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Toronto-based Coin Capital Investment Management (Coincapital) has announced two new exchange-traded funds (ETF) focused on blockchain and other innovative technologies.
Coin Capital Investment Management, the investment and portfolio management unit of Canadian crypto exchange Coinsquare, is dedicated to managing cryptocurrency investments.
SK Planet, a subsidiary of SK Telecom, South Korea’s largest wireless carrier, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the ICON Foundation for blockchain technology and business cooperation.
SK Planet is an Internet platform development company located in Pangyo,
Swiss company Crypto Valley Venture Capital (CV VC) has launched a blockchain incubator in Zug, Switzerland.
Founded in March 2017 as a government-backed consortium, CV VC is a next generation investment company that invest in all stages of blockchain development,
The New York University (NYU) is now offering students a major in blockchain technology.
Founded in 1831, NYU is a private nonprofit research university. It has grown into a uniquely international university, where students can study abroad at its degree-granting campuses in NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai,
Ant Financial, an affiliate company of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba, has established a new brand that will offer a full suite of technology products and services.
Called Ant Financial Technology, the new brand was announced at the 2018 Ant Technology Exploration Conference (ATEC) in Hangzhou,
PKO Bank Polski, Poland’s largest bank, has announced that it will launch a blockchain solution for its customer documents “in the coming days.”
Headquartered in central Warsaw, PKO Bank Polski employs around 29,000 people and has a full-year net profit of over 7 billion PLN (more than 2B USD).
There is no doubt that the cryptocurrency market has experienced a turbulent few months. Mass adoption is still a long way off and the market is still incredibly volatile – although perhaps to be expected from a market that is still in its infancy. However,
Global banks, energy companies and trading firms have joined forces to create a blockchain platform to transform the trade and commodities finance sector.
Dubbed komgo SA, the pltaform has been founded by ABN AMRO, BNP Paribas, Citi, Crédit Agricole Group, Gunvor, ING, Koch Supply &
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) is planning to create a FinTech digital sandbox that will allow banks, regulators, FinTech and blockchain firms to develop and test products and solutions in a live but controlled and regulated environment.
The sandbox will be supported by regulatory standards developed by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) of ADGM.