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KodakONE Blockchain Beta Test Generates $1 Million

KodakONE, who is the developer of a blockchain-based image platform licensed by photographic industry giant Kodak, has reportedly generated over $1 million in licensing claims for image rights during a limited beta test of its platform. Read more here!

Ethereum Returns as Top Altcoin by Market Cap

Ethereum has beaten Ripple to reclaim its position as the biggest altcoin by market cap, according to data released on January 2. Read more here!

Bitcoin, Major Cryptocurrencies Stay in Negative Territory

Most top cryptocurrencies are witnessing discreet to moderate losses, while a handful report gains. Bitcoin’s price hovers under $3,800 again, according to data. Read more here!

Circle Co-Founder Says Bitcoin will be Worth a “Great Deal More”

Jeremy Allaire, who is the co-founder of crypto finance company Circle, said in an interview on Friday that bitcoin will be worth “a great deal more” than it is at present. Read more!

Vermont Creates Working Group for Blockchain Tech

Vermont, which is the second smallest state in the United States by population, has formed a working group that consists of agencies with a goal towards studying blockchain technology. Read more here!

Bitcoin Slips on Taxation Pressures from G20 Summit

Bitcoin and other major digital currencies all slumped on Monday in Asia, with pressures coming from reports that G20 leaders had called for taxes on cryptocurrencies during a summit over the weekend held in Argentina. Read more!

Bitcoin Soars on NASDAQ Bitcoin Futures Plan

Bitcoin and other bigger digital currencies’ prices all traded higher on Thursday in Asia on news that the NASDAQ is set to introduce bitcoin futures in the first quarter of next year. Read more here!

Ethereum Sees Biggest 1-Day Jump since September

Ethereum traded at $119.61 on major indexes on Monday, higher 10.10 percent on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage jump since September 21. Read more here!

Bitcoin Rallies After Massive Weekend Selloff

Bitcoin rallied 7 percent on Monday in Asia after slipping below $3,500 on Sunday. Other major currencies also rallied. Read more here!