Founded in 2005 in Paris, Amalto develops and operates business-to-business (B2B) document exchange software solutions and provides system integration services.
Brisbane Airport is the primary international airport serving Brisbane and South East Queensland. It is the third-busiest Australian airport by aircraft movements.
Online marketplace Listia has raised $15 million in an initial coin offering (ICO). Listia drew funding from more than 4,000 people during the sale.
The ICO ended in about 12 minutes after it hit the hard-cap of $15 million. Contributors to the sale include ConsenSys Ventures and Tetras Capital.
Tel-Aviv-based blockchain startup Synereo has announced its migration plans to the ethereum blockchain.
Synereo issued its native cryptocurrency AMP in early 2015. It powers Synereo’s network of liberated attention economy products, where it incentivizes users to reward each other for value-creation acts directly.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin is reportedly set to launch a crypto trading service in South Korea next month.
Local media publications in South Korea reported that OKCoin will be launching a joint operation in partnership with NHN Entertainment, one of the biggest multi-billion dollar game developers in the country.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has appointed Ron Resnick as its first Executive Director. Resnick will be hosting an EEA event at the upcoming World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on January 23.
Formed in February of this year,
NBA basketball team the Dallas Mavericks will accept cryptocurrency payments for tickets starting next season, according to owner and investor Mark Cuban.
A Dallas Mavericks fan asked Cuban on Twitter about the possibility of purchasing game tickets with bitcoin. Cuban simply answered, “Next season.”
Crypto gaming platform The Abyss is planning to hold its token sale through the world’s first DAICO event, a new method for decentralized fundraising.
The Abyss is a digital distribution platform that aims to deliver all types of video games to the fast-growing global game community.
London broker Valutrades has added bitcoin, ethereum and Litecoin to its contracts-for-difference (CFD) trading.
Formerly known as Monex Capital, Valutrades is the UK subsidiary of Indonesian forex broker Monex Investindo Futures, which is licensed by Indonesia’s regulatory agency, BAPPEBTI. In the UK,
Austrian cryptocurrency brokerage platform BitPanda, formerly known as Coinimal, has fully integrated Bitcoin Cash (BCH) into its platform. The cryptocurrency becomes the fifth listed coin, joining bitcoin, ethereum, Litecoin, and Dash.
“Due to the cancellation of the planned Segwit2x fork in November,