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Global payments giant Visa today announced it would allow the settlement of cryptocurrencies on its network, as per a report on Reuters.
The Chinese government is hoping to maximize the privacy settings on the upcoming digital yuan, the state’s native Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), a report on local publication SCMP said Monday.
Polkadot has been rapidly growing from a niche blockchain project to one of the richest DeFi networks that have real potential to compete with Ethereum.
Prelude – zkChannels – a layer 2 scaling solution from Bolt Labs building on Tezos, will enable private transactions for USDtz and the whole StableTez token family.
Fintech company Stably has launched USDS, its USD-backed stablecoin that had previously been issued on Ethereum, on the Tezos blockchain, according to an announcement shared with CryptoSlate today.
The new Acala EVM brings together Ethereum and Polkadot with a composable, single-wallet that allows users to set their own gas fees and schedule on-chain transactions.
The USD pegged stablecoin has been minted on the high-speed blockchain months after announcing Solana as an issuer.
The Ergo Foundation, EMURGO, and IOHK have announced AgeUSD, a stablecoin protocol based on the Ergo blockchain.
The crypto skeptic made the comments in an online discussion during this year’s Davos agenda.
January 15 is an important date for the issuers of Tether, a USD-pegged stablecoin.
Stably announced its collaboration with the Tezos ecosystem in a release this week.
Yes, you read that right: an Ethereum-based stablecoin meant to trade around one United States dollar is up approximately 100 percent in the past 24 hours alone.
The crypto community was slammed with news earlier this week that United States House representatives are looking to crack down on stablecoins.
China has been a long time critic of Bitcoin despite its unwavering support for digital finance and payments.
Economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York suggest that privacy concerns at “Big Tech” firms like Facebook—which are developing their own digital currencies—could help position Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) as a better alternative.
JPMorgan, the US bank whose CEO Jamie Dimon once called Bitcoin a scam and held a bearish stance for the cryptocurrency market, today announced the launch of its stablecoin and blockchain protocol after years in the development.
In a fundamentally important development for the cryptocurrency industry, the US Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) said today that national banks and federal savings associations are legally allowed to hold the currency “reserves” that back stablecoins.