One of the largest online retailers Overstock.com mixed up Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash by accident. As a result of the glitch, customers could get a refund in Bitcoin instead of Bitcoin Cash, which meant returning more money than they initially paid.
The award winning startup that uses biometrics and blockchain tech for upgrading elections attracted huge investment funds and influential business angels.
Ignite Ratings, Spain-based blockchain startup, is announcing its pre-sale that will start on December 15th running for a week, as well as the main ICO, expected to run from January 15th, until February 28th.
Templum announced today that it has partnered with Liquid M Capital to launch a digital asset platform that would for ICOs regulation.
The partnership will expand the T0’s presence and range of services in the global financial ecosystem.
Online retailer started selling company shares via its trading platform, thus becoming the first publicly traded company to issue securities on the blockchain.
Speaking at the Money 20/20 conference on Tuesday, Overstock’s communications director, Judd Bagley, announced the company will commence trades on its blockchain platform this December.
Keystone Capital Corporation has announced a license agreement with Overstock’s subsidiary to use its blockchain trading technology for offering trading account and brokerage services to investors.
If Overstock.com fulfils the public offering it plans, its shareholders will get an opportunity to buy blockchain or traditional stock.
While R3 CEV blockchain consortium attracts new members, Overstock.com’s CEO Patrick Byrne warns that the initiative can stifle innovation.
Getting an approval from the SEC is a part of a large cryptofinance initiative of Overstock called Medici.
Various sources close to Overstock say that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a S-3 filing for Overstock.com to issue new publicly traded shares on the Bitcoin blockchain.