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Bitcoin-pegged institutional trading products like ETFs and futures have been a running theme since 2016.
Supercomputers across Europe fell victim to a widespread and seemingly coordinated cybersecurity attack last week, getting hit with the illicit installation of malware focused on mining Monero (XMR).
The federal parliament of Germany has drafted a bill that, if enacted, will allow banks to become custodians and merchants of cryptocurrency in 2020, German business newspaper Handelsblatt reported Wednesday.
On October 21, 2019, representatives from Agoric, Tendermint, FOAM, and oscoin gathered at Full Node in Berlin, Germany, to discuss the blockchain space’s current need for interoperability protocols.
The IOTA community was able to help gather enough evidence to allow authorities to catch an alleged hacker who stole over $11 million MIOTA tokens in early 2018.
Institutional acceptance of cryptocurrency is gaining steam as Germany’s second largest stock exchange announces development of a crypto trading platform.
In a move to promote innovation within an otherwise low-lying industry, the German National Tourism Board (GNTB) has recently announced the incorporation of crypto assets into its framework for regular service payments.
With the IoT market expanding at an impressive rate, the need for platform interoperability has touched an all-time high.