Blockchain Startup OmiseGo Signs MoU With Singapore Taxi App Tada

Blockchain payments platform OmiseGo has signed a memoramdum of understanding (MoU) with blockchain protocol Mass Vehicle Ledger (MVL) to collaborate on blockchain research and development. OmiseGO provides an open payment platform and decentralised exchange issued on ethereum. The OmiseGO blockchain is a fully on-chain and massively-scalable decentralized exchange, liquidity provider […]

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“Coinmine One” Allows Anyone with $800 to Mine Crypto at Home

  Coinbase Ventures-backed Coinmine has released a new, Xbox-like at-home crypto miner, the “Coinmine One.” for $799, the Coinmine One can harvest Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Monero, and Zcash, although not Bitcoin–at least, not yet. Coinmine also plans to eventually add support for Grin, Dfinity, Filecoin, and Bitcoin Lightning. Join the […]

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South Korea’s Gyeongbuk Province Launches ‘Special Committee’ to Create Blockchain Hub

The government of South Korea’s Gyeongbuk province has launched a “Blockchain Special Committee” with the goal of creating a blockchain hub in the region, local media outlet Daily News reported Nov. 14. North Gyeongsang Province, also known as Gyeongbuk, plans to create a blockchain hub, inviting 40 domestic and foreign […]

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VAKT To Launch Oil Industry-Backed Blockchain Platform This Month

VAKT, a company jointly established by global banks, energy companies and trading firms, is planning to launch a blockchain platform for energy commodity trading by the end of this month. VAKT was created and launched as an independent firm in December 2017. Companies from energy majors BP, Equinor and Shell, […]

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All Roads Lead to Liquidation: Crypto Companies Cash in Big

A year after the boom that brought cryptocurrency from a multi-million dollar industry to a multi-billion dollar industry, a number of cryptocurrency exchanges and other kinds of crypto companies have found themselves at a crossroads. The story is so common that it’s become a cryptosphere trope: cryptocurrency platforms that started […]

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Blockchain Valley Ventures Launches New Unit in Singapore as Part of Asia Expansion Plans | BTCMANAGER

Blockchain Valley Ventures (BVV), a Switzerland-based venture capital firm and accelerator, has announced it is launching a new regional unit in Singapore. The company revealed the move during the Singapore Fintech Festival on November 12, 2018. BVV’s Asian Expansion With the island nation as their next stop, the Swiss blockchain firn […]

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Singapore Central Bank 'Demonstrates' Value of Blockchain With Tokenized Assets

The Stock Market and Central Bank of Singapore have successfully developed a blockchain-based settlement system for tokenized assets in partnership with some big names like Nasdaq, Anquan Capital, and Deloitte. Singapore Central Bank Seeks Faster Settlement Bitcoinist reported earlier in August that the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), which is […]

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Singapore Exchange, MAS Test Blockchain To Settle Tokenized Assets

Singapore Exchange Limited joined with the Monetary Authority of Singapore to leverage blockchain technology for settlement of tokenized assets. In a statement, SGX said they have developed Delivery versus Payment or DvP capabilities for the settlement of tokenized assets across different blockchain platforms. DvP is a settlement procedure where securities […]

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