However, once a level of trust and security has been achieved, Donegan believes that in a year or two we could start to see a complete blockchain product evolve.
Brian Donegan, from the Isle of Man... Read More
The sweeping Fintech drive will also see South Korea introduce bitcoin regulation in 2017. A digital currency task force was set up by the FSC in late 2016 to focus on regulatory and licensing paramet... Read More
Scotland isn’t the only country that is offering its students a course focusing on the new technology.
Cyprus was the world’s first location where students could undertake a Master of Science in Di... Read More
LendingRobot has to convince investors that online loans are worthy investments in light of poor performance of some large funds and rising defaults. The firm will charge no performance fee and only a... Read More
With an aim to spur and support economic growth, the BBB acts as a financier to small and medium sized businesses. Altogether, the UK government has now invested £100 million on Funding Circle’s platf... Read More
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New Bitcoin Core Software Makes SegWit Optional for Miners
A new software update has been published by the Bitcoin Core open-source development community.
Released on Saturday, version 0.14.1 largely builds on the group's March 0.14.0 release, incorporatin
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Countries like France, Germany and the UK have already established regulatory frameworks for Bitcoin companies, users and traders. Other European countries have offered their unique regulatory