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The International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation has been vocal about its stance on the burgeoning crypto market.
Switzerland-based crypto bank Sygnum has become the world’s first regulated financial entity to launch a staking service for a major cryptocurrency, it announced in a post on Friday.
Innovative Bitcoin products are not falling short of delivering this year, with institutional firms notching up one crypto product or other.
SIBEX, the Swiss-based decentralized OTC trading software is increasing traction and volume from OTC traders all around the world since the platform went live in late April.
Nym Technologies, a Swiss blockchain startup, has invited users to install mix-nodes and test the company’s privacy-preserving mixnet.
This year’s World Economic Forum in Davos has opened many new doors for Cardano.
The Libra Association announced that it will pursue a payment system license under the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority’s (FINMA) supervision.
The Ethereum Foundation announced grants worth more than $2 million aimed at bolstering the development of Serenity, Ethereum’s long-awaited—but apparently “imminent”—scaling upgrade, ETH2.
Digitec Galaxus AG, Switzerland’s biggest online retailer with nearly a billion dollars in annual revenue, has integrated various crypto assets including bitcoin as a payment option.
Prior to the launch of Ethereum, a faction of its principal founders banded together with seasoned policy professionals, energy sector executives, and academics to explore meaningful use cases for blockchain in energy, a sector they concluded could benefit from the nascent technology.
The Swiss State Secretariat for International Finance (SIF) announced the Federal Council’s adoption of a recent report—Legal Framework for Distributed Ledger Technology and Blockchain in Switzerland—and expressed their intent to assist in developing laws for new technologies, specifically distributed ledger technology and blockchain innovation.
In a groundbreaking move, SIX, Switzerland’s leading stock exchange with a $1.6 trillion market capitalization, has given the thumbs-up to the world’s first multiple-cryptocurrency-based Exchange-Traded Product (ETP).
Swiss watch company Hublot announced September 19th that it will be releasing a special limited edition of its Big Bang line of watches that you’ll only be able to purchase with Bitcoin.
Tiberius Group AG, a Swiss asset management company is launching a cryptocurrency backed by seven precious metals, in a first-such-instance.
A Swiss cryptocurrency startup has raised over $103 million from private investors to build a crypto bank, reported Reuters on September 27.
CoinAlpha, a Mountain View-based startup using blockchain technology to create the next wave of transparent, efficient, and secure financial products, recently closed a $3.5 million seed round.
Cloud computing giants Amazon Web Services and Salesforce may soon face blockchain-based competition that aims to trifle their dominance with a decentralized, cheaper alternative.
The CEO of Switzerland’s largest stock exchange, Thomas Zeeb, speaks on the bourse’s latest strategic decision.