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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.
Famously touted as the “Crypto Valley,” the Swiss city of Zug is losing sheen in favor of other cities and jurisdictions as cryptocurrency startups reportedly face difficulties in administration and governances in the European country.
On July 6th, 2018, SIX, the owner and operator of the Swiss stock exchange, revealed plans to launch a fully regulated cryptocurrency exchange.