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Regulated stablecoins continue their disruptive journey into mass adoption as Circle announces application of tokenized fiat assets.
Few movie buffs would fail to concede that the monsters on screen aren’t nearly as terrifying as the ones in real life.
In the densely-clustered space of cryptocurrency, education is valuable—literally.
While the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif faces backlash following a September 14 hack, the NEM.io Foundation, known for the NEM blockchain platform and XEM token, has reassured its asset holders that it remains unaffected.
It’s the word on the crypto community’s collective mind: Regulation.
Travel takes time and energy, but that doesn’t mean intercontinental transactions should too, and yesterday’s announcement that Ripple’s RippleNet is going live in 40 countries is setting a new standard among competitors.
The world of blockchain innovation is a tide pool of information that has left many cryptocurrency skeptics in the dark, but for decentralized security, a light is coming.
As investigated by the World Economic Forum, the Blockchain ecosystem could be the digital kiss to a globally affecting environmental scrape.
The world’s second largest stock exchange, Nasdaq, has taken its strategic technology infrastructure to new heights by procuring a partnership deal with Cinnober.
Back when people talked to each other for entertainment, given the lack of iPhone chargers in the mid-1800s, people would look into the distance and say something to the effect of “There’s gold in them there hills,” and they actually dug gold out of the dirt all day long.
When it was authorized as the first established bank in Saudi Arabia, the National Commercial Bank (NCB) was slated to become the largest financial institution in the Middle East.
The war for stablecoin supremacy has a new competitor with CarbonUSD, a new regulated platform launched on Ethereum’s blockchain.
Cryptocurrency pioneers are beginning to bare their teeth as competition and partnerships set new standards on a daily basis.
In a move that could send Japan’s cryptocurrency market skyrocketing into American digital assets trading, Huobi Global’s subsidiary Huobi Japan has been declared a majority stakeholder in Japan’s BitTrade platform.
A new link in the blockchain gang has emerged as two companies just joined forces, and it’s out of this world.
Right on the heels of the Winklevoss twins’ enterprise announcement that Gemini will be matching cryptocurrency and fiat finances dollar-for-dollar with its new stablecoin, New York-based Paxos joins the realm of federally regulated crypto assets.
Seattle-based Bittrex is expanding its reach as a blockchain powerhouse, unveiling plans to launch an affiliate company, called Bittrex International.
As of today, the New York trust company and digital asset exchange Gemini has set into action what no other issuer has accomplished.