Eugenia graduated from Minsk State Linguistic University with a degree in Intercultural Communication, Translation/Interpretation (Italian, English). Currently she works as a business analyst, freelance interpreter and tutor. She’s fond of numismatics, photos, good books and sports, adores travelling and cooking.
ChangeTip, California-based ChangeCoin’s product, is going to let users express appreciation and make payments via monetary tips.
BBVA, the Spanish banking giant, is going to invest $250m in Propel’s funds as a limited partner.
Blockchain has appeared to be in the limelight of multiple financial companies within the past year. This digital public database is redefining what is possible within the fintech ecosystem and beyond.
Sony Corp to acquire Israel’s Altair Semiconductor Ltd making a great push to its Internet of Things aim.
Neura, a startup helping users personalize connected devices while protecting their data, has raised $11 million to extend its “business reach and make the service ubiquitous.”
Now, customers can use their bitcoins to buy the 21 Bitcoin Computer, the tool allowing developers to build various Bitcoin-related apps.
A digital currency developed by The Royal Canadian Mint was purchased by nanoPay, a loyalty and payment platform based in Toronto, and is going to come back to the market.
The infographic from Car Leasing Made Simple talks about either the first self-driving car prototypes that date back to the 1920’s or the modern autonomous vehicles.
On April 8, 2016, venture capital fund Nextury Venture, in association with Vilnius City Municipality, will host “The Bitcoin Conference 2016” attract startups, firms, and investors from all over the world to Lithuania.
15 UK start-ups were selected for the 2016 Fintech Innovation Lab London, the fintech accelerator programme, from a leading global professional services company Accenture.
R3 CEV, the firm leading a consortium of banks to expand a common blockchain framework, is in the market for unique talent.
The most discussed cryptocurrency is 7 years old! Incredible as it may seem, in 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto generated Bitcoin’s first block of transactions.