The NEM foundation, a not-for-profit organisation established to support the ongoing development of the NEM blockchain platform, is almost broke with only “one month” of funding left after “mismanagement” of its cashflow. As a result it is being forced to restructure.
Blockchain is booming – in the finance, tech, and even in retail and hospitality sectors. But regulation around blockchain has become something of a black cloud hanging over what previously seemed like a land of milk and honey for businesses and entrepreneurs.
2019 is tipped to be the year that more and more tech companies will begin to incorporate digital currency into their services.
A recently published report claims that in 2018, $1.7 billion mark was lost to scams and thefts, a figure 3.6 times more than the amount stolen in 2017.
There has been a growing buzz around blockchain in the food industry, especially when it comes to the traceability of food products.
A rash of delays and disappointments have hit the cryptoindustry. At times like these, it’s tempting to throw in the towel and give up on Bitcoin. What are the reasons to be hopeful? What changes coming soon will change the mood?
Contributed article by Emily Woodham of TokenomX Blockchain is something that we continue to hear about, along with other terms like “cryptocurrency” and, perhaps even more specifically, “Bitcoin.” This terminology is no longer reserved for those invested in financial and economic ways, but they are even spilling over into the worlds of those with a casual […]
Analysts at JPMorgan, a New York-based international investment bank with over $2.6 trillion in total assets under control, have said that the value of cryptoassets is unproven and its underlying blockchain technology will not help improve traditional banking processes for at least the next few years.
The peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange LocalBitcoins has shut down its forums amidst reports on social media that its users have been subjected to a phishing attack.
Ripple has announced it will partner with Tsinghua University in Chinese and launch a Blockchain Technology Research Scholarship Program (BRSP) for graduate students in China in 2019. The announcement said that the “BRSP will focus on international regulatory policies and the development of blockchain technology”. Students admitted to the program will be involved in “cutting-edge […]
VanEck’s founder and CEO, Jan Van Eck, said that the firm is ready to answer many of the SEC’s questions but in order to make its case “clearly and convincingly to the regulators” it needs the US government to reopen.