Coca Cola can now be purchased with BTC, due to the power of the Lightning Network and Richardo Reis, the creator of a new crypto-capable vending machine.
The Japanese banking giant plans on rolling out the “S Coin” in an attempt to dominate the mobile payments sector. This new project fits the overall vision of the company to ultimately help Japan turn cashless.
The world’s most populous country has filed a prevail number of blockchain patent applications leaving the U.S. a poor second in the race for technology dominance.
Samsung SDS Co. has presented its blockchain-based platform called BankSign that will facilitate transactions at different banks.
The popularity of the Bitcoin-friendly Square Cash App is growing. Now it has managed to outperform its rival, Paypal’s Venmo.
This new platform has been designed to make it easy for developers to integrate decentralized technologies into their current technology infrastructure. Which will contribute to facilitating the mainstream adoption of decentralized networks.
Square App is expanding its geography. Now users from all the 50 U.S. states can use the app for trading operations with Bitcoin.
The keynote discussion will be held on the topics connected with regulatory framework along with new crypto opportunities across different business horizons.
South Korean tech giant Samsung has explained why smartphones are better devices for crypto transactions than laptops. It is a matter of different ways of storing the data.
Ajay Banga, the leader of the multinational financial services corporation, made a number of critical statements on the cryptocurrency. But the logical reasoning backed with striking examples provokes thoughts on the main concepts of the crypto sphere.