Elon Musk laid out the automaker’s plan when it comes to self-driving, but now the CEO attaches a valuation prediction to it as the company attempts to raise over $2 billion.
Forbes, a global media company known for prominent financial and business news has released a list of 50 companies with a minimum of $1 billion valuations or revenues that are implementing blockchain technology.
IBM announced that two major US banks may soon offer their own cryptos on the IBM World Wire amidst growing concerns that Ripple’s dominance in this global remittance space may be under threat.
The latest trade figures coming out of China are opposite to analysts predictions and has given a red signal on the global economic condition.
The combined effort to advance blockchain technology led to the creation of the Hyperledger Blockchain Project. The project helps many entities worldwide to implement DLTs successfully.
U.S. multinational bank Citigroup is going to enable investors to work on cryptocurrency markets without actually having to own cryptos.
IBM, CLS, and nine financial institutions are testing a new platform which can make it easier for banks to access distributed ledger technology (DLT) solutions from fintech and software providers.
While U.S. and European banks ban buying bitcoin with credit cards, Australia’s biggest banks have confirmed that they are not barring customers from purchasing cryptocurrencies.
Owing to the risks of over buying and purchasing, banks across the U.S and Europe and banning crypto purchases through credit cards.
The blockchain holds huge promise for the future of the financial industry, with the world’s leading organizations developing solutions based on the bitcoin technology.