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Investors now have a better understanding not only about crypto assets but also the operational and procedural side of crypto, a new report states.
Crypto and blockchain investments have already doubled 2020’s: KPMG report
As organizations come under pressure to ramp up climate change policies, accounting giant KPMG has launched a new blockchain-based solution.
KPMG unveils blockchain solution to track climate emissions
Announcement by U.S. OCC to fuel business opportunities for crypto exchanges, custodians and traditionals banks.
US Banks Get Crypto Custody Nod, but Instant Demand Surge Is Unlikely
DeFi will see a number of bullish developments over the long term, the latest dGen report alleges.
Report: Big Four Firms to Become 'Crucial Part' of DeFi Ecosystem by 2030
KPMG’s new tools should help crypto services firms in complying with regulations.
Big Four Auditing Firm KPMG Launches a Crypto Management Suite
Big Four accounting firm KPMG issued a new report on crypto assets, estimating that more than $9.8 billion in cryptocurrency has been stolen by hackers since 20...
Institutional Custody Is Key as KPMG Estimates $9.8 Billion in Crypto Stolen Since 2017
KPMG lead predicts blockchain and IoT will enable effective climate management in 2020, a topic to be discussed during Davos.
KPMG Leader Predicts IoT and Blockchain Will Be Used to Manage Climate Change