07Feb/20

Chinese Startup Donates $14K to Fight Coronavirus While Launching a Blockchain Data Platform

Chinese startup FUZAMEI has rolled out a philanthropy-focused blockchain-based platform for tracking and managing data. Dubbed “33 Charity,” the platform is designed to boost the transparency and efficiency of businesses’ internal processes,Read More…

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10Jan/20

China’s Central Bank Completes Top-Later Design and Joint Tests of Planned CBDC

The central bank of China has completed the top-layer design and joint testing of its soon-to-be-released central bank digital currency (CBDC). As domestic news outlet Sina reported on Jan. 10, People’s BankRead More…

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29Dec/19

Bithumb Crypto Exchange Reportedly Considers Litigating $68.9M Tax Bill

Major South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb is reportedly looking to undertake administrative litigation over an $68.9 million (80 billion won) tax bill. English-language local news outlet KoreaHerald reported on Dec. 29 thatRead More…

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12Dec/19

From Health Care to Mining, Central Asia Stays on the Blockchain Beat

Cryptocurrency and blockchain technology continues to be a global phenomenon, with adoption and utilization cases emerging in almost every corner of the globe. Digital technology has become so popular that it isRead More…

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22Nov/19

Tezos Partners With Singapore Gov’t Blockchain Platform for Training Program

Tezos has partnered with Singapore government-backed blockchain platform Tribe to jointly launch a training program for developers on the Tezos blockchain. According to a Nov. 21 blog post, Tezos’s non-profit arm TezosRead More…

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15Nov/19

Institutional Investors Want These 3 Things Before Jumping Into Crypto

Institutional investors aren’t being overlooked at BlockShow Asia 2019. At a panel titled “Unlocking Yield In Cryptocurrency Assets — Encouraging Institutions To Enter The Industry,” a number of crypto leaders shared theirRead More…

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02Jul/19

Longenesis Brings South Korean Medical Records to the Blockchain

Longenesis has concluded two new partnerships in South Korea. According to the Riga, Latvia-based, Hong Kong-incorporated company, it will be providing its medical-consent platform-as-a-service to Hanshin Medipia Medical Center and Infinity Care.Read More…

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