Bi-partisan legislation is making its way through Congress as lawmakers push to define and find uses for blockchain tech in government.
The launch of a Facebook stable coin could be closer than we think. Here's the rumor roundup.
The social network set up a company called Libra Networks to work on its own payments and blockchain systems, according to a Swiss news site.
Clearer rules for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will help the US innovate, argues Yang, a Democratic candidate for president.
Ed Felten's startup, Offchain Labs, hopes its speed and trustworthiness will prove blockchain skeptics wrong.
The purported coin is geared for ordinary money transfers and not investment speculation, according to the New York Times.
Other app developers will be able to tap into the tech as soon as the second half of 2019.
Leaked images show a purported Galaxy S10 with a "Blockchain KeyStore."
The startup hopes its privacy-respecting system will clean up the toxic parts of today's ad tech so you can actually enjoy free websites again.
Luxury watchmaker Hublot thinks it's time for watches with a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency theme.
But the distributed, data-protecting storage technology already is being used in the midterm elections.
Preorders for the HTC Exodus 1 are now open, with an expected ship date in December.
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