Jul 23, 2019 at 12:08
Libra is Getting Popular in China Despite Criticism in USA
The latest research shows that Libra, the cryptocurrency owned by Facebook, is now ranked the third most searched keyword on Weibo, a Chinese search engine. Libra follows words like “Chinese Movie Star” and Mona Lisa correspondingly. This is an indicator that people living in the country have started to gain appetite for digital currency including Libra, Bitcoin and others.
Jul 15, 2019 at 10:49
What Does the Entry of Facebook, JPMorgan and Netflix Mean?
Facebook, JPMorgan and Netflix are now in for the innovation game. Several giant institutions have entered the businesses related to blockchain and cryptocurrencies and this has given the industry a big boost. In the same sense, retail investors have also benefited since huge funds, derivatives plus many other monetary instruments are now accessible by the public.
Jul 02, 2019 at 13:17
India: RBI Develops a Blockchain Platform for Banking
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) develops a blockchain-based platform for banking starting with its R&D branch. The distributed ledger tech (DLT) platform is going to host a wide spectrum of blockchain applications beginningovel in 2020. The blockchain-powered platform will serve financial institutions including banks and will start with the RBI’s R&D branch. The new platform is generally for DLT use case for the government in financial banking.
Italian Entrepreneurs Embrace Blockchain and Innovations
Group of young businessmen organize a meeting on the subject of blockchain and its peculiarities at Liuc University, Italy. More and more people have started to feel a need for researching this new financial technology and finding out how to implement it in their businesses.
SEC Chair Needs Basic Changes Before Crypto ETF Approval
Regardless of the unswerving rejections of Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) applications set forth up to the present time, optimism is still high amongst some cryptocurrency users, that the imminent ETF decision may eventually be the one that is approved. That was until Jay Clayton, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman reassured those hopes again when he presented in a speech at Coindesk’s Consensus Invest Conference in New York.