Since tether lost parity with the U.S. dollar, its supply has dropped by a quarter as tokens flow back to the issuing company’s “treasury” wallet.
In theory, traders can redeem USDT for dollars with the issuer, Tether Ltd. Instead, they appear to be cashing out through Kraken.
Sujay Jaladi will leave Ripple to join another blockchain startup, Harbor.
The Bibox exchange dominates trading in the Gemini Dollar, the Winklevoss twins’ month-old stablecoin. Its volume surged when tether’s peg broke.
English or Mandarin? Telegram or WeChat? EOS is finding governance isn’t just about code.
Can a “faster, better, cheaper” Augur attract the user base it needs in order to succeed?
Ripple’s “800-pound gorilla” in the room is whether financial institutions will actually use cryptocurrencies in cross-border payments.
It wasn’t about what Clinton had to say. It was about putting Clinton on the stage.
During Ripple’s annual Swell conference, CEO Brad Garlinghouse announced three firms that will use XRP in commercial cross-border payments.
After months of debate, Siacoin’s founder is announcing a fork. That’s good news for his other project, which will have the coin’s only working ASICs.