After a 2018 lull, blockchain has returned to the public consciousness in force recently thanks in part to Bitcoin’s bull run and Facebook’s announcement regarding GlobalCoin. In this environment, it’s trendy to work on blockchain. What I’m noticing with a lot of projects, though, is plenty of hype and little substance.
In light of Kik’s recent announcement of a crowdfunding campaign to bring about a new Howey Test for cryptocurrencies
PARSIQ’s new blockchain monitoring platform brings additional security and stability to exchanges and stablecoins
For anything beyond basic analysis, the current generation of block explorers are not up to scratch. PARSIQ believes its new blockchain monitoring and intelligence platform will change all that
Law firm ISOLAS LLP was once again involved in an exciting month of developments in Gibraltar’s Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) industry.
A Facebook exec let slip new details on Facebook’s forthcoming currency, which will reportedly be called “Libra”.
San Marino, the tiny enclave in North Italy is the latest country committing to blockchain innovation.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Action Fraud today sent a warning to the public to be wary of investment scams.
Blockchain, typically associated with financial services and volatile cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, is now being touted as the next big thing in disruptive enterprise technology.
Refining the recipe for success in blockchain-based fundraising takes a lot of experience.
LVMH, ConsenSys and Microsoft announce AURA, a consortium to power the luxury industry with blockchain technology
Today, ConsenSys, in partnership with LVMH and Microsoft, announced AURA, a platform that aims to serve the entire luxury industry with powerful product tracking and tracing services, based on Ethereum blockchain technology and utilizing Microsoft Azure. AURA makes it possible for consumers to access the product history and proof of authenticity of luxury goods — […]
According to figures on CoinMarketCap, these past 24 hours have seen trading volumes of $112,527,926,530 – a new all-time high, eclipsing even 2017/2018 when the markets hit their all-time high.