The Litecoin Foundation, the team behind the Litecoin (LTC) cryptocurrency, is taking on a 9.9% stake of Germany’s WEG Bank in exchange for participating in a strategic partnership with Swiss blockchain development company behind the “World’s most secure coin”.
More hacks, more problems for the cryptocurrency markets?
The London Stock Exchange and Natwest are involved in blockchain projects ready for FCA ‘sandbox’ oversight
The LSE is ready to test a decentralised platform for issuing equity tokens, created alongside blockchain experts Nivaura – and is working towards a decentralised exchange
It may have been a torrid year for investors in cryptocurrencies, but recent comments from the main main of Binance – currently the world’s biggest crypto exchange by trade volume – show that it’s still making a pretty penny, and that it expects business to improve.
SIX, the company behind the Swiss stock exchange, is working toward the launch of a “full end-to-end and fully integrated digital asset trading, settlement and custody service” soon.
According to reports, Europe’s largest trader of exchange-traded funds (ETF) is moving more and more into crypto investment, despite the efforts of the regulators in its country of origin to warn investors away from virtual currencies.
The Zebpay exchange announces it’s removing the option to deposit or withdraw Indian Rupees, as the Reserve Bank Of India’s cryptocurrency restrictions come into force.
Binance suspended trading earlier this week, following reports from Syscoin of unusual activity…
Rumours that Facebook could swoop for Coinbase refuse to die.
Funds investing directly in blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies have seen mass diminishing returns in the past year, new research reveals.
Reports say that India’s supreme court has refused to delay the RBI upcoming ban on banks offering services to companies that deal in cryptocurrency.