China’s Public Blockchain Rankings raise discontent with Bitcoin, the world’s largest and most dominant cryptocurrency, being ranked 13th due to the limited use of its blockchain network.
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The partnership will allow businesses in the United States send instant transactions to Santander customers in Britain via the blokchain technology.
Ripple aims to provide greater market transparency and certainty about current and future XRP supply by placing 55 billion XRP into a transparently managed escrow account.
Bitcoin’s share of the combined value of the cryptocurrency market decreased below 50% for the first time in the history of the virtual currency.
A number of the world’s leading banks have partnered to form Global Payments Steering Group, the first interbank group for payments based on the blockchain technology.
Ripple is proud to announce that it has significantly expanded the list of its customers and investors.
Mizuho has become one of the first Japanese banks to adopt blockchain using Ripple.
The San Francisco-based financial technology startup has announced partnerships with seven new banks to provide its blockchain platform for overseas payments.
BitLicense was granted after a thorough study of Ripple’s standards by New York Financial Watchdog.
The Royal Bank of Canada aims at transforming traditional transaction process to decrease operational costs and boost efficiency.