The Italian Banking Association (ABI) successfully processed the reconciliation data of an entire year of local banking activity on a blockchain platform.
The association announced the successful test of the Spunta Project’s system in a press release published on Oct.
Five major automakers — BMW, General Motors, Ford, Renault and Honda — will start testing a blockchain car identification and payment system next month in the United States.
Automakers envision self-paying cars, digital IDs Nikkei Asian Review reported on Oct.
What’s the world’s most widely used cryptocurrency? If you think it’s Bitcoin, which accounts for about 70 percent of all the digital-asset world’s market value, you’re probably wrong.
While concrete figures on trading volumes are hard to come by in this often murky corner of finance, data from CoinMarketCap.com shows that the token with the highest daily and monthly trading volume is Tether, whose market capitalization is more than 30 times smaller.
French crypto startup Keplerk has relaunched its service to accept Bitcoin (BTC) payments in over 5,200 tobacco shops in France starting from Oct. 10.
Service first launched in January After suspending the service in less than two months after launch in January, Keplerk says that its customers will be able to buy Bitcoin from tobacconists in coupons of 50, 100 or 250 euros, France’s top news channel BFM TV reports Oct.
A recent study has revealed how the crypto ecosystem is becoming free from a collection of coins affiliated with projects with little or no business proposition, market traction, and ready products, more commonly known as “shitcoins”.
Australian startup Incent plans to offer a 20% payback in its INCNT token on fuel purchases at United Petrol stations for a limited time.
Incent announced in a press release published on Sept.
An employee at a nuclear research center in the closed town of Sarov in Russia was fined for illegally mining Bitcoin (BTC).
Convicted to pay $7,000 fine According to a Sept.
A distinguished manufacturer of cryptocurrencies, BitHarp Group Limited www.BitHarp.com is delighted to announce the launch of two new high-performance liquid mining rigs capable of delivering excellent usage capabilities and unprecedented profit making potential.
Telegram’s blockchain project, TON, has entered the last preparation stage before going live.
The code for running a blockchain node was released on the test network portal late Friday.
Malta-based crypto exchange Binance wants to spur greater research in open-source blockchain development.
To that end, the exchange unveiled Binance X on Thursday, announcing that it was funding more than 40 developers conducting research into open-source crypto software.
A massive 94,505 bitcoin transaction made crypto headlines as investors and investigators speculated from whence the BTC came.
The wallet, first accessed late on September 5, 2019, has been involved in only seven transactions including the massive whale move.
Led by Naspers, Blockchain.com Ventures, and Angel Invest Berlin, dapp data analysis and discovery tool DappRadar announced yesterday the closing of a $2.33 million seeding round. The company said it will use the funds for R&D and to add new services to its site.
Bitcoin holders have made easier profits than traders who buy and sell it consecutively, according to data provided by Rhythm Trader.
The prominent cryptocurrency analyst found that bitcoin has been profitable for 3,817 days out of 3,869 days of its existence.
IBM and Chainyard have launched a blockchain network, Trust Your Supplier, designed to improve supplier qualification, validation, on-boarding and life cycle information management.
Founding participants are: Anheuser-Busch InBev, Cisco, GlaxoSmithKline, Lenovo, Nokia, Schneider Electric and Vodafone.
A new patent application from IBM describes a blockchain-based web browser.
Published on August 6 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, IBM’s patent is for a web browser backed by a peer-to-peer network.
Cryptocurrency crime made good money last quarter, although less than in the first quarter of 2019.
According to an initial release of CipherTrace’s Q2 2019 Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering Report to CoinDesk, aggregate crypto losses reached $4.3 billion this year.
A leading online brokerage company in Japan, Monex Group, wants to become a part of Facebooks’ Libra project. The broker applied to become a node operator.
Oki Matsumoto, the president of the Group, announced the decision during the company’s regular meeting devoted to the results of Q2.
Phone House, a European electronics retailer and telecom provider, has teamed up with UTtrust, a cryptocurrency payment solution, to offer crypto payments to its customers.
UTrust, based in Switzerland, went live earlier in 2019 when football club Benfica enlisted its services to accept cryptocurrency payments.
An Austrian printing company that has history going back to the early 1800s has launched a cryptocurrency storage device.
The new hardware wallet comes from YOUNIQX Identity, a subsidiary of the Vienna-based Austrian State Printing House (Oesterreichische Staatsdruckerei or OeSD) – a secure printing firm which is now the country’s high-tech passport maker and provider of other secure identity solutions.
Privacy-focused digital currency Zcash (ZEC) has forked into a new blockchain network dubbed Ycash, whose total supply amounts to 21 million coins.
According to a tweet by the Ycash Foundation, the first block of Ycash was mined today, July 19, at 7:36:51 PM PDT.