American manufacturer of gaming computer equipment and peripherals, Corsair Components Inc. came up with an initiative to save powerful graphics cards, which "soulless miners" instead of games are exploiting only for mining cryptocurrencies.
Technology giant Intel is working on a hardware "accelerator" for mining, which will reduce energy costs in the production of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
On the night of Friday, March 30th, the price of the first cryptocurrency fell below $7,000, approaching the lows that were reached in early February this year. Now we are experiencing a rebound of around 8% and the Bitcoin price is again over $7,000.
The mobile payment operator Korea Pay has announced a partnership with the Bithumb exchange, which is the second largest trading volume in the country (after Upbit).
The Lithuanian gateway for cryptocurrency, Coingate signed an agreement with the e-commerce application Prestashop. The partnership will allow more than 80 thousand European shops to accept bitcoin and other crypto-currencies as a payment method.
1,000 Americans were interviewed within the framework of a research conducted by LendEDU. Most popular cryptocurrencies have become a frequent response among millennials.
Head of Fundstrat Global Advisors, Tom Lee is convinced that the bearish trend in the market of altcoins is coming to an end, but the best investment, in his opinion, remains Bitcoin.
Crypto market was a massacre for the most of the investors and traders in the last few weeks and after the G20 some positive signals started to show up.
The Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, which as a result of hacking in January, stolen NEM coins for $534 million, stops working with anonymous cryptocurrencies Monero, Dash, and ZCash.
Abra announced support for 20 cryptocurrencies and 50 fiat currencies in a new version of their mobile app that includes a real-time exchange service across all 70 currencies.
Team Dash announced a partnership and integration with the British online payment provider Payza.
Google has decided to follow the example of Facebook and Instagram and, if not block, at least significantly tighten the rules for advertising various crypto-currencies and, in particular, the initial offers of coins (ICO).
On Tuesday, March 13, the number of active nodes on Lightning Network (LN) in the main bitcoin network exceeded the mark of 1000.
Thanks to a partnership with the largest South Korean exchange Bithumb, the online hotel booking service Yeogi Eottae will accept cryptocurrencies payments.