Organized by IMF, “Money and Payments in the Digital Age” discussion included representatives from central banks and tech startups. Panelists shared their thoughts about how the economy is being reshaped by cryptos and other digital techs.
Owing to the investments made by Bitmain and IDG Capital in Series C funding round, crypto trading platform Liquid.com has become a new crypto unicorn.
XRPL Labs, a startup backed by Ripple, wants to make the process of accepting XRP easier for merchants as a mainstream option. The company has designed a payments app that will act as the transition that they need as a point-of-sale system.
Now, with SeedInvest acquisition, Circle is capable of to ofingfer blockchain-based securities, under the control of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Forbes has published its 2019 Fintech 50 list which features six blockchain companies that have been steadily developing and innovating.
U.S. cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex has announced the launch of its over-the-counter trading desk that will facilitate trading between two parties.
2018 was to say nothing a very productive year for a well-known crypto giant Circle. Its OTC business generated $24 billion in notional volume, and that’s not the only company’s achievement in 2018.
EOS has posted the healthiest performance in the top 20 cryptos surging over 25% in one month. The EOS price activity shows that there is a big confidence developing among investors, which’s likely to grow further in 2019.
According to the entrepreneur, bitcoin will keep rising in the upcoming years, leading to the growth of all cryptocurrency-related valuations.