United Arab Emirates Ministry of Health Launches Blockchain System

A blockchain system for recording and sharing information of healthcare workers in health facilities has been launched by the UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention. United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP) launched a blockchain system for recording and sharing information of healthcare workers in health facilities. The official news agency of […]

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Libra Seen as Threat to National Currency Sovereignty, Pleads With G-7

Public authorities across the globe continue to press Libra, central banks argue that the stablecoin will threaten sovereignty. Public authorities across the globe continue to press the developers of Libra, Facebook’s proposed stablecoin-like digital asset.  On Sept. 16, Libra representatives met with the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructure (CPMI), a part of the Bank […]

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Major Asian Blockchain VC Firm Launches New Bitcoin Tracker Fund

CMCC Global has launched the Liberty Bitcoin Fund, providing custodial services and institutional-level access to Bitcoin. Major Asia’s blockchain-focused venture capital firm CMCC Global has launched a new institutional tracker fund for Bitcoin (BTC). Custody by Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed firm Called the Liberty Bitcoin Fund, the Bitcoin index fund deploys Anxone, a custodial solution […]

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Korea: Opposition Party Boasts Pro-Crypto Policy in Contrast to Gov’t

South Korea’s main opposition party, the Liberty Korea Party, is poised to unveil its pro-innovation policy for cryptocurrencies and crypto exchanges. South Korea’s main opposition party, the Liberty Korea Party (LKP), is poised to unveil its policy for cryptocurrencies and crypto exchanges. As Cointelegraph Korea reported on Sept. 19, the LKP’s stance appears to be […]

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As Libra Battles Critics, Zuckerberg Aims to Win Over US Policymakers

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is in Washington for meetings with policymakers to discuss internet regulatory matters such as privacy, competition and its handling of political content. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is in Washington for meetings with policymakers to discuss internet regulatory matters such as privacy, competition and its handling of political content. As noted in Bloomberg’s Sept. […]

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