Ernst & Young News
Ernst & Young (EY) is a British auditing and consulting company. The Ernst & Young consulting company is one of the Big Four of such companies. EY was founded in 1989 due to the merger of two companies. EY is headquartered in London. The official website of Ernst & Young has tax reform information, assurance details, advisory information on the financial market and management of capital. In terms of cryptocurrency, EY representatives have a positive attitude toward the technologies of blockchain and digital currency. Unlike the other three companies in the Big Four, EY supports the Bitcoin community. In 2016, the company conducted a survey in order to understand better what kind of person is more likely to adopt cryptocurrency at its early stage and what prospects of using the technologies might be.
Enterprise Ethereum is gaining traction among organizations seeking data integrity, but the technology hasn’t reached its full potential just yet.
Baseline Protocol brightens horizons for Ethereum enterprise adoption
Big Four auditing firm EY has launched a private beta test version of its new Smart Contract Analyzer tool for the public Ethereum blockchain.
EY Launches Beta Test Version of Smart Contract Analyzer for Ethereum Blockchain
Ernst & Young has released a new version of its blockchain analyzer and zero knowledge proof protocol.
Major Auditing Firm Ernst & Young Releases Updates to Two Blockchain-Related Products
Ernst & Young has argued that the now-shuttered Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX should be placed in bankruptcy rather than undergo restructuring.
Ernst & Young Argues That Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX Should Be Placed in Bankruptcy
Big four auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is the top recruiter for blockchain-related jobs on recruitment platform Indeed.
PwC is Top Recruiter for Blockchain-Related Jobs on Indeed, Big 4 Auditing Firms Follow
A recent report from TNW shows that the U.S. leads the world in blockchain-related vacancies.
US Leads in Blockchain-Related Job Offerings Globally, Data Shows
Jennifer Robertson is seeking $225,000 in repayment for costs associated with QuadrigaCX’s creditor protection proceedings.
Widow of QuadrigaCX Founder Seeks Compensation for Creditor Protection Court Costs