Canada-based professional services provider drives blockchain adoption with the integration of bitcoin payments at its Toronto office’s restaurant.
The Qtum Foundation has conducted one of the most successful crowdsale campaigns having sold $10 million of its tokens in the first 90 minutes.
One of the largest bitcoin exchanges has released a first mobile app that will enable transfers in more than a hundred different currencies, including gold and silver.
A blockchain technology startup has made two announcements that are part of the company’s strategy to facilitate the adoption of distributed ledger applications.
Buyers will no longer need to use their debit cards to pay for purchases as the credit card giant developed a new pair of glasses embedded with a tiny payment chip.
The bank will buy the technology, developed by Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), to drive the expansion of its smartphone payment application Chase Pay.
The countries have announced a new partnership that is expected to promote further development of the fintech ecosystem in Japan and Singapore.
GV, formerly known as Google Ventures, took part in a $25 million funding round together with Sapphire Ventures, Anthemis and other investors.
The Qtum Foundation aims at wider blockchain adoption and makes great efforts to adapt existing products and services for the new technology.
The companies have announced plans to launch a new distributed ledger platform that is expected to change and improve the global logistics industry.
In today’s world, Fintech companies almost compete directly with in most areas of the financial sector to sell financial services to customers across the globe.
Android Pay is expanding its support in the United States, while South Korean electronics giant Samsung is preparing to launch its mobile payment platform in India.
Thomson Reuters, PwC, UBS and other companies have established a new blockchain group in Switzerland to facilitate the growth of the blockchain ecosystem.