If there is one blockchain project in the world of cryptocurrency which has faced the most scam allegations, it has to be Veritaseum. A lot of people are not too happy with this project, mainly because there was very little information available about Veritaseum’s business model several months ago. That doesn’t mean the project doesn’t have […]
Mobile stock trading provider Robinhood is now providing bitcoin and ethereum trading alongside the traditional assets it offers.
Putting real-world assets on a blockchain may be a promise worth pursuing, but field reports suggest it’s an idea still just out of reach.
This is not the kind of technology where you “move fast and break things.” Financial market infrastructure is too big to bet on a buzzword.
The maker of multi-signature cryptocurrency wallets turned profitable this year, as the institutional user base it had long courted finally arrived.
Blythe Masters discusses the potential impact of the ASX decision to implement her company’s distributed ledger solution.
After months of testing and deliberation, ASX has confirmed that it will replace its CHESS post-trade system with DLT developed by Digital Asset.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has revealed a plan to issue a bond over a blockchain system in collaboration with a major world issuer.
Olaf Carlson-Wee, founder and CEO of Polychain Capital, has said that bitcoin is a “breakthrough technology,” and perhaps bigger than the internet.
The bubble in cryptocurrency threatens the broader financial system, given new buyers’ different motivations from early adopters and use of leverage.
Horizons ETFs Management has filed for a new blockchain exchange-traded fund with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Blockchain startup Nivaura will today initiate its first bond denominated in ether. And, notably, the issuance will be conducted on a blockchain.
The SAFT framework, despite its limitations, is a reasonable path forward for token issuers given the ambiguity of current laws, writes Jerry Brito.
Three Baltic governments have struck an accord that includes a commitment to support the development of technologies like blockchain.
Tokenization of assets will greatly reduce market friction, in part by giving investors unprecedented levels of information, writes Pavel Kravchenko.