Barclays is a multinational financial services company and an investment bank located in London, U.K. Barclays Bank’s business consists of personal banking, wealth management, investment management and corporate banking. Barclays is considered to be one of the most powerful transnational corporations, having an ownership and corporate control of a large part of the market. Barclays was under U.K. investigations multiple times due to accusations of tax avoidance, prices manipulations and fraud, with some of them ending with penalties for the Barclays Bank U.K. Barclays is interested in Bitcoin and blockchain technology and currently has an article that explains how blockchain works, talks about the possibilities of the new technology and opportunities to use it in the modern financial system.
Hong Kong and Argentina pay through the nose for Bitcoin, Binance could be back in the U.S. within months and Barclays cuts ties with Coinbase in the U.K.
Hodler’s Digest, Aug. 12–18: BTC Premiums, Coinbase Blow, Binance Revival
Industry sources have reportedly confirmed that UK banking giant Barclays is putting an end to its work with crypto exchange Coinbase.
Barclays May Be Ending Work With Coinbase, Transactions in GBP to Slow
The tokenization firm tZERO has announced three new executive appointments, including a former Barclays member who will head tokenization dealings.
Overstock Subsidiary and Tokenization Firm tZERO Announces New Management
For the first time in three years, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays have managed to speed up commercial real estate transactions using blockchain. The fi...
Barclays and RBS Have Reduced the Real Estate Transaction Process Four Times: Who Benefits?
European crypto exchange Bitstamp hired a former Coinbase and Barclays executive as head of United States operations.
Bitstamp to Expand US Operations by Hiring Former Coinbase Exec Hunter Merghart
Barclays and the Royal Bank of Scotland joined around 40 entities testing a platform based on R3’s Corda.
Barclays, RBS Join 40-Strong R3 Blockchain Real Estate Trial
A Barclays analyst stated that a possible “Facebook Coin” could generate $19 billion in additional revenue by 2021.
Barclays Analyst Predicts Billions in Additional Revenue From ‘Facebook Coin’ by 2021