Founded in 2013, Bitcoin Suisse offers prime brokerage, storage, lending, payments and other crypto-financial services.
OKEx Jumpstart, the token sale platform of cryptocurrency exchange OKEx, will be launching its 9th token sale on November 14 with blockchain startup ROAD.
Launched earlier this year, Jumpstart serves similarly to the initial coin offering (ICO) model, allowing firms to sell tokens to finance early-stage projects.
The Chinese digital currency is gearing up to be the first of its kind, and most of the countries are slowly but surely starting to see it as a serious problem.
The idea of the CBDC (Chinese Bank Digital Currency) was to somehow combat Facebook’s Libra,
Digital travel company Webjet has unveiled a new blockchain-based technology that enables error free hotel bookings.
Established in 1998, Webjet is a digital travel business spanning both global consumer markets (through B2C) and wholesale markets (through B2B). It has operations in Australia,
Headquartered in London, Standard Chartered is a multinational banking and financial services company that operates a network of more than 1,200 branches and outlets,
The healthcare system as we know it is flawed and inefficient. The issues that have plagued it for decades, such as arduous administrative duties and the lack of a unified and coherent system of records, continue to plague it today. For an industry that incorporates the work of countless different stakeholders,
The Apollo Foundation has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the nation of Lesotho, an enclaved country within the border of South Africa, to develop and implement blockchain technology in various government departments and initiatives.
The Apollo Foundation maintains development,
Founded in 2007, eToro is a regulated global brokerage firm for trading cryptocurrencies, stocks, commodities, ETFs and more. It has created a global community of more than ten million registered users who share their investment strategies and anyone can follow the approaches of those who have been the most successful.
In an age where social media is ubiquitous, and privacy intrusions are commonplace, the current social media hegemony has come into question. Particularly concerning Facebook, which along with its control of WhatsApp and Instagram encompasses more than 1 billion users, the harvesting of data and the “free” nature of the advertising paradigm appears tenuous amid rising public dismay with the social media giant’s influence.
Recently, the prominent intergovernmental organization Financial Action Task Force (FATF) shared its draft guidance on digital identity, which is intended to “address emerging security and transparency issues as the process of financial transactions become more digital.” This guidance is targeted towards governments, regulated entities and other stakeholders with the bold mission of enforcing anti-money laundering (AML) and counter financing terrorism (CFT) regulations.