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Making its way into the mainstream, blockchain continues to garner attention from governments around the world.Jonathan Kim · 2 years ago · 2 min read
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.Trevor Ballanger · 2 years ago · 2 min read
As the cryptocurrency market gains prominence and retailer demand for a credible “stablecoin” increases, several prominent cryptocurrency businesses have put their money where their mouth is and have invested over $32 million in the Singapore-based stablecoin venture Terra, according to TechCrunch.Shaurya Malwa · 2 years ago · 2 min read
The Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi is facilitating a majority shareholder takeover of a Hong Kong-listed company, which could see Huobi go public based on regulatory approval.Shaurya Malwa · 2 years ago · 2 min read
It’s 2018 and Bitcoin is a household name – savvy investors and newcomers alike have come to accept the new cryptocurrency as something that is widely prevalent and here to stay.Jonathan Kim · 2 years ago · 2 min read
A prominent Singapore bank said Bitcoin and other public cryptocurrencies present a “new frontier” for contactless payments and digital money, one that’s past their days of being dismissed by bankers.
Loi Luu has spent many years as an industry researcher working on cryptocurrencies, smart contract security, and distributed consensus algorithms focusing on several problems of digital assets from improving the security to enhancing the scalability and usability of public cryptocurrencies.Learn more →
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