R3 Teams With Custodian Hex Trust to Help Asian Banks Sell Security Tokens

Hong Kong-based Hex Trust is partnering with the enterprise blockchain company to offer banking clients another option for issuing security tokens.

Will DeFi Matter in a Post-Coronavirus World? Feat. Matt Luongo

Keep Project founder Matt Luongo discusses launching a bridge between bitcoin and ethereum as well as what the world looks like for BTC and DeFi after COVID-19.

Binance Donated $2.4M in Coronavirus Medical Supplies; CZ Pledges More

Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said his exchange had donated $2.4 million in crypto to buying medical supplies to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak, and plans to donate up to $5 million total.

Ether-Bitcoin Price Volatility Spread Hits 4-Month Low

Some cryptocurrencies are hairier rides than others. But there may not be much difference in price volatility between the top two in the months ahead.

Blockchain Gaming, Messaging Apps See User Growth Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns

Coronavirus lockdowns have led to a relative surge in a small corner of the cryptocurrency space: its more casual and entertaining end.

Looking for a Safe Haven Digital Asset? Try Gold

Gold has traditionally been a safe place to invest during market turmoil. Now there's a new option: tokenized gold, says the CEO of Smart Valor, a European exchange.

Bitcoin News Roundup for April 3, 2020

Bitcoin bumps up and mining machines are dropping in price. It's CoinDesk's Markets Daily podcast.

Non-Custodial Exchange Hodl Hodl Bringing Private Bitcoin Trading to BlueWallet Users

The BlueWallet app will soon offer KYC-free bitcoin trades via an integration with the peer-to-peer Hodl Hodl exchange.

Cambrial Capital to Shut Down After Coronavirus Tanks Markets: Sources

Cambrial Capital, a crypto-focused fund of funds, is quietly winding down its operations, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

Cambrial Capital to Shut Down After Coronavirus Tanks Markets: Sources

Cambrial Capital, a crypto-focused fund of funds, is quietly winding down its operations, according to two sources familiar with the matter.