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CoinTelegraph investigates the economic impacts of Britain’s exit from the EU and the case for ‘Londependence’.
Stratis, a London-based blockchain solutions company, has a goal of building a Blockchain Development Platform.
The race is on between European cities including Frankfurt, Dublin and Paris for London's finance crown following the Brexit vote.
London Fintech Week is an 8-day event taking place in London on 15th-22nd July 2016.
As a result of Brexit, some UK fintech companies fear the brain drain and trade difficulties, and consider moving out.
If the UK exits from the EU, it should lose its banking passporting rights, warns the head of Bundesbank, and adds that Frankfurt is more attractive as a financial capital.
In a bid to explore the uses of Blockchain, financial companies will now have the opportunity to take part in the first training course by RiskTraining in London
First Global Credit now offers trades of shares on the London Stock Exchange and plans to allow trading in standard commodity futures contracts.
The number of Bitcoin merchants has risen, the value of Bitcoin startups has increased and most importantly, awareness of Bitcoin has increased in countries with poor banking or financial systems.
Vinci Hair Clinic in London announced that it had successfully completed a hair transplant on December 18 that was paid for in Bitcoins.
Max Keiser discusses raising over US$1.5 million, who the number one basher of Bitcoin is, and why bankers’ arrests are needed if he becomes the economic advisor to the Mayor of London.
The City of London has long been considered the financial hub of Europe, and the inclusion of Bitcoin company, Blockchain, on last weeks trade delegation to South East Asia
Bank of England has described digital currencies as ‘harder money’ than a gold standard; Nigeria’s Central Bank is calling for bitcoin regulation and more top stories for August 20.
In a renowned tech-hub in London, people gathered to sip on alcohol, watch musical performance, and explore the world of digital currency.
Delta Business Management, a London based investment company, is developing its own blockchain for timestamping, named Delta ID Coin.
CoinTelegraph reached out to Coinsilium to get some more details on its milestone IPO.
Hugh Halford-Thompson, Co-Founder of QuickBitcoin gets interviewed by CoinTelegraph
OpenBazaar team is looking to involve people and create some public exposure around the app by organizing a MeetUp in London.
The Real Estate Giant RE/MAX's London division has announced a pilot program in conjunction with GoCoin to begin accepting Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin for rent payments.
FinTech startups are relocating to London to engage with large financial institutions and banks through connections from accelerators and mentorships.
National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has issued a warning for TorrentLocker ransomware disguised to look as if it's sent from UK institutions and corporations.
Bitcoin expert Andreas Antonopoulos compared the disruptive potential of the cryptocurrency to the Punk Rock movement of the 70’s and addressed the problems in Greece at the Wired Money 2015 Conference
An international crime expert has labeled London the center of international money laundering, saying the city's major banks disregard the anti-money laundering regulation that at the same time burdens FinTech startups.
Greece finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, resigns after Greece votes 'No'; Mt. Gox Trustee, Nobuaki Kobayashi, extends deadline for filing claims to July 29 and more news
George Galloway, a mayoral candidate of London, has implemented the blockchain technology as a part of his 2016 campaign to create a platform called MayorsChain
British company Intelligent Environments wants to secure your banking information with emojis; online small business lender, Bond Street, secures new funding; and more news
To make life easier for us and our readers, we will be dedicated a weekly article that will include a condensed list of some of the latest merchants, businesses and organizations accepting Bitcoin worldwide.
Fernandez came up with the idea for his shop, Azteco, after having an epiphany about Bitcoin’s ease of use. “Bitcoin is hard to understand, but it doesn’t have to be,” he said.
The Swiss banking giant UBS is about to dip its toe further into cryptocurrency related technology. The bank will open a blockchain research lab in London later this month.
CoinSummits' exclusive, high profile Bitcoin event.
Backpackers and budget travelers in London can now pay for their accommodation in both Bitcoin and Litecoin.
“Capital goes where it is treated well”—so goes the saying about the movement of human talent, monetary savings and material goods across geographical landscapes. The company CoinJar, an Australia-based Bitcoin seller and wallet provider, has today relocated its physical headquarters from Melbourne to London. This move...
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.
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