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Why stock markets love the blockchain and how Bundesbank and Deutsche Börse are readying to unveil a market prototype.
Malta’s MSE has created a blockchain committee to begin Blockchain research in Malta’s financial sector.
Jason Calacanis has invested in a Bitcoin startup Keza, which allows users to invest in a portfolio of US stocks, bonds, and fixed incomes using Bitcoin.
Japan’s Daiwa and YSE are officially working on a blockchain-based stock exchange for Myanmar to trade securities within 2 years.
Funderbeam is building a blockchain stock exchange for people to invest in privately traded startups.
BitcoinETI becomes the first European regulated product for the leading digital currency after it was approved for admission to listing on the Gibraltar Stock Exchange
CoinTelegraph reached out to Coinsilium to get some more details on its milestone IPO.
Overstock became the first company to offer a corporate bond, valued at US$25 million, as crypto securities to qualified institutional investors.
Overstock takes steps toward issuing blockchain-secured stocks by purchasing a 25% stake in trading firm Pro Securities.
In a show of volatility that only Bitcoin users and some third world countries are really used to, markets around the world have seen falls in price of up to 10% over Monday and early Tuesday.
Keynoting at the Inside Bitcoins Conference in Las Vegas, Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne wowed the crowd by announcing a stock market based on the Bitcoin block chain protocol.
A Bitcoin real estate remittances company is working to lower the bureaucratic complexity of buying American real estate for the Chinese middle class.
China’s stock market woes have been part of the reason for bitcoin’s recent rise in price.
When someone mentions cryptocurrency, the word Bitcoin immediately springs to mind.
Online retailer Overstock has filed for permission to issue US$500m in stocks using distributed blockchain technology.
BitFunder, launched at the end of 2012 and which held $16 million in assets in July, ceased trading on November 14. Any Bitcoins left over will be transferred back to users on December 2.
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