IOST is a project that aims to build a secure and scalable blockchain for smart services. The project wants to be the choice platform for decentralized apps by attracting developers to its platform.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has created a research center to study big data and blockchain technology.
Established in 1949 in Beijing, the Chinese Academy of Sciences is the country’s federal science institution. It is the world’s largest research organization,
Multi-asset wallet provider Edge, formerly Airbitz, has added support for Monero (XMR) and Ripple (XRP).
The Edge wallet, released in February of this year, focuses primarily on providing a secure platform to hold and trade cryptocurrencies. It offers support for bitcoin,
Canadian FinTech firm Katipult has announced the pilot of its blockchain-based secondary trading software aimed at firms looking to launch a private or open exchange.
Katipult offers proprietary, cloud-based software infrastructure that allows client firms to design, set up, and operate their own branded investment platform across multiple distribution channels –
Today marked a landmark event for the cryptocurrency industry – the first mention of bitcoin in a US Supreme Court case. The cryptocurrency nod came in the dissenting opinion of Justice Stephen Breyer in the case Wisconsin Central Ltd v. United States.
Bitcoin briefly nudged above the $7,000 per single coin mark on at least one exchange over the last 24 hours, but fell back to the $6,700 range as cautious profit-taking apparently kicked in.
The Thursday market was all red arrows in the top ten coins,
What’s touted as the first blockchain-powered festival network is set to debut in San Francisco this fall, highlighted by a massive concert at Civic Center Plaza in the city.
The Our Music Festival (OMF) is a venture between dance music’s Justin Blau (who goes by 3LAU),
A key executive for Goldman Sachs has confirmed a long-standing rumor – the investment bank is looking to get into the cryptocurrency market beyond its current derivatives venture.
Chief operating officer David Solomon made the remarks in an interview with Bloomberg TV in China.
US House of Representative members will now be required to disclose holdings of cryptocurrencies that exceed $1,000.
In a memo published on June 18, the House Ethics Committee advised lawmakers that they must inlcude crypto holdings worth more than $1,000 in their annual financial disclosure report and reveal any transactions that exceed $1,000 within 45 days of the purchase or sale of the virtual asset.
Ann Cuisia-Lindayag is the CEO of blockchain startup TraXion. Cuisia-Lindayag has 20+ years of experience in information technology and has advised several women startup founders. Prior to serial entrepreneurship, she has advanced in the corporate scene of banking and finance and have spent good number of years in payments and fundraising.