As the latest reports show, the digital currency issued by the French central bank will be tested at the beginning of the next year. As a consequence, France is taking the lead in the race to issue the first digital currency of the central bank.
Although six months ago, the China National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) proposed putting a ban on Bitcoin mining in their country, there are pieces of news today, informing that this body has completely changed its approach and intentions when it comes to this industry.
On October 26, the Chinese Congress passed a cryptography law, which is supposed to come into force on the 1st of January, 2020. What changes in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrency technology can we expect in this country?
Samsung SDS started a partnership with Tech Mahindra and Pega company in order to jointly create a new blockchain-based solution targeted at many different industries. The companies want to combine this technology with the digital process automation. What will come out of it?
Not only the Western big companies are serious about entering the cryptocurrency market. SM Entertainment, the largest Korean entertainment company, has announced an intention like that.
Kakao, a South Korean technology giant, intends to open the acces to KLAY, its cryptocurrency, to Samsung phone users.
North Korea denies the allegations that it has committed hacker attacks to raise funds for weapons of mass destruction.
The number of supporters of the TradeLens platform is constantly growing. In order to increase their efficiency, organizations associated with transport decide to shift away from traditional forms of documentation in favor of solutions based on blockchain technology.
Not so long ago, information saying that the Chinese central bank plans to launch a national cryptocurrency has appeared in November this year. The bank took the floor in the whole case.
Anti-government protests have been ongoing in Hong Kong for many weeks. As it turns out, one of their elements is to be Bitcoin, and more precisely - its wider introduction.
Facebook's Libra has been in the spotlight for the last few months, and not in a good way. Now, however, the voices of criticism are promoting a very similar project. Coincidence? Don't think so.
On August 19 this year, Binance's mobile app returned to the App Store, seemingly for good.
South Korean blockchain companies are withdrawing their projects from the country as a result of problems with regulations regarding cryptocurrencies and blockchains.
After many months of declarations, the Japanese e-commerce giant, Rakuten, has finally launched its cryptocurrency exchange.
An anti-laundering (AML) technology has been integrated into a Japanese crypto exchange - VC Trade. This technology was created by CoolBitX, a Taiwanese virtual currency hardware wallet company.
Not so long ago Binance exchange had to deal with a large hacker attack in which it lost a lot of Bitcoins, and now it seems to be in the spotlight again.
Chinese crypto-market is bullish on Bitcoin, very much so. BTC's price has risen over 10%. Could this be because of yuan's fall?
After Justin Sun announced a delay in a lunch meeting with Buffett, the media began to suspect money laundering and other legal problems that prevent Sun from leaving the country. Yesterday, Sun published a video in which he responds to the allegations.
The court in China, after looking into one of the cases, considered Bitcoin as a virtual property of a certain value, which, in turn, makes it a legally protected asset there.
The Inter-ministerial Committee (IMC), established to examine Bitcoin and cryptocurrency regulations in India, states that the government should put a complete ban on cryptocurrencies.
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