live," saying in his monologue that he "is the first person with Asperger's" to host the show, before clowning through skits for the first global livestream of the NBCUniversal comedy show.