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The company aims to become the first next-generation cryptocurrency network to allow users engage with other investors and exchange investing ideas.
We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Po.et, a project aimed at helping its partners to solve major issues faced by the digital media industry.
The major software producer has announced a new smart home device to provide a simple way to monitor home air quality and ensure energy savings.
The new members of the consortium include payments giant Mastercard, technology conglomerate Cisco Systems, as well as the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.
The government aims to facilitate the growth of the financial technology in the country by providing favorable jurisdiction for cryptocurrency projects.
The UK-based payments company will use the investments to further expand its operations and allow users to purchase and sell digital currency.
The globe’s largest bitcoin ATM network has expanded its portfolio with the launch of five new machines in Arizona, bringing the total number of ATMs to 116.
With the new cryptocurrency trading platform, investors will be able to increase their revenues, as well as improve their investment knowledge.
A cryptocurrency gaming platform will allow players to securely trade their virtual tokens and use them on eSports gambling and betting services.
This new formation social network will give a new breath to the industry.
A blockchain-based smart contracts platform is in the process of running its ICO, which already brought the company a record amount of funding.
The blockchain startup has raised a record amount during its crowdsale, overcoming the previous record set by an Ethereum-based platform Bancor.
Regulatory authorities in Denmark and Singapore have announced a cooperation agreement to boost financial technology innovation in both countries.