Cryptocurrencies are no longer a passing fad – blockchain is changing the standards of the financial systems. Bitcoin, Ether and Ripple have initially stimulated the development of numerous start-ups, but today they experience the increasing interest on the part of traditional financial institutions.
CoinMetro, a decentralized financial service provider designed to facilitate compliance of Blockchain-based setups with country-specific regulatory requirements, raises over 11.5 Million EUR from its TGE.
Square, digital payments company, continues buying and selling Bitcoin. Experts believe that one day the firm could launch a cryptocurrency exchange.
The fund will also make indirect investments through Venture Capital funds whose priorities in technologies like the Blockchain.
Cryptocurrency trading platforms now have a serious competitor: Robinhood Crypto offers services to its users absolutely free of charge.
Having ambitious plans to replace PayPal, Lydia has already become a mobile payment leader in France and is not going to stop.
Singapore proves to be one of the most important Asia-based fintech hubs – and the role of the government in this success can hardly be overestimated.
Square’s Cash App will incorporate Bitcoin trading facility at zero commission charges.
Following outstanding ICO performance where London-based fintech company has managed to reach the $24M threshold, world first-class financial and innovative experts now include BlockEx in the TOP100 most influential companies of blockchain industry.
The Gibraltar-based fintech startup PayPro will offer their clients a decentralized portfolio of financial services to guarantee the protection of their interests. ICO is on the way.
Robinhood’s zero commission approach for its clients will surely give other crypto exchange a run-for-its-money.
Stripe stops handling bitcoin on April 23 due to transaction-connected prolems. However, the company stays optimistic about other cryptocurrencies, planning to add support for other coins in the future.
The consumer launch of UK-based startup Curve was described as a major milestone for the whole fintech industry on its way to disrupt conventional banking system. Up until now, the service was running in beta version exclusively available to business users.