Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have become virtual currency millionaires. They try to save their bitcoin fortune cutting up their private key and keeping it in different bank vaults.
The price of virtual currency has been climbing as the Securities and Exchange Commission is on the way to approve the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund.
The exchange, founded by the Winklevoss twins, has unveiled a new option to enable its clients instantly trade their digital funds via the platform.
Chinese biggest bitcoin exchanges unveiled on Sunday they will impose trading fees, as the government is tightening control over digital currency.
The New York Department of Financial Services approved the virtual currency and money transmitter license for Coinbase after a thorough review of its applications.
On Wednesday, Swiss finance minister, Ueli Maurer, unveiled the government’s project to drive innovation in the country by easing regulation for fintech startups.
As the interest in blockchain grows, numerous educational programs appear all over the world to give developers a clear understanding of the technology.
Although the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust was initially listed on Nasdaq, Winklevoss brothers have decided to change it to BATS Global Markets.
Coinbase has also changed the name of the platform as it is going to add more digital assets for trading.
Capgemini and Efma publish an annual report on Retail Banking that highlights points of view of banking customers and banking executives from around the world on FinTech.
Most bitcoin experts agree that bitcoin’s price will continue its growth in 2016.
The bitcoin is anticipated to continue growing in 2016, according to some industry players.