Marie Huillet

Marie Huillet is an independent filmmaker, with a background in journalism and publishing. Nomadic by nature, she’s lived in five different countries this decade. She’s fascinated by Blockchain technologies’ potential to reshape all aspects of our lives.

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After an earlier attempt, China Construction Bank has gone back to the drawing board with new partners and a new proof-of-concept for a blockchain-based bond.
China Construction Bank’s blockchain bond efforts take a new direction
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2020-12-04T12:14:37+00:00
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The draft resolution reportedly notes that digital currencies are likely to replace paper currencies in the future.
One of Pakistan’s four provinces urges federal govt to legalize crypto
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2020-12-04T10:54:40+00:00
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The Financial Times scorns Nigel Farage for his apparently predictable embrace of libertarian cryptocurrency influencers.
Bitcoin is the ‘ultimate anti-lockdown investment,’ says Nigel Farage
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2020-12-03T12:47:07+00:00
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Samson Mow, chief strategy officer at Blockstream, says Bitcoin was never about “transactions per second and coffee,” but about value and a “new financial parad...
Bitcoin moves $500K around the globe every second, says Samson Mow
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2020-12-02T10:42:16+00:00
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The mandatory license will allow Crypto.com to issue crypto debit cards in Australia.
Crypto.com secures an Australian Financial Service License
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2020-12-02T00:00:00+00:00
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New, small-scale research from Xangle takes a look at investors’ reflections on their initial coin offering investments between 2017 and fall 2020.
Report: ICOs left retail investors in the dark
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2020-12-01T09:53:15+00:00
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Ian Rogers, newly appointed as a chief experience officer at Ledger, says digital assets are moving from “science fiction” to the mainstream.
Former digital head at luxury brand group LVMH takes role at Ledger
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2020-11-30T11:46:21+00:00
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The new entity is called Huobi Labuan, and its brokerage license allows it to offer crypto spot and derivatives trading for an initial nine-month trial period.
Huobi launches regulated crypto exchange in Malaysia
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2020-11-27T13:00:00+00:00
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