“As governments continue their war on cash most fiat currencies will be going completely digital.” Maybe the best way to bring Bitcoin to the masses is to have it alongside a fiat currency and... Read More
Thailand, however, offers a somewhat more confusing stance, noting that the government has no power to regulate Bitcoin activity, but not going so far as to outlaw its use. To be sure, this stance ... 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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Cambodia's central bank has revealed plans to continue to develop interbank payment solutions using blockchain.
Back in April, the National Bank of Cambodia announced that it was working with Japan... Read More
Soramitsu Co., the Japanese Blockchain identity company, has indicated that they are partnering with the National Bank of Cambodia to test distributed ledger technology in creating new and innovative ... Read More
Coinbase Taps Twitter Vet to Bolster Customer Support Team
Cryptocurrency startup Coinbase has hired a former Twitter executive in an effort to shore up its customer support teams.
Tina Bhatnagar will serve as vice president of operations and technology, a
IMF Calls for International Cooperation on Crypto
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), an organization that aims to foster global monetary cooperation and financial stability, has called for global coordination on cryptocurrencies, warning of the r
Commodity Merchant Louis Dreyfus Trials Blockchain for Soybean Trade
Louis Dreyfus, a major commodities trading company, has announced that it has piloted a blockchain-based transaction system developed by a group of financial institutions including ING.
Bitcoin tanks more than 10% to below $11,000; South Korea announces details on crypto tax
Bitcoin and other major digital currencies dropped sharply Monday morning. Bitcoin briefly tumbled to a low near $10,234 on Coinbase around 11 a.m., ET, marking a loss of about 11 percent over