Cryptocurrencies took the stage Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, during a panel discussion on bitcoin.
Tennessee legislators say the state is “ready for the blockchain.”
World leaders have struck a cautionary tone on cryptocurrencies in statements made during the World Economic Forum event in Davos.
The fintech chief at the Monetary Authority of Singapore believes bitcoin won’t cause a financial meltdown like the 2008 Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.
Lawmakers in Wyoming have filed a bill that, if approved, would exempt some creators and sellers of blockchain tokens from securities regulations.
Mobile stock trading provider Robinhood is now providing bitcoin and ethereum trading alongside the traditional assets it offers.
Guardtime and Metaco launched yesterday, “SILO”, a new cryptocurrency asset management solution for banks and financial institutions.
Mobius Network has raised $39 million in its token sale, opting to use the Stellar network instead of the more popular ethereum.
Blockchain Capital has announced that Jimmy Song, a bitcoin core developer, has joined the blockchain firm as a venture partner.
Bitcoin bulls seem to have gained an upper hand, but the cryptocurrency is still struggling to find follow-through buying today.