11 August 2020

JP Morgan And Singapore’s Investment Giant Temasek Have Developed A Blockchain-Based Payment Network

A recent report informs that Singapore has developed a fully functional blockchain-based payment network allowing faster and cheaper international settlements. The team behind it,...

Privacy Advocates Condemn US Court Ruling Regarding Confidentiality on Cryptocurrency Exchanges

US privacy advocates are worried that the 4th amendment does not protect Bitcoin transactions after a court ruled that the FBI agents hadn’t violated...

Indian IT Giant TCS to Help Financial Institutions Offer Cryptocurrency Trading

A few hours back, Indian IT heavyweight, Tata Consultancy Services, announced the launch of Quartz™ Smart Solution for Crypto Services. The offering will help...

How Local Cryptocurrencies Help Kenyans Survive the Coronavirus Crisis

Kenya’s local cryptocurrencies are helping communities survive the coronavirus crisis. One example is the recently-launched Sarafu, which is used alongside the Kenyan Shilling to...

Deloitte Survey: Almost Twice as Many Companies Use Blockchain Compared to Last Year

More companies are utilizing blockchain, reveals a recent study compiled by the multinational professional service network Deloitte. Interestingly, the Asia-Pacific region appears to be leading...

Bitcoin’s Average Confirmation Time Down 97% In One Month

The average time required to confirm a Bitcoin transaction has plunged significantly in the past month. Simultaneously, the average transaction fees continue to drop...

Driven by Financial Institutions, Stablecoin Acceptance Turns a Corner

Crypto has turned from an inevitable future to our happening present, and stablecoins may become the industry’s cornerstone. Major financial institutions love certainty, and that...

ETH Miners Will Have Little Choice Once Ethereum 2.0 Launches With PoS

Once Ethereum becomes a proof-of-stake blockchain, what will happen to the ETH miners, and what will they do? As Ethereum is finally set to launch...

Ethereum’s $5.2 Million Fee Scandal Explained: Exchange Held to Ransom by Hackers

  Hackers are holding an unnamed crypto exchange to ransom after an alleged cyber-attack forced the Ethereum blockchain to facilitate two separate transactions at a...

The New York Times Tests A Blockchain-Based Prototype To Tackle Misleading Information

The research and development team of the American newspaper The New York Times has tested a blockchain-based project to address the growing issue of...
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