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CoinTelegraph has compiled a list of some of the most notable banking giants experimenting with Bitcoin’s underlying technology.
“The Future of Financial Services,” a 178-page report released on June 30 by the World Economic Forum, explains one of the greatest advantages of FinTech firms.
This week saw many companies bail out on New York after the BitLicense took full effect, including bitcoin exchanges Kraken and BitFinex, and Bitcoin marketplace Paxful
China, with its high-pace economy, certainly plays a significant role in the Bitcoin space, but with the recently released Goldman Sachs report, it is becoming even clearer just how much impact the country has on the nascent cryptocurrency industry.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein has described how financial regulation can prevent FinTech startups challenging the investment bank, acting as a “moat” around their business.
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As much as the financial establishment hates to admit it, Bitcoin is a major economic and technological advancement, and it's not going anywhere.
Beyond the business opportunities, financial innovations have a larger socio-economic role to play and could help pull billions of people out of poverty, according to a new report.
BTC Guild will close shop in New York over the Bitlicense; Goldman Sachs plans to launch its own LendingClub competitor; Adam Back has called for more open discussion on the Bitcoin Block size and more news
Goldman Sachs has joined a round of funding for Circle, Purse.io has integrated with Shapeshift.io, SilkRoad trial judge rejects retrial demand and more news.
Leading a US$50 million investment round, Goldman Sachs has shown that it finds Boston-based Circle Internet Financial, Inc.'s global vision promising.
British company Intelligent Environments wants to secure your banking information with emojis; online small business lender, Bond Street, secures new funding; and more news
Blythe Masters' Digital Asset Holdings acquires Hyperledger and Bits of Proof; Seals with Clubs operator Bryan Micon reaches plea deal to avoid jail time and more news.
RE/MAX London begins accepting BTC for rent payments, NY BitLicense enters its second 30 day comment period, Bitcoin Foundation attempts to improve Bitcoin’s image and other top stories for February 26.
Former Secret Service agent Shaun Bridges plead guilty to stealing over US$800,000; a Goldman Sachs global investment research analyst praised blockchain technology, and more news
TechCrunch reported earlier this week on a report issued by Goldman Sachs in which the bank concluded Bitcoin is not, in fact, a currency.
A rather interesting question was raised on one of The Wall Street Journal blogs giving cryptography an orthography twist. So, should it be Bitcoin or bitcoin?
Michele Burns, a board member at Goldman Sachs and Cisco (and until recently Wal-Mart), has joined the board at Jeremy Allaire’s startup, Circle.
Last week, TechCrunch published a story based on a Goldman Sachs document one the publication managed to get its hands on. The bottom line: It’s too risky for the banking company’s investors.
Why banks joined the cryptocurrencies race? To stay relevant, match up to competition, exercise control or defeat existing crypto?
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