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In a statement published on the Weibo social media platform, Alibaba denies that its P2P platform is related to cryptocurrencies or mining.
Alibaba has reportedly gone against statements by Chinese authorities and its own founder by launching a cryptocurrency mining platform.
A new trading platform announced that its crypto trading functionality will be available from Nov. 1.
Blockchain is going to play a crucial role in Chinese urban development, as the most powerful Chinese company and a new “smart city” backed by the President Xi ...
World Bank President pro-Blockchain technology, sees Bitcoin negatively
Cryptocurrency exchanges keep hoarding power as more and more dangers start to surface.
Blockchain technology is a key focus for enhancing the data management of the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Singaporean startup Everex has raised $26.7 mln in an ICO which follows $500,000 investment capital funding.
One of China’s “most active investors” has contributed 100 percent to a funding round by Blockchain startup Onchain.
Chinese healthcare data is to get the Blockchain treatment in a joint scheme between Alibaba and local government.
Blockchain-powered networks contribute to improving financial inclusion in developing countries.
52% of 4500 respondents to a survey by Barry Silbert believe Alibaba would beat Amazon and Google to embrace Bitcoin.
New Zealand has hosted the launch of a Bitcoin exchange, the first since one of its oldest shut down due to banking problems.
Similar to some regulators like the state of New York, Hawaii has decided to take a difficult and reckless approach in regulating bitcoin users and startups.
Alibaba wants the world trade to be conducted differently.
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