Alexandra SayapinaStaff Writer
Alexandra is a software engineer who specializes in core banking systems development for financial and IT spheres. Taking strong interest in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and IoT, Alexandra got deep understanding of the emerging techs believing in their potential to drive the future.
International Decentralised Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain has started an ambitious collaboration with the top information companies. This non-profit organization wants to raise awareness of the crypto sphere among entrepreneurs and increase its credibility.
The new project of a Korean e-commerce company TMON aims at creating blockchain-based digital payment system. The solution is expected to lower the fees and help small retailers compete against industry giants.
The combination of the best practices and customizable elements has led to the creation of B2Broker turnkey solution. Faster and cheaper than developing a proprietary crypto exchange, B2Broker is ready to offer a fully functional exchange for a reasonable price.
A qualified crypto custodian Kingdom Trust has announced its partnership with one of the Lloyd’s underwriters. The insurance coverage provided through the world’s leading insurance market is expected to attract more institutional investors to the crypto sphere.
High transaction fees, long lasting verification process, the third party commissions – all these factors can undermine the pleasures of the gambling industry. The new platform brings the benefits of decentralization to the betting markets.
The Chinese authorities make new attempts to block the access to the overseas crypto trading platforms. Local websites and WeChat accounts accused of providing crypto trading or ICO services also get under the hammer.
The offshoot of Bitcoin is one of the top cryptocurrencies of the world, but its commercial use casts a shadow over its successful future. But even when things go wrong, BCH remains supported by one of the most famous crypto investors.
The ticket sale for the UEFA Super Cup 2018 attracted the attention of both football fans and tech community as it was the first time the UEFA used blockchain-based mobile app to sell all the tickets. And it will not become the last one: the Union has already announced the intention to use the system at other football events.
The multinational company that provides a wide range of online services from e-commerce to initial coin offerings has signed strategic agreement with a private Swiss bank. The expected result is a fully customizable messaging platform used for the internal communication within a bank.
The first professional fantasy football league wants to give its members the perfect impression of being a team owner. The aim is ambitious, so are the funding expectations: the project wants to raise nearly $100 million.