BNY Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Santander, and UBS – the latter of which first disclosed its work on a so-called "settlement coin" last year – are hoping to launch a commercial-grade blockchain sy... Read More
"Respondents were clearly positive about the potential impact of blockchain — almost all participants saw it as either moderately or completely disruptive to existing business models — and an overwhel... Read More
Deutsche Bank is the largest derivatives counterparty in the world. The financial institution has been offloading some of these contracts, selling roughly two-thirds of a portfolio of uncleared credit... Read More
A formal announcement will reportedly be made tomorrow, FT's Martin Arnold reports.
The banks involved have spent much of the past two years working on various applications for the technology, and ... Read More
Enigma Delays Release of 'Discovery' Protocol on Ethereum Mainnet
Engima, the startup seeking to bring privacy to the world of public blockchains, is delaying the launch of its mainnet as part of a wider reworking of its developmental roadmap.
The company had pre
Just a Cycle? Big Bitcoin Miners Stay Positive in Face of Market Slump
Despite the downturn in the crypto markets so far in 2018, executives from several bitcoin mining firms have said this scenario has been seen before and they are not deterred by current low prices.
Quick Brew? BitFury's Coffee Machine Accepts Bitcoin Via Lightning Network
Blockchain firm Bitfury has come up with a novel product aimed to make it easier to pay for products with bitcoin.
To that end, a specialized engineering team within the company has developed a cof
Coinbase Disputes Claims in New York Attorney General's Exchange Report
A recent report published by the New York Office of the Attorney General (OAG), which claimed several cryptocurrency exchanges it investigated are vulnerable to market manipulation, has drawn backlash