TRX, Tron’s proprietary crypto, has rallied by over 12% following the release of BitTorrent Token’s whitepaper.
Crypto exchange Binance has recently unveiled Launchpad, a token launch platform developed to support blockchain startups in raising funds and broaden their reach in the crypto sphere.
A Nasdaq-powered crypto startup is planning to set up a token-based platform where customers can indirectly purchase shares of major firms.
BitTorrent Foundation will issue a new token, dubbed as BitTorrent (BTT), to provide holders an opportunity to pay for faster download speeds.
Germany-based Deutsche Bahn AG is leveraging Unibright’s blockchain solution to tokenize its ecosystem.
Security Token Offering (STO) technology platform TokenSoft has inked a partnership with U.S. crypto exchange Coinbase to offer users an alternative custody solution.
Coinbase says that the migration is composed of 5 percent of all Bitcoin, 8 percent of all Ethereum, and 25 percent of all Litecoin currently in circulation.
Private equity firm GSR Capital has signed up Overstock.com subsidiary tZERO to design a token for trading cobalt.
PBoC deputy governor Pan Gongsheng states that both ICOs and STOs are illicit activities, which are still rampant in China.
PayPal has delved into private cryptocurrency with its internal token platform.
Beijing Municipal Bureau of Finance director Xuewen Huo warns that security token offerings (STOs) are illegal in the region.
During last Saturday’s wealth management forum led by Beijing’s Finance Bureau, director Huo stressed that crowdfunding initiatives through STOs are deemed “illegal” in the Chinese capital.
Securitize co-founder and CEO Carlos Domingo states that Blockchain Capital leads the equity investment which aims to provide the company with “knowledgeable investors” in preparation for a security token offering.
While this represents a crucial initial move towards the direction of cross-chain interoperability, the POA Bridge enables users to convert tokens indigenous to POA with Ethereum’s POA20 tokens.
Kik Interactive, the Canadian company behind the Kik messaging app, has announced that it is permanently leaving the Ethereum network, as the firm migrates its digital currency Kin to its proprietary blockchain.