The Canadian government has issued new regulations to straighten up the cryptocurrency industry.
Securities regulators across the United States and Canada launched operation crypto-sweep as they get more serious about cracking down on cryptocurrency scams.
JPMorgan co-president Jerry Pinto confirmed the bank was “looking into” the Bitcoin space May 16, saying cryptocurrency “will play a role” in the future.
After about a year of development, JPMorgan and other participants have eventually tested out the Quorum Blockchain Platform, which was intended to make the process of issuing financial instruments more efficient.
Report reaching Cryptona.co revealed that the NEM coins, which worth $530 million, stolen from Coincheck – the largest Japanese cryptocurrency exchange, have been transferred out of the hackers’ account as NEM Foundation stops the tracking…
The release claims that through the partnership of MarketPsych Data LLC and Thomson Reuters, the company is launching a new version of its MarketPsych Indices that is going to scan over 400 media and news sites related to cryptocurrencies…
Tha Backbone Hosting Solutions plan to invest with C$250 million to cater for the computing needs in the data centers which are to be set up.
What a good news for Coincheck exchange as report came in from researchers that some of the $530M worth of NEM coins hacked from the exchange on January 26 has been tracked to Canada.
BRI researchers and the Canadian government will work with NASSCOM; an Indian IT organization to help developers learn about the blockchain platforms.