Some details about the mysterious IMMO project leaked into the media this week, no one has any official or verified information on this confidential project though.
Goldman Sachs is appointing a new CEO David Solomon, who will replace the incumbent chief executive Lloyd Blankfein in October. With the new CEO, the bank is expected to add more bitcoin and other crypto services to its portfolio.
Mastercard has filed a patent application for a method of connecting blockchain-based assets to fiat currency accounts which will help to speed up crypto payments.
Founder of ICOBox and blockchain investment expert Nick Evdokimov shares his insights into what investors should examine in a blockchain startup before putting their money.
Litecoin founder Charlie Lee provided some details about recent acquisition of Litecoin Foundation, and stated that he expects to receive a board position at the German WEG bank, which will positively influence further adoption of cryptocurrencies in the bank’s operations.
Bitcoin is back with a bang trading above $7400 with the good news of growing institutional involvement in the crypto space.
The Japanese messaging app giant has launched a crypto-to-crypto exchange available in 15 languages. Low transaction fee and progressive security solutions are expected to attract users to the new global platform.
Afther months of delays, Japan’s banking giant SBI Holdings announced their new in-house cryptocurrency exchange is now available for users.
Financial services mobile app Robinhood has added support for a peer-to-peer digital currency called Dogecoin (DOGE) on its Robinhood Crypto Platform.
CFTC tells investors that digital tokens promoted by businesses may either be categorized as securities, derivatives, and commodities, depending on how they are structured.
A crypto startup Stronghold is launching a new stablecoin in partnership with IBM. The coin is pegged against the US dollar and is now available to institutional clients.
Blockchain has received support from the deputy director of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Xin Guobin, who urged the country to join forces to make blockchain as a “core” technology for the new digital economy.
After comprehensive review of the activity of cryptocurrency payment processor BitPay, the New York Department of Financial Services granted BitLicense to the company.