Contrary to recent media reports, Canada’s largest bank is not opening a crypto exchange.
U.K.-based Cashaa, which describes itself as a banking service platform, is about to launch bank accounts for stateside crypto firms denominated in U.S. dollars.
The U.S.-based custody bank is working with BondEvalue, a Singapore-based debt markets tech company, to offer fractions of tokenized bonds to retail and small professional investors.
A new trial will examine if digitalizing fixed income securities with DLT can bring new efficiencies to the Asian markets.
Banque de France is seeking a blockchain analyst who will help the bank define a program for implementing digital currency.
Working with JPMorgan and Temasek, Singapore’s central bank has developed a prototype blockchain-based cross border payments system.
The two Fairfax County, Virginia, pension funds invested only 0.5 percent in crypto and blockchain last year.
U.K.-based crypto exchange CEX.io says it’s joined the Silvergate Exchange Network, the payment rail of the go-to bank for crypto in the U.S..
MUFG launched a 22-member research consortium of security issuers, broker dealers and tech companies to set standards for security token management.
Microsoft has revealed a new platform aimed to make building blockchain tokens in the cloud as easy as plugging in a printer.
Ember Fund, makers of an AI-managed cryptocurrency portfolio app, is seeking to raise up to $1 million through an SEC-registered securities sale.
Digital asset custodian Koine secured an e-money license from U.K. regulators, while it now looks abroad to prepare for a future Brexit.
Crypto startup Knabu is launching a 30-day pilot today to put regulatory reporting on the blockchain.
For the first time this year, BTC-denominated loans now represent less than 60 percent of Genesis’ portfolio.
Bitcoin users in Lebanon have numerous hurdles to overcome to develop a local market during the nation’s economic crisis.
The global organization is aiming to ease the burden of trying to reset land titles in Latin American countries.
A Chinese central bank official has called on commercial banks to adopt blockchain technology in digital finance.
Besu, the new ethereum client from Hyperledger, has the potential to eclipse all other enterprise versions of ethereum, including JPMorgan’s Quorum.
In his first major comments on blockchain, Chinese President Xi Jinping said the country should implement the technology across the economy.
State policymakers want Colorado to be the new Wyoming, creating friendly legislation to draw crypto companies.