Cryptocurrency brokerage Coinbase is preparing to make the largest acquisition in its nearly seven-year history, sources close to the situation say. Citing people “directly involved with the discussions,” CoinDesk reports that Coinbase is in talks to acquire Earn.com, a platform that allows users to earn cryptocurrency by replying to emails and completing other microtasks such as registering for token airdrops or completing surveys. Continue reading Coinbase in Talks to Acquire Earn.com
Coinbase announced today it’s intention to add ERC20 support to several of its suite of products. Historically, Coinbase announcements have caused huge retail influxes of retail investors, erratic price swings, and even allegations of market manipulation. That’s why it was a surprise today when Coinbase‘s latest announcement came not with a bang but a bearish whimper. Prices are down across the board today and there has been very little reaction to Coinbases momentous announcement. Whether or not the market chooses to react in the next 24 hours, one thing is for sure. Coinbase’s addition of ERC20 support will have wide-reaching effects around the cryptocurrency markets for years to come and cannot be overlooked. Continue reading Coinbase Announces Support for Ethereum ERC20 Tokens
A leading Wall Street research firm has slashed price targets for leading chipmakers Nvidia and AMD, claiming that it has received confirmation that cryptocurrency mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain has begun producing Ethereum ASIC miners. Continue reading Bitmain Has Developed an Ethereum ASIC Miner?
Litecoin creator Charlie Lee and the Litecoin Foundation have each apologized for failing to conduct due diligence on LTC-based payment processing startup LitePay, which has sparked allegations of conducting an exit scam due to its abrupt closure. Continue reading Charlie Lee, Litecoin Foundation Apologize After LitePay Vanishes
With the announcement of Binance’s relocation to Malta, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, it becomes increasingly clear that Malta is on the best track to become a blockchain hub. This is also evident from the prominence of the first Malta Blockchain Summit, set to take place at Intercontinental in St Julian’s in November 2018. The summit will cover four conferences and is expected to attract no less than 4000 delegates, 100 speakers and 150 sponsors and exhibitors from prominent players in within blockchain and DLT. Continue reading Malta on best track to become a blockchain hub