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Blockchain technology is giving Africa the opportunity to stand on its own without depending on the generosity of Westerners.
Just like there are varying opinions on Wall Street, so are there in the global central banks.
ECB ends deposit insurance, limits fund access. Better get Bitcoin.
Blockchain technology making Insurance companies GDPR compliant.
German regulator warns consumers of possiblility of fraudulent ICOs, recommends due diligence.
The ECB do not necessarily ignore cryptocurrencies but "don't pose any monetary risk because the amounts involved are marginal.”
Various countries in Europe including Estonia, Sweden and Switzerland are vying towards becoming the first ‘crypto-country’ in the world.
The government of Slovenia has announced that it aims to position the country as the leading destination of Blockchain technology in the European Union.
Universities around the world are implementing Blockchain and cryptocurrency-related courses, to create a supply for the new demand of workers in the emerging m...
The government of Malta is advancing a project to test the feasibility of using Blockchain technology for the recording of academic certificates.
The tiny unrecognized republic of Transnistria is looking to use its cheap electricity to support Bitcoin mining via a government-backed farm.
Roger Ver to establish an independent nation, governed by libertarian values.
High speed Internet provider, Cajutel is using Blockchain technology as a tool to raise capital for the development of Internet services in Guinea Bissau and Gu...
Estonia’s proposed national digital currency has been shelved by the president of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi.
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