JPMorgan News

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is one the largest financial holdings companies in the world. It was founded in 2000 by a conglomeration of several big financial organizations and now employs Jamie Dimon as its CEO. Not only is it the largest bank in the US, it is also the second most valuable bank by market capitalization in the world. The company is headquartered in Manhattan, New York and has representatives of JPMorgan Chase Bank in over 60 countries, offering the full range of financial services.
The company has also expressed interest in using blockchain and Bitcoin technologies. In 2017, the company joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, an association that was created by companies interested in testing Ethereum blockchain technology for various projects. In the beginning of 2018, the organization published the “Bitcoin Bible” for potential investors that explains the technology on which cryptocurrency is based, revealing both its strengths and its weaknesses.

JPMorgan’s blockchain spin-off Kadena has launched its public blockchain, completing what it calls the “industry’s first hybrid blockchain platform.”
JPMorgan’s DLT Spin-off Completes Industry’s First Hybrid Blockchain
Helen Partz
Blockchain will be the most in-demand hard skill in 2020, according to a new study by the educational subsidiary of professional social network LinkedIn.
Blockchain Will Be Most In-Demand Hard Skill in 2020: LinkedIn
Helen Partz
New Year Special
Prices moved up and back down, yet the talent kept coming to work: Let’s take a look at a list of individuals who abandoned legacy industries and ventured into ...
From Meatspace to Cyberspace: Top Execs Moving From Traditional to Crypto Jobs in 2019
Darren Kleine
A review of Bitcoin futures volumes in the week prior to the launch of options reveals “high anticipation,” according to a note from the bank’s analysts.
New CME Bitcoin Options Spark ‘Unusually Strong Activity’ — JPMorgan
William Suberg
United States-based cryptocurrency brokerage BitOoda has secured $7 million in funding from investors including former senior investment exec at JPMorgan.
SEC-Licensed Broker-Dealer BitOoda Secures $7M Seed Funding
Helen Partz
As Robinhood plans to allow its users to buy slices of shares at $1, over 200,000 users have expressed their intent to use the service.
200K Users ‘Already in Line’ for Robinhood’s Fractional Stock Trading
Helen Partz
JPMorgan’s blockchain payments network will reportedly launch in Japan in 2020, with Japanese banks making up the majority of participating financial institutio...
JPMorgan’s Blockchain Network to Launch in Japan in Early 2020: Report
Helen Partz
Expert Take
The evolution of JPMorgan Chase’s blockchain products, an expert take by former JPM and U.S. SEC tech leads.
JPMorgan’s Blockchain Products, Explained by Ex-JPM Tech Leads
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