The Indian government is considering whether to allow crypto tokens to be used in the country, despite its hardline stance on cryptocurrencies.
The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has revealed a blockchain system to digitize paper checks, local media Financial News reports June 5. The system aims to combat financial fraud as well as reduce expenses for printing checks.
Tom Lee has admitted that his prediction of a Bitcoin rally after the Consensus conference was wrong. Lee has claimed that the crypto market still “faces significant internal resistance and hurdles within traditional financial…
Zimbabwe’s central bank has recently banned domestic financial institutions from dealing with cryptocurrencies, local media outlet NewsDay reports today, May 12.
Former Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) governor Kevin Warsh thinks that the creation of a ‘FedCoin’ in order to “bring legal activities into a digital coin” deserves serious consideration, The New York Times reported May 4.
Martin Walker, director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management, dismissed blockchain technology, calling it a “pixie dust” fad before the British Parliament, Business Insider reported May 1.
The Chilean Anti-Monopoly Court has orders banks to re-open all cryptocurrency exchange’s accounts they had closed.
The US-based Blockchain project Basis (formerly known as Basecoin), which claims to provide a non-volatile cryptocurrency or stablecoin, has recently raised $133 million in funding from big-name investors, according to an official blog post…
The Lithuanian Central Bank has begun considering digital currencies and has initiated a dialogue on cryptocurrency between banks, regulators, and crypto traders.
On Thursday 12th April, the Bank of America made move to obtain a patent right on a Blockchain-based data storage system with automated data authentication.