The Dutch government’s foray into blockchain enterprise could represent a third prong to mainstream adoption following banks and major corporations.
JP Morgan’s filing for a patent based on DLT does not mean they are now Bitcoin supporters.
JPMorgan creates and fills new position of head of crypto assets strategy, post will identify and lead new crypto projects at bank.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co demonstrated a prototype of its blockchain platform for capital markets at the NY Consensus conference yesterday.
Fintech strategy director at Autonomous Research said investment advisors need to familiarize themselves with crypto and its underlying technology, as investors will inevitably buy
Bitcoin futures remain on the radar at JPMorgan, co-president Daniel Pinto has confirmed.
Canaan Creative is pushing ahead with its IPO, which could raise $1bln, reports announced this week.
Two former JPMorgan blockchain executives have announced their own blockchain-based startup, currently in the process of fundraising.
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Rob Jesudason, the CFO of Australia’s Commonwealth Bank has resigned with immediate effect in order to become the COO of EOS token developer Block.one.
Kx Systems has recently launched crypto trading on its forex trading platform to “meet the current and future needs of clients.”
Traditional centralized powerhouses like Microsoft and Amazon are almost being forced to take their domination to the decentralised world.
Canada's Central Bank and Toronto Stock Exchange operator have reported positive results from piloting a blockchain-powered securities settlement platform.
Banks started by scoffing at crypto but now they are racing to be first to market with a crypto trading desk.
Financial institutions who participated in a pilot of Ripple xRapid platform reported 40-70 percent savings and faster payments
Bank of America CTO Kathy Bessant has told mainstream media customers will continue to be banned from buying Bitcoin using its credit cards.
Different major banking institutions are looking at blockchain technology.
This week saw rather childish name calling against cryptocurrencies by some of the world’s richest people, but also adoption by some of the world’s largest banks.
JP Morgan Chase & Co has filed a patent for a P2P network that would use a blockchain to process payments between banks in real-time.
Mastercard says a decrease in customers purchasing cryptocurrencies resulted in a slight drop in growth in the first quarter of this year.
Recovered markets are revitalizing the profitability of mining.
Goldman Sachs has revealed it wants to offer Bitcoin trading tools to clients after being “inundated” with requests.
The Enterprise Ethereum Architecture Stack (EEAS), will serve as a “framework” for ETH-based apps, says Ethereum’s co-founder Lubin.
From friendly Canada to bans in Chile and Bolivia.
Well-defined, not necessarily lenient regulations are the main factor for crypto exchanges in deciding which country to settle in, say Morgan Stanley researchers.
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The CEO of Pantera Capital, a $1 bln crypto hedge fund, predicts the crypto market could hit “$40 trln" within ten years.
MIT Technology Review published an article proposing three ways to “destroy Bitcoin”. Here’s why any of those won’t work.
European regulation awaits further instruction
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