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A US non-profit supported by Congress is actively looking into blockchain use for audit of public companies.
R3 has lost another player as JP Morgan Chase exits over what the Consortium describes as plans which are “at odds.”
The preparations for BlockShow Europe 2017 are well underway and the organizer’s team has recently shared some good news.
The fallout from the Israeli exchange Coin.mx’s shut down two years ago continues with three more people due to be sentenced in court next month.
Second Tampa Bay man has been charged for conspiracy and operating an unlicensed money transmitting venture; Ricardo Hill was released on a US$75,000 bond.
IMF managing director Christine Lagarde told WSJ she would be surprised if banks don't adopt digital currencies in 5 years time.
JP Morgan key developers, Will Martino and Stuart Popejoy, talk about Kadena, a new private blockchain featuring smart contract language Pact
JP Morgan expects Scotland to split from Britain and establish its own currency. Could Scotcoin, the Scottish cryptocurrency, rise to the top?
Personal data of 55 million Filipinos, including their fingerprints, was recently hacked and posted online, but the international media don't seem concerned.
The speculation regarding the future of Bitcoin has remained a persistent phenomenon. Where is Bitcoin headed?
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon declared Bitcoin dead at the Fortune Global Forum in San Fransisco yesterday.
American multinational banking and financial services holding company JP Morgan Chase & Co. has announced the launch of its own version of a mobile payment system
As much as the financial establishment hates to admit it, Bitcoin is a major economic and technological advancement, and it's not going anywhere.
Former JP Morgan credit default swap pioneer, Blythe Masters, believes that distributed digital ledgers have the potential to empower business models and will fundamentally change how our financial world operates.
CitiBank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, HSBC Holdings PLC and Bank of America Corp. are deeply involved in the bribes, kickbacks and laundering money schemes of some top FIFA officials and sports executives.
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