Fiat-to-crypto gateway solution Banxa has raised $2 million in a Series A funding round led by blockchain investment firm NGC Ventures. The round also saw participation from Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed Thorney Investment Group Australia, a multi-billion dollar family office that offers asset management,
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published an investor alert warning the public against Initial Exchange Offerings (IEO).
An IEO is a token sale supervised by a crypto exchange. IEOs are available exclusively to the exchange’s users,
Beijing Tong, a mobile app developed by Beijing’s municipal government, has reportedly registered over 1,000 business offices on its “menu blockchain” system.
Beijing Tong has been developed to promote “smart governance,” while streamlining public service provision to Beijing’s residents. The “menu blockchain” system records data collected from different government units and ensures that it is immutable.
CHO is one of the largest producers of olive oil in the southern Mediterranean.
Blockchain firm SIMBA Chain has closed a $1.5 million seed financing round with Notre Dame’s Pit Road Fund, Elevate Ventures, First Source Capital, and individual angel investors.
SIMBA Chain is a wholly owned entity of Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies (ITAMCO).
Fnality was founded last year to drive much needed change in the financial services world.
Notaries—the undeniably integral entities intertwined deeply with any and all legal affairs. We all know the drill. You show up in person, you pay a fee, you make some signatures, you get a seal on your legal document and you’re good to go, right?
Blockchain startup Nervos Network is investing $30 million into a new developer fund.
Nervos is a network of scaleable and interoperable blockchains built on top of an open network – which the company calls the Common Knowledge Base (CKB). CKB is built as a security anchor for all blockchains in the Nervos Network.
Bitcoin Association, the global industry organization for the business of bitcoin, has announced its first “Satoshi Nakamoto Scholarship” to a 2nd year human genomics PhD student at Cambridge University.
The scholarship, named after bitcoin’s creator Satoshi Nakamoto, supports study and technological development of real world blockchain applications made possible by bitcoin’s original design,
Welcome to 2020. With Facebook’s announcement of Libra and J.P. Morgan’s introduction of JPM Coin last year, it has become clear that the future of business involves blockchain technology. What this means in practice, however, is harder to pinpoint. There has historically been a philosophical divide when it comes to blockchain.