ProShares, a leading provider of exchange traded funds (ETFs), has recently submitted two new Bitcoin ETFs to the SEC for approval.
Grayscale’s application for Bitcoin Investment Trust has recently been withdrawn by NYSE Arca exchange.
AdEx and EloPlay – mutual collaboration to present an ad module that will offer a source of revenue for all of the participants in the advertising marketplace.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has collaborated with the Municipality of Rotterdam to launch a field lab for blockchain research.
Russia-based international farming network LavkaLavka has announced a crowdsale of its blockchain platform BioCoin starting on September 25.
Hitachi announced its reorganization into a new Internet of Things enterprise Hitachi Vantara.
Indian authorities are discussing the proposal to set up state-cryptocurrency ‘Lakshmi’ based on blockchain technology and backed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
Chineese authorities have ordered domestic Bitcoin exchanges to cease trading and immediately notify users of their closure.
The first of China’s bitcoin exchanges BTCChina (BTCC) has announced its shutting down the domestic cryptocurrency trading at the end of September. The recently appeared rumors that China is going to ban all domestic cryptocurrency exchanges are becoming reality.
The beginning of Kin token distribution event (TDE) launched by the Canadian social media giant Kik Interactive, was announced yesterday on September 12. Having already raised $50 million in a presale round, Kik aims to raise $125 million in total through the ICO (initial coin offering).
The Swiss municipality of Chiasso will accept tax payments in bitcoin starting from the beginning of 2018 in an attempt to make Switzerland a global hub for financial technologies and cryptocurrency start-ups and a world leader in bitcoin adoption.
Alexander Vinnik, alleged BTC-e operator arrested by the US Department of Justice in July, claims he is innocent of charges brought against him by the US government.
Bendigo Bank of Australia and Indian YES Bank bring Samsung Pay, a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Samsung, to its customers, giving them greater choice and the flexibility they’re looking for.