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.
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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.
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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
Bitcoin's New Scaling 'Agreement': The Reaction
A meeting of bitcoin startup executives and miners held this weekend has resulted in the publication of a new proposal for how the open-source project should be upgraded to support additional transact
Consensus 2017: Decentralized Exchange 0x Wins Proof-of-Work Startup Competition
0x (pronounced “zero-ex”) took the top prize today during the second annual Proof of Work pitch competition at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2017 conference in New York.
The startup is building a protocol t
Jeff Gundlach has a theory on why bitcoin is surging
Jeffrey Gundlachâ, CEO of DoubleLine Capital, said Tuesday there could be a connection between bitcoin prices and the decline in Chinese stocks. In a Tuesday afternoon tweet, Gundlach noted that
Billion Dollar Cryptocurrency Club Swells to Six Members
Bitcoin continues to set new record highs on a daily basis, and taking a host of altcoins along with it as investor demand for alternatives to equities remains strong.