Category: U.S.

Palantir to Accept Bitcoin for Services, Considers Keeping BTC on Its Balance Sheet

Palantir Technologies, the Peter Thiel-backed, American software company specializing in big data analytics, announced Tuesday that company plans to accept bitcoin for services. Further, like a variety of corporate entities that are accepting and holding bitcoin, Palantir is considering keeping the asset on its balance sheet. Palantir Enters the Crypto Economy On Tuesday, Palantir Technologies […]

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Report: China’s Bitcoin Hashrate Dominance Dives, ‘North America Could Steal the Lead’

A newly published regional report shows that China’s hashrate has likely dropped to 55% while the U.S. has climbed to 11%. Another study predicts that it’s possible North America could overtake China in terms of hashrate by the end of 2021. Bitcoin Mining Farm Operator Says Mining Industry in North America Is Booming For years […]

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Bitcoin Depot Deploys Over 350 ATMs in the US, Global Number Exceeds 19,000

Cryptocurrency ATM operator Bitcoin Depot has launched 355 new teller machines across the United States. The announcement comes as the number of ATM locations supporting crypto-fiat exchange now exceeds 19,000 globally. US Company Bitcoin Depot Expands ATM Coverage in 40 States Bitcoin Depot, which runs a growing network of crypto teller machines in the U.S., […]

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Crypto assets discussed during G7 meeting, says U.S. Treasury Department

Crypto assets discussed during G7 meeting, says U.S. Treasury Department

Central bank officials and finance minister from the Group of 7 nations discussed crypto assets during a meeting, the Treasury Department said Monday. According to a readout from U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, the conversation primarily focused on the coronavirus pandemic but touched on other topics, including crypto assets. As the statement noted: “They also […]

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Ripple Co-founder Hints Shifting Base Out of the U.S, Blames Regulators

Former Ripple CEO and co-founder Chris Larsen recently spoke out his mind on crypto regulations in the U.S. and the lack of clarity. Speaking to the Fortune reporter Jeff John Roberts, Larsen said that excessive regulations have been hurting innovation. Thus, they are planning to move the Ripple headquarters from San Franciso to other crypto-friendly […]

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