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Rothschild Investment Corporation has no ties with the Rothschild family, according to NYT article.
Bitcoin “does not have to become a more stable store of value than the US dollar” to gain respect, the Wall Street Journal has said.
The chief executive of the Wall Street clearing house set to transfer to Blockchain tech has spoken of how the future of Wall Street could be “very different.”
Blockchain technology company, Factom has collaborated with financial data feed company, Intrinio to put Wall Street on the Factom blockchain.
When my Mom is on board, you’re doing something right.
Blythe Master’s new Blockchain startup is set to receive huge investment from Wall Street in 2016. What could this really mean for the Blockchain technology and how much impact is this going to have on the Bitcoin market?
This week saw many companies bail out on New York after the BitLicense took full effect, including bitcoin exchanges Kraken and BitFinex, and Bitcoin marketplace Paxful
Online retailer Overstock has filed for permission to issue US$500m in stocks using distributed blockchain technology.
While Bitcoin pundits were sure 2014 was going to be the year Wall Street came to Bitcoin, their predictions may have been a year too early.
Council on Foreign Relations describes Bitcoin as ‘the craziest thing since the 1630s’; PayPal fined US$7.7 million for allowing transactions to countries covered by the United States' sanctions policy and more top stories for March 27.
The Wall Street Bitcoin Alliance (WSBA), a trade advocacy group composed of financial market professionals, is looking to "guide and promote comprehensive adoption of digital currency and blockchain technology across financial markets."
In the latest episode of Epicenter Bitcoin, Brian Fabian Crain and Sebastien Couture were joined by Daniel Gallancy, CEO and Founder of SolidX Partners Inc. With his company that recently raised a US$3 million funding round from Liberty City Ventures and Wall Street investors, he aims to make Bitcoin accessible to financial investors that have so far been excluded from the Bitcoin market.
Wall Street investment firm, Wedbush Securities, recently announced that it would be forming a partnership with the Bitcoin trading service company, Buttercoin.
Who doesn’t love a good breakdown of how Bitcoin works? Barry Silbert, CEO and Founder of SecondWatch, recently broke down the development and strengths and weaknesses of investing in Bitcoin at a recent MarketWatch event.
The development of Bitcoin contributing to the overall progress of cryptographic currencies could not stay unnoticed by world’s leading traders – the Wall Street brokers and other featured specialists.
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