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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.
Bank of England puts 2 mln London Jobs at risk by not providing direction to the cryptocurrency sector. In contrast, ECB is clear.
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.
Stratis, a London-based blockchain solutions company, has a goal of building a Blockchain Development Platform.
London Fintech Week is an 8-day event taking place in London on 15th-22nd July 2016.
The race is on between European cities including Frankfurt, Dublin and Paris for London's finance crown following the Brexit vote.
As a result of Brexit, some UK fintech companies fear the brain drain and trade difficulties, and consider moving out.
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
CoinTelegraph investigates the economic impacts of Britain’s exit from the EU and the case for ‘Londependence’.
First Global Credit now offers trades of shares on the London Stock Exchange and plans to allow trading in standard commodity futures contracts.
OpenBazaar team is looking to involve people and create some public exposure around the app by organizing a MeetUp in London.
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