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Fast growing unicorn will stay put in its London HQ post Brexit, but will set up office on continent if UK loses passporting rights.
Our London Correspondent on new ICOs, Mormons seeing the light in Blockchain, Satoshi, Blockchain entrepreneur abducted by aliens and CityChain 2017.
Humaniq has announced the launch of its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) pre-order fund for bank transfers on their website in order to meet expected high demand.
Alphavend has installed a third Bitcoin ATM, representing its second in London with a maximum purchase limit of £1000.
Our own correspondent Nick Ayton on the Turing Award, Bitcoin hard fork, new ICOs and tokenization during a rather somber week in London.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton, the sage of Shoreditch summarizes another great few weeks in the fintech capital.
Vaughn McKenzie of the London-based tech company JAAK has announced META project, a decentralized open network, backed by Ethereum and Swarm, which enables organizations to capture, store, verify and communicate commercial metadata.
The Financial Conduct Authority granted a local London-based blockchain startup Tramonex a Small Electronic Money Institution (EMI) registration.
Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton’s London Roundup: Blockchain major must-see events, today’s most sexy ICOs and Irishman discovering consensus. TankCoin launched by MoD and Satoshi spotted again.
Fintech businesses in the United Kingdom should prepare for more intense regulation, the Bank of England says sharing its vision of post-Brexit London.
To prevent a shortage of Fintech startups and talents in the country, London is forming a fintech bridge with Belgium’s financial sector.
London takes it easy in CoinTelegraph Exclusives: Bitcoin price hike and then drop in January explained, the new bOObCoin launches in Essex, Assange invents Proof of Life and Satoshi spotted selling the Big Issue outside the Bank of England.
Insurance markets embrace Blockchain, a team of Blockchain experts offers consulting - this is one side of the CT London Scene Roundup, the last one this year. There’s a funny side, too, as Nick Ayton spots Satoshi again and speaks with the old Lady trapped in Bitcoin Mine.
Our London columnist reports on an Ethereum-related mortal accident in Shoreditch, discovers Blockchain’s Book of the Mormon and crypto Bite-Coin in the Tower.
Nick Ayton on SproutCoin potential with Ethereum, AccapulcoCoin’s successful ICO, and the fintech making strands into the London Red Lights district.
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