Libra project lead David Marcus said Facebook would consider making its cryptocurrency a "stablecoin" tied to real currencies.
Zscaler said that InnfiRAT targets cryptocurrency wallets in addition to stealing browser information, taking screenshots of emails, and more.
France's economy and finance minister, Bruno Le Maire, spoke against Facebook's Libra coin during an OECD conference about cryptocurrencies.
Some of the backers of Facebook's Libra digital currency are considering terminating their partnership with Facebook to avoid government scrutiny.
The IRS sent "educational letters" to 10,000 people who "potentially failed to report income and pay the resulting tax from virtual currency transactions."
The People's Bank of China is ready to start rolling out the digital currency it's been working on since 2014.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with an Italian website that he thinks China would be able to compete with Facebook's cryptocurrency, Libra.
A developer ported a limited version of Windows XP to the Bitcoin SV blockchain to demonstrate the potential of its larger blocks.
U.S. House representatives has called on Facebook to immediately suspend the development of its Libra digital currency. Facebook hasn't responded yet.
Facebook announced a new subsidiary focused on financial services, Calibra, and the accompanying Libra cryptocurrency.
A new bill would make mining, holding, buying, or selling a cryptocurrency punishable by a 10-year prison sentence in India.
Security Research Labs revealed that Ethereum’s network could be vulnerable to attack because node operators suck at installing updates.
Bitmain disclosed on May 7 that it decreased its Bitcoin mining production by 88% in the last 30 days, and it hasn't said why.
Binance revealed on May 7 that hackers stole 7,000 bitcoin--which is worth nearly $41 million at the current exchange rate--in a single transaction.
Facebook is reportedly planing on introducing a cryptocurrency and crypto-based payment system, in a effort code named Project Libra.
E*Trade reportedly plans to branch out from traditional investing by allowing its users to trade Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Chinese regulars issued a revised list of industries and activities that should be phased out or eliminated, among which also included cryptocurrency mining.
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