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The Swiss government has said that finance regulations should be “swiftly adjusted” to cater for fintech innovations, “in particular the Blockchain area.”
A Swiss startup Procivis has recently announced its proof-of-concept for a Blockchain-backed e-government platform.
BTC.ee owner alleges threats by Estonian police and moves business out of the country as Supreme Court of the country on Monday ruled against Bitcoin in a landmark case.
Guardtime announced a partnership with the Estonian eGovernment e-Health Foundation to accelerate blockchain-based management for patient healthcare records.
The Estonian e-Residency program in collaboration with BITNATION are launching a new Public Notary using Blockchain technology to e-Residents valid in ‘blockchain jurisdiction’.
The Estonian central bank has denied statements by Deutsche Bank suggesting that the Estonian banking system relies on blockchain technology to secure information and more news
Funderbeam, an Estonian company that offers data-intelligence on startups for angel investors, has announced it will launch a blockchain based trading platform for startup-investment.
Interview with Rain Lõhmus about experimenting with the blockchain via colored coins, bitcoin-based certificates of deposit, and the country’s attitude toward technology and innovation.
The Baltic region has been noted for its high output of tech start-ups over the last few years. Now the focus of these companies is increasingly turning towards the digital currency sector.
Gas Stations in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia operated by Lukoil will now accept Bitcoin through a service called SpectroCoin, which allows them to pay with Bitcoin at the pump.
Dutch cryptocurrency brokerage Anycoin Direct partners with TrustPay to expand to an additional 14 countries in Europe, NETELLER changes its stand and adds bitcoin deposit feature, bitcoin exchange CoinFloor partners with Estonian bank LHV, and more top stories for March 25.
A representative from the Estonian central bank referred to Bitcoin this week as “a problematic scheme” and warned Estonians about getting involved with the currency.
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