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In a move that can only serve to further adoption of cryptocurrency, major European football league club FC Barcelona today announced a new partnership with blockchain platform Chiliz.
Privacy-focused Brave browser seems to be making huge strides in Spain, where it is currently ranking 10th in the communications category on Google Play Store.
Aragon, an autonomous Spanish region, has seen its government pledge over €12 million ($13 million) to develop what it has dubbed “4.0 industries,” including blockchain, AI, and a host of other emerging technologies.
On October 19, Spain’s Ministry of Finance approved an anti-fraud law requiring all holders of cryptocurrency in the country to disclose their asset balances, according to Spanish news outlet ABC.
At Ripple’s annual Swell event on October 1, Spanish financial services firm Banco Santander executives shared their experience of using blockchain-powered payment systems powered by the former’s RippleNet product.
Partido Popular, the ruling party within Spain’s four-party political system, submitted a blockchain-focused proposal to the Spanish Congress of Deputies aiming to promote the integration of blockchain technology into the governance structure of the country.