Three female lawyers are aiding in the international development of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology across the world.
The Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary, Maqta Gateway, has, in partnership with the Port of Antwerp in Belgium, launched a test run of an international digital system for trading. This system is based on blockchain technology.
Huobi Global, the third biggest cryptocurrency exchange, has announced four stablecoins to be available to exchange on its platform.
The start-up company, Paxos, recently announced the crossing of its newly created cryptocurrency, Paxos Standard (PAX), into the top 100 most valuable cryptocurrencies in the world. Today it has fallen out of that category.
The Japanese conglomerate, Sony, has announced its development of an online system utilising blockchain technology for managing digital rights.
Elizabeth Warren helmed a discussion with Peter Van Valkenburgh and his counterpoint, Nouriel Roubini, about the security and financial stability of cryptocurrency at the Senate Banking Committee.
Multiple U.S. universities have invested portions of their endowments into crypto funds as exposure to the field increases.
The cryptocurrency exchange organisation has officially paused the depositing of fiat currencies for at least a week.
The Vanuatu Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ralph Regenvanu, has recently discussed plans with the government of Malta for the creation of blockchain legalization and regulation in Vanuatu.