Telegram has put out its first app since its ICO, but that identity play has security researchers reeling.
Even though it's yet to gain much notoriety, token project Spectre is innovating in a trending area – private staking for proof-of-stake…
Two dapps on ethereum that bear all the hallmarks of Ponzi schemes are the most popular games on the site now.
Civic secures a high-quality URL from a longstanding internet company, raising the profile of the whole blockchain industry.
CoinList, arguably the top site for listing token sales, has chosen TrustToken as the fifth ICO to be hosted on its website.
Kik CEO Ted Livingston created the kin token so people could easily buy and sell digital stuff online. Now he's paying devs to make the stuff.
When the company that created EOS starts voting for validators, there will be little chance of winning a spot without earning its support.
Tezos announced its handing the blockchain over to the community after launch. And that's not the only way the project is similar to EOS.
A video-on-demand service that shares ad revenues with viewers and creators has raised more than half a billion bucks in a private token sale.
Seven EOS accounts were frozen to prevent token theft. But does this seemingly moral decision spell havoc for the broader crypto market?