In light of the hype and lack of clarity surrounding blockchain, one of Japan's government ministries has developed a methodology for evaluating projects in the industry.
The Ministry of Economy, T... Read More
The National Bank of Cambodia has reportedly inked an agreement with distributed ledger tech startup Soramitsu that will find the central bank contributing to its development projects.
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Central banks could allow access to accounts around the clock if they used blockchains or cryptocurrencies, a senior Bank of Japan official speculated last week.
Speaking during a finance forum on ... Read More
Finder.com has recently conducted a study to examine the current trends in the international money transfer space. Olivia Chow, the company’s Lead Researcher had a chat with Cointelegraph revealing... Read More
The newly appointed chief financial officer of P2P lending platform Dianrong has some big plans for blockchain.
Already, Dianrong has co-founded a blockchain lending platform called Chained Fin... Read More
Massive Gains Force Bitcoin Futures Trading to be Halted Twice in Quick Succession
With the CBOE Bitcoin futures going live, no one is surprised the demand is pretty massive. During the first few hours, things have progressed rather nicely. Â At the same time, the massive gains
Bitcoin Will be Legal, Mining to See Regulation: Russia’s Deputy Finance Minister
Russia’s deputy finance minister Alexei Moiseev has reportedly stressed that buying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will be legal in the country.
The Russian government will not outlaw nor punis
France Gives Go-Ahead for Blockchain Trading of Unlisted Securities
The French government has given the official nod for trading unlisted securities using blockchain technology, Reuters reports.
According to the article, the government has adopted new rules that wi
Chicago Exchange crashed by Bitcoin
The long awaited launch of Chicago Board Options Exchange Bitcoin futures contracts went off with a bang yesterday as the website was knocked offline by a surge in traffic. The first contracts were