We can see this in the work of Ronald Coase. Who pointed out that firms are inherently inefficient, in that they've got fixed costs and so on. So, why do they exist? Because, dependent upon the time, ... Read More
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Banks Buy Stakes in Blockchain Startup SETL
Financial services group Citi has bought a stake in blockchain startup SETL.
The move, announced today, comes less than three weeks after the French banking institution Credit Agricole also became
Long Blockchain Is At Risk for Exchange Removal Again
Long Blockchain, the beverage company-turned-crypto-firm, is facing a delisting from the Nasdaq stock exchange, public records show.
The reason lies in Long Blockchain's sliding stock price, which
Bitcoin thieves threaten real violence for virtual currencies
The currency they were after was virtual, but the guns they carried were anything but. In the beach resort of Phuket, Thailand, last month, the assailants pushed their victim, a young Russian man,
Lithuania's Central Bank Probes 100 Million Euro ICO
Lithuania's central bank announced last week that it is probing a domestic initial coin offering (ICO) after determining that the token offered counts as a security.
In a Feb. 15 statement, the Lie