Ahead of traditional public listing, the Swarm platform enables institutional investors to reserve their stake in a fund created for the purpose of holding equity in Robinhood.
Instead of waiting for the Bitcoin ETFs, U.S. investors will now be able to trade exchange-traded-notes like the Bitcoin Tracker One.
A meeting involving the South Korean finance ministry reveals country’s intention to nourish cutting-edge industries accelerating an innovative growth.
Petro cryptocurrency is to receive an official status of the Venezuelan second official currency, which is believed to be a tool for overcoming economic difficulties.
A number of prominent companies participated in $32 million Series B funding round of Axoni, the software developer from New York.
Famous ad-blocker and privacy defender, a blockchain-based browser Brave now adds a tipping service available for Twitter and Twitch streamers.
Called bond-i, which stands for Blockchain Offered New Debt Instrument, the bond will become the first one to be managed completely with blockchain technology.
While centralized frameworks lack transparency often misusing individuals’ information, blockchain projects like Metaverse create the new future for online identities bringing yet another win for the blockchain tech.
The move comes a few months since the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced its intention to promote fintech growth by offering a global regulatory sandbox.
The Central Election Commission of Ukraine is considering a possibility to use NEM’s Blockchain for local and national elections.
The state of West Virginia is going to provide troops serving abroad with a mobile voting app for the midterm elections.
A Starbucks spokesperson said that they won’t directly accept digital token payments but will help their customer spend their holdings at the outlet.