Boerse Stuttgart’s Crypto Custody Arm Blocknox Expands Service to Institutional Clients

Blocknox will expand its cryptocurrency custody service to institutional clients, including banks and fintech firms. Blocknox, a subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart Digital Ventures GmbH that has provided cryptocurrency custody service on an escrow basis, is looking to expand the service to its institutional clients. Boerse Stuttgart revealed the plans in a Feb. 18 tweet, detailing […]

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Bithumb to Get Wall Street-Level Fintech Expertise via New Partnership

Bithumb has partnered with Singaporean crypto trading platform BitMax to jointly develop new services and products. As not a day goes by without another cryptocurrency partnership, one of the biggest crypto exchanges in South Korea has begun new cooperation. Major South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has partnered with Singaporean crypto trading platform BitMax to jointly […]

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Legal Framework for Tokenization Submitted to Russia’s Crypto Bill

The Central Bank of Russia is moving forward with a proposal to integrate appropriate tokenization regulations in Russia’s troubled digital financial assets bill project. A successful tokenization trial could lead to big changes in Russia’s proposed cryptocurrency legislation. The Central Bank of Russia (CBR) announced on Feb. 17 the completion of a blockchain tokenization pilot […]

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Six Out of Forbes Top 50 Fintech Companies for 2020 Are in Blockchain

Forbes recently released its top 50 fintech companies for 2020, showing six blockchain and Bitcoin companies among the listed firms. Forbes released its Fintech 50 list this week, which included six blockchain companies among the media outlet’s compilation of top financial technology companies.  Carrying a “Blockchain and Bitcoin” category tag, Forbes listed Axoni, Chainalysis, Coinbase, […]

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Australia’s Blockchain Roadmap Isn’t Music to Everyone’s Ears, Draws Criticism

So far, 2020 has been a year of cryptocurrency regulation… Now, Australia has unveiled its five-year blockchain strategy. So far, 2020 has been a year of cryptocurrency regulation: The European Union, the United Kingdom and Singapore have officially introduced their approaches to the burgeoning industry. Now, Australia has published its national roadmap, hoping to become […]

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