QuickX, a blockchain project backed by by an ex-politician from of Malta, is to improve the process of conducting transactions on a decentralized platform.
U.S.-based mobile stock trading app Robinhood has added two new cryptocurrencies to the growing stable of digital assets that users can trade free of charge.
The deal will let Monzo users send money from their current account to 16 of the most popular currencies, with some more added in the future.
Now Venmo users will have more opportunities to use their Venmo balances, as PayPal will offer them debit cards for payments in the real world.
Stock trading app Robinhood is constantly working on offering new services for its clients. Now it is going to get a license to perform banking services.
Amid Bitcoin growth after quite a long-term downward trending, fintech startups livened up offering their solutions to the crypto industry. Here are the top 3 definitely worth monitoring in 2018.
The country’s central bank – The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) – sees no sense in having its own digital currency given that already existing infrastructure is quite robust and efficient.
Dong He, deputy director of the IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department, published an article where he suggested that crypto assets may reduce demand for central bank money and proposed central banks create their own digitized assets.
Meet Akropolis, a blockchain-based project that aims to create a safer financial future for humanity becoming the largest alternative pensions infrastructure in the world.
Despite it seems that all odds are against Invacio, its team shows enough power and will to courageously overcome emerging obstacles on the way toward their goal.
The EOS blockchain project was notified about “a series of epic vulnerabilities” just a couple of days before its official launch.
While digital industry is flooded by zillions of new startups aiming to solve more or less real-world problems with blockchain tech, there are three projects definitely worth checking out.
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.