As we embark on a new decade for blockchain, it is worth reflecting on how far we’ve come. The biggest movements of 2019 revolved around institutional involvement in the space with industry giants such as Facebook and JP Morgan dipping their toes in the water,
The Bank of Lithuania, the country’s central bank, is planning to issue a blockchain-based digital collector coin.
In a press release, the bank said that the board has approved the sample of the physical version of the digital collector coin,
Crypto banking startup Cashaa has announced the launch of a “Crypto Business/Broker” account.
Based in the United Kingdom, Cashaa is a “new age bank” where they welcome crypto businesses. They have created a unique solution to serve the banking needs of businesses who want to use crypto without cutting themselves from the existing banks,
Last year, Bitcoin was one of the world’s best performing investments. While prices never rose to the heights of the boom from a few years ago, it still more than doubled from the beginning of the year. A $50,000 Bitcoin investment in January 2019, would have been worth nearly $100,000 at the start of 2020.
Gemini, a New York-based crypto exchange founded by the Winklevoss twins, has launched a captive insurance company to insure its crypto custodian firm Gemini Custody.
Licensed by the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA), the captive insurance company, called Nakamoto, will allow Gemini Custody to increase its insurance capacity beyond the coverage currently available in the commercial insurance market.
Cryptocurrency firm Temtum has announced the release of its iOS and Android mobile wallet application.
Temtum is a fully deployed digital currency that claims to be ultra-fast, quantum-secure, infinitely scalable and energy efficient. Developed following five years of academic research, Temtum aims to solve the fundamental limitations of blockchain networks,
Cryptocurrency fraud is a persistent problem. High-profile fraudulent ICOs and major scam offerings grab headlines, undermine public trust, and slow the pace of mainstream crypto adoption.
OneCoin was the epitome of crypto fraud: lavish marketing spin masking the absence of any tangible blockchain technology,
The Digital Dollar Foundation has teamed with professional services giant Accenture to advance exploration of a United States Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
Formed by former Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) chair J. Christopher Giancarlo, Charles Giancarlo and Daniel Gorfine, the Digital Dollar Foundation is a not-for-profit organization created to launch the Digital Dollar Project,
European have been dealing with the idea of letting some of their favorite companies go in the coming 3 years due to a new announcement from the European Securities and Markets Authority.
You see, ESMA is the regulatory authority that is governing the financial markets of the European Union.
Bit Trade enables fast, simple and secure trading of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by tapping into global exchanges and aggregating prices. Since launching in 2013, the firm quickly built a strong reputation for offering intuitive and sophisticated products without compromising security or regulatory compliance.