SIX is working to develop its own “stablecoin”—a digital currency pegged to the Swiss franc.
Russia’s National Settlement Depository (NSD) is planning to launch its digital asset ledger in Switzerland next month.
A bitcoin mining fraud worth more than €2 million ($2.2 million) has led to the arrest of a 33-year-old man in the Netherlands.
The mutual funds network also revealed that it will be ushering in a new service called the Sub-Register.
Ethereum-based stock exchange SprinkleXchange is purportedly listing its first company in June.
The blockchain platform will be released as a market utility, focusing first on refined metals and gradually expanding to accommodate other “dry” bulk commodities.
South Korean crypto exchanges have posted the highest fiat influx.
Some of the world’s largest banks are purportedly setting aside roughly $50 million to create a blockchain-based digital cash settlement system.
The exchange reportedly reached its $1 billion target from LEO’s token sale in 10 days.
The exchange’s official launch window has been set for mid-June.
The World Bank and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CommBank) have collaborated to use blockchain technology in recording of secondary market bond trading.
Blockchain-based marketplace for digital collectibles, dubbed Meme Factory, has officially launched.
ObEN is launching an AI newscaster with a 3D “Satoshi” avatar to deliver content through PAI News.
Opera has so far declined to reveal any specifics regarding when exactly TRON will be rolled out for its browser.
The SEC has slapped blockchain author Alex Tapscott and investment company NextBlock Global with fines because of violations in securities.