In the first five months of 2018, cryptocurrency sales from initial coin offerings (ICOs) jumped to $13.7 billion — almost double the amount raised for the whole of 2017, according to a report released yesterday by PwC’s strategy and consulting division Strategy& and Switzerland-based Crypto Valley Association. 2018’s Initial Coin Offerings This year’s digital currency… […]
Liechtenstein’s government is drafting blockchain legislation, but will not be heavy-handed, Prime Minister Adrian Hasler has told CoinDesk.
At the Finance Forum in Vaduz, the Prime Minister of Liechtenstein announced a new blockchain law to be considered this summer. #NEWS
The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein says his family might invest in cryptocurrencies and that he sees a future for the blockchain.
This week the private bank headquartered in the Principality of Liechtenstein, Bank Frick, announced its customers will now have the ability to directly invest in cryptocurrencies. According to the financial institution, the company will offer account holders the means to purchase fives different cryptocurrencies that will be held in cold storage using the bank’s platform. […]
A Liechtenstein bank has become one of the first in the world that allows clients to directly invest in cryptocurrencies.
Liechtenstein: Bank Frick claims there is cross-Europe interest in its new ‘direct’ crypto investment and cold storage options. #NEWS