Cointelegraph argues that China's decision to ban cryptocurrency mining worked out pretty well for Bitcoin.
China has reportedly discovered illicit cryptocurrency miners stealing electricity from government organizations.
The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network said Bitcoin is the most popular method of payment for ransomware.
Authorities in Alberta, Canada are reportedly mulling a $7.1 million fine for an illegal Bitcoin-mining power plant.
SEC chair Gary Gensler discussed cryptocurrencies in general, decentralized finance and stablecoins in front of Congress.
A decentralized finance platform called Compound Labs mistakenly gave away $162 million worth of its COMP token.
El Salvador announced that it's officially started to mine Bitcoin using renewable energy that was drawn from a volcano.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba will officially end sales of any crypto-related goods and services on its platform as cryptocurrency becomes illegal in China.
Our GPU price index tracks graphics cards sales and prices on eBay, which remained mostly flat over the couple of weeks.
Kyrgyzstan officials have reportedly shut down 500 cryptocurrency mining farms to protect their power grid.
The operator of two cryptocurrency hedge funds later revealed to be scams has been sentenced to 90 months in prison.
OpenSea revealed that its head of product used insider knowledge to buy NFTs set to be featured on its platform.
Ethereum's hashrate reached an all-time high, despite fears the recent hard fork would push miners away from the platform.
El Salvador has reportedly decided to exempt foreign investors from taxes related to Bitcoin speculation.
Mysterious Navi 22-powered graphics card emerges in China with a mining performance of 39.06 MH/s in Ethereum.