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Developing events reveal a pronounced step in the expansion of the Bitcoin market in Canada and Australia if the recent actions of Netcoins is anything to go by.
Microsoft and Bank of America announced a new landmark partnership to use Bitcoin’s Blockchain technology to improve financial transactions between consumers, business, and the banking industry.
Ethereum blockchain platform is to open a blockchain research center in Skolkovo (Russian counterpart of Silicon Valley), and partner with Acronis, a data management company.
Hashflare wants to start Dash cloud mining and calls for a pre-order of the limited amount hashrate before it is finished.
IBM announced a strategic partnership with China’s UnionPay Bank and a US$200 million investment in its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) headquarters to fund various Blockchain developments.
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A Finnish development agency is piloting a blockchain-based logistics application in order to revolutionize the supply chain.
The SEC’s inefficient approval process of new ETFs has been criticized by a large group of financial experts and firms over the years.
AntShares has recently partnered with Microsoft to develop Blockchain-based digital evidence storage services and is currently planning a global expansion.
CoinTelegraph spoke to Trevor Altpeter and Matt Young, directors of the Counterparty Foundation, about the partnership with Storj, micropayments, and the Lightning Network.
ConsenSys, Microsoft, and Blockstack Labs collaborate to create an open-source, self-sovereign, blockchain-based identity system while ex-trader starts a non-profit ID2020 to address the problem at UN-level, through public-private partnership.
Bitso has begun offering Bitcoin payroll services to Mexican workers. Thanks to a partnership with payroll service Bitwage, the cryptocurrency exchange now allows workers to be paid in Bitcoin and receive pesos.
Technological growth, quest for change, rapid evolution, pursuit of relevance and maturity, are among many factors which have seen the Blockchain ecosystem experience a season of partnerships
India’s leading Bitcoin exchange, Coinsecure, has announced its partnership with Netki, with the purpose of allowing its Bitcoin wallet users to create their own wallet names.
Uphold has recently unveiled a new partnership with payroll payment service Bitwage, which will allow its users to receive their wages in Ether from now on. CoinTelegraph talked to Jonathan Chester, Bitwage President, about this move.
On Monday, Bitwage announced its partnership with a top insurance carrier. It didn’t reveal its name, however.
Paxos, a Blockchain company formerly known as ItBit, announced its strategic partnership with Euroclear to deploy a Blockchain settlement service for gold markets.
Established Bitcoin brand names Bitstamp and Trezor are now partners in what should help them make their customer bases growing.
Payroll in Bitcoin has just reached Germany, with payment processors BitPay and PEY partnering to allow Germans to make their living in cryptocurrency.
Synereo gets a push from a Silicon Valley company for its technology that allows for the building of decentralised applications.
Brave has announced that they are partnering with Coinbase and BitGo to provide Bitcoin wallets and purchasing tools for the Brave Ledger.
Bitfinex has announced that it has formally signed a letter of intent with the online investment platform BnkToTheFuture to provide solutions towards compensating customers with equity in Bitfinex.
TradeZero has teamed up with Bitcoin serial entrepreneur Jered Kenna to create the world’s first “dark pool” exchange for Bitcoin and eventually other digital currencies.
Electronic payments technology company NetCents has partnered with professional services firm Vanbex to provide what it claims to be a streamlined, full, end-to-end innovative financial services platform.
Elliptic’s partnership with IWF would likely be the beginning of Bitcoin being less attractive to a variety of users, including those who want it for illegal and ideological reasons.
In an unexpected partnership for a cryptocurrency business, Ripple has announced a partnership with fiat-based money transfer operator Western Union.
The Blocknet is adding Ethereum to its suite of supported currencies, bringing Ethereum's smart contract and VM features to the Blocknet.
Users of Vaultoro are now able to purchase physical gold with Bitcoin and 35+ altcoins, including Dogecoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, Monero and others. The bitcoin gold exchange integrated the ShapeShift API on June 3.
JP Morgan Chase & Co., the largest bank in America and one of the world's major provider of financial services, recently issued its 2014 annual report.
Philippines-based universal Bitcoin company Satoshi Citadel Industries’ startup Rebit.ph has partnered with Shapeshift.io, enabling its users to send remittances using altcoins supported on the Shapeshift platform.
EmerCoin initiated its partnership with Microsoft, leading positive effects to both companies.
Bitcoin Shop, Inc. (BTCS), the first publicly traded Bitcoin company in the U.S., has announced that its management will voluntarily cancel all outstanding options of the company.
CCEDK, OpenLedger and PeerTraks partnered with new blockchain-based platform called MUSE to offer unique opportunities for monetising music.
Denmark based exchange CCEDK will be the world’s first exchange to make its order books and solvency transparent following a partnership with Cryptonomex.
BitQuick announced that users on the security-oriented company Coinkite.com will be able to conveniently utilize the BitQuick platform directly from within Coinkite's wallet interface.
In the wake of continued sanctions, Russia is turning to China to provide new financial possibilities, with signing a currency swap deal worth 150 billion Yuan (US$24.5 billion) and other measures.
Data intelligence provider Funderbeam is set to launch the world’s first blockchain based investment trading platform over the next few months, through a partnership with colored coins developer ChromaWay.
Bitnet and PAY.ON have announced a partnership allowing PAY.ON’s entire customer base, which includes over 100 PSPs and 56,000 merchants, to accept bitcoin on its platform.
Tether recently announced its integration with the cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptsy, expanding its digitized dollar service.
The universe of Bitcoin ATMs (or BTMs, if you prefer) is growing at an increasing rate, and there are some interesting developments to report.
Mobile software provider Acromobile partners up with digital commerce platform provider Bitnet, to offer merchants the ability to be paid in bitcoins.
Bitwage is looking to take Bitcoin and Gold to the cloud by offering a new service called “Cloud Savings.”
Mexico continues its open arms approach to Bitcoin propagation with the partnership of Bitcoin exchange Bitso with mobile payment provider Pademobile.
The first instant remittance service to the Philippines has launched, using Bitcoin to facilitate near-real time funds transfer to the country.
American multinational banking and financial services holding company JP Morgan Chase & Co. has announced the launch of its own version of a mobile payment system
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