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The authority has worked alongside Israeli tech firm Colu to create Belfast Coin, a virtual currency that will launch across the Northern Irish capital later th.....Read More
HTC is pulling its smartphones from two of China's largest online marketplaces, raising concerns about the brand's future.
The firm was the first to sell.....Read More
If true, the eBay integration could open the floodgates for mainstream adoption of digital currencies. eBay currently has more than 180 million registered users.....Read More
Britain may need to copy the United States in building a "super shield" against catastrophic cyber attacks or major IT glitches that could cripple the finance i.....Read More
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a narrow 5-4 decision written by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, ruled that a consumer lawsuit challenging Apple Inc.'s dominance of mobile .....Read More
Cryptopia, a cryptocurrency exchange headquartered in New Zealand, has halted trading and announced that it is now in liquidation.
In January, the exchan.....Read More