Cryptocurrency startup Coinbase said Tuesday that its U.S.-based users won't be able to add new credit cards as a payment option.

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Facebooks Libra partners remain cautious amid growing scrutiny from regulators

Facebook's Libra partners have reportedly signed non-binding agreements, meaning they're not obliged to promote or use the digital token and can abandon the project if they decide to do so.

The Next Web: Insights: Wednesday June 26, 2019

Facebooks Libra partners remain cautious amid growing scrutiny from regulators

Facebook's Libra partners have reportedly signed non-binding agreements, meaning they're not obliged to promote or use the digital token and can abandon the project if they decide to do so.

The Next Web: Wednesday June 26, 2019

Cyber criminals steal $27M in Bitcoin by impersonating popular cryptocurrency exchange

Police agencies from the UK and the Netherlands have arrested six people in connection with the theft of 24 million ($27 million) worth of cryptocurrency.

Crowdfund Insider: Wednesday June 26, 2019

FCA Competition Director Christopher Woolard Testifies before House Committee Fintech Task Force

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Director of Competition Christopher Woolard testified before the House Financial Services Committee Fintech Task Force tod

The Guardian - Bitcoin: Wednesday June 26, 2019

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The Next Web: Wednesday June 26, 2019

Opera officially launches its blockchain-ready browser for the iPhone

Opera already launched its cryptocurrency and blockchain-ready browser for Android and PC users. Today it launches its iPhone equivalent, Opera Touch.