Online Swiss bank Swissquote announced the launch of its ICO offering, becoming the first bank worldwide to allow customers to buy tokens issued within an initial coin offering (ICO) supported by the Swissquote platform. Swiss Diamond Producer Set to Raise $60.73 Million in First Bank-Mediated ICO Ever As the financial industry adapts to the emerging
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Exchanges Trading volumes on exchange-escrowed peer-to-peer (P2P) cryptocurrency trading platforms in India are rising rapidly amid the banking ban by the country’s central bank. “Indians are warming up to P2P in amazing ways,” the CEO of a local crypto exchange told news.Bitcoin.com. Several other exchanges competing in the same space are seeing similar responses from
20.10.2018 D3ledger, software provider for the D3 decentralized crypto assets depository, has started to provide safekeeping of digital assets and cryptocurrencies using its distributed digital depository platform. According to the announcement, on October 16, AddCapital Investment Fund has started to use custody services from D3ledger. Safekeeping service has been done under the partnership with Swiss
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced the launch of the Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub) to promote public engagement on fintech-related issues and initiatives, including blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. SEC Launches FinHub Portal in Connection with the Issuance of Its DAO Report FinHub, which replaces several internal working groups at
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