Sep 10, 2019 at 12:22
European Blockchain Service to Create Interoperable Infrastructure
The European Union is interested in the cryptocurrency and blockchain revolution, a thing that has helped it to put digital innovation at the top of its strategies for the economic development of the continent. Principally, the European Commission has placed at the center of its action the formation of a related digital single market, in the awareness that information and communication technologies constitute the very foundation of all new state-of-the-art economic systems.
Apr 09, 2019 at 13:25
INATBA is Pushing Blockchain Tech in Italy & Europe Forward
Several Italian companies in the field of blockchain including Intesa SanPaolo group, Italia4Blockchain association, together with other major firms including IBM, Ripple, IOTA, Cardano, ConsenSys, have officially joined the International Association for Reliable Applications Blockchain (INATBA).
Mar 29, 2019 at 16:49
Italy Targets €100 Mln in Blockchain & Crypto Investment by 2020
When it comes to the use of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, the United States is in its own league. In an effort to outperform the U.S, Italy started investing heavily in this nascent industry. Right now, Italy still has fewer numbers, but the growth rate is promising - it is expected to increase from 2017’s €16 million to €92 million by 2020 and with a CAGR of around 79.2%.
Cryptocurrency is Transforming the European Gambling Sector
The European gambling sector accounts for nearly half of all gambling transaction online and has been growing year on year since the inception of the internet. New mobile technology made it possible to bring casinos games and sports betting to the masses which has completely changed the industry. Now cryptocurrencies are about to do the same and take gambling to the next level. In this article, I will talk about how crypto and the technology behind it is been used to transform one of the world’s oldest industries.
Eastern European Countries Have Not Decided What To Do With Cryptocurrencies Yet
Eastern Europe is hesitating to take the final step towards regulation of the crypto market. Representatives of the eastern part of Europe are thoroughly observing the policy of western countries before making any decisions. Such a tactic has shown no results so far, as each western country has a fintech strategy that differs from others.