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It’s been an explosive past few days for Ethereum.
Atomic Loans has been given a boost to develop a decentralized lending protocol for Bitcoin.
Derrick Foote is a Canadian web 3 entrepreneur dedicated to helping build Web 3 with trust and transparency, giving back data freedom and control online to the users.
The winner of this year’s Ethereum hackathon, Sheetcoin, is a bold project that turned Google Sheets into an Ethereum wallet, enabling users to send ERC20 tokens to any Gmail address directly from their browser.
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has ruled to allow crypto fund manager 3iQ to issue a prospectus for its prospective exchange-traded Bitcoin fund, signaling that Canada’s top securities regulator may be about to approve the launch of the nation’s first Bitcoin ETF.
The central bank of Canada is considering launching a sovereign digital currency that would eventually replace cash and combat the “direct threat” cryptocurrencies pose to monetary controls, The Logic reported.
Fintech company Ivno announced that it has successfully completed the world’s first global token trial on R3’s Corda.
Ernst & Young revealed that QuadrigaCX, a failed Canadian crypto exchange that lost almost $190 million of its users funds, may have committed fraud.
HIVE Blockchain Technologies, a publicly traded crypto mining company in Canada, demanded $50 million from Genesis Mining for alleged breach of contract.
TF Blockchain is bringing its blockchain conferences across North America with new chapters in Vancouver (BC), Seattle (WA), Portland (OR), and Austin (TX).
The Supreme Court of Canada granted QuadrigaCX a 45-day extension to recover cryptocurrency assets that went missing after its founder’s death, keeping the exchange safe from creditor lawsuits while the investigation continues into the loss of $190 million in crypto.
There is mounting evidence that there is more to the QuadrigaCX incident.
Brian Armstrong, the CEO and co-founder of Coinbase, made a public statement speculating that QuadrigaCX—the exchange that lost $135 million in customer funds—may have used its CEO’s death as cover for earlier mismanagement.
Following the sudden death of the 30-year-old founder Gerald Cotten, one of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges was granted an order for creditor protection in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court while the company looks to recover $190 million in investor funds.
The notion of a Bitcoin ETF may have become retail investors’ lifeline, fixing the spotlight firmly on every move of the ubiquitous financiers of Wall Street.
With rising blockchain integration, industries across the board are facing a shortage of software engineers familiar with the space.
The Canadian cryptocurrency exchange Coinsquare will debut its services in the European market in Q4 2018, marking its first international expansion under the Coinsquare brand.
Canada’s National Research Council has launched a new Ethereum blockchain explorer for public use, according to a press release.