Blockchain Investment Platform Brightvine Partners with Angel Oak Venture to Create Mortgage NFTs

Announcements, Blockchain, Innovation, News | May 2, 2022 By:

Brightvine, a blockchain-powered investment platform, has teamed with Angel Oak Ventures, a mortgage issuer who will use Brightvine’s Web3 technology to tokenize Non-QM portfolios and create Mortgage NFTs.

Brightvine is on a mission to extend access and expand wealth by enabling vetted issuers of high-quality real-world assets to create new connections with today’s forward thinking digital investors.

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Blockchain-Based Investment Firm Invictus Capital Launches Digital Wallet

Blockchain, Investing, News | June 2, 2020 By:

Alternative investment firm Invictus Capital has launched a new digital wallet to enable blockchain investment via credit cards.

Founded in 2017, Invictus Capital is grounded in the idea that investment should be democratized, made more affordable, and conscientious. Using blockchain technology and a scientific-data approach to radically transform the investment industry,

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Blockchain Investment Firm CoinFund Invests In Crypto Derivatives Platform Delta Exchange

Blockchain, Investing, News | May 27, 2020 By:

Crypto derivatives platform Delta Exchange has received an undisclosed investment from New York-based blockchain investor CoinFund.

Delta Exchange is pioneering the sphere of stablecoin-settled contracts and supplying one of the largest markets for Altcoin Futures. The company’s mission is to provide efficient ways for retail and institutional investors to participate in derivatives trading.

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Blockchain Investment Bubble Is Obvious – People’s Bank of China

Blockchain, News, Regulation | November 7, 2018 By:

The People’s Bank of China (PBoC), the country’s central bank, said that blockchain investment bubbles are apparent, and that the government should strengthen supervision.

In a working paper titled “What can a blockchain do and cannot do?,” the Research Bureau of the PBoc advised local Chinese government agencies to enhance supervision of financing into the blockchain sector in order to prevent “speculation,

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