Leading trade digitalisation technology provider Bolero International has announced significant new partnerships with CommChain and Envoy to embed electronic bill of lading into their blockchain based digital trade platforms built on R3’s Corda.
pTokens, a cross-chain system enabling assets to move frictionlessly from one blockchain network to another, is to list its pBTC, pETH, and pLTC, tokens on non-custodial digital asset exchange and iFinex brand eosfinex, bringing the top crypto assets to the EOS blockchain through the Bitfinex on-chain ecosystem.
The Global Digital Asset and Cryptocurrency Association (Global DCA) has launched with the aim of guiding the evolution of this new technology within a regulatory framework designed to build public trust, foster market integrity and maximise economic opportunity for all participants.
XDC, the first Corda Network digital currency has been launched by Cordite Society Ltd, a co-operative society registered in the UK, which has leveraged the existing UK legal structure for mutual societies to operate a digital currency, providing the first onshore legal structure for decentralised finance (DeFi).
Tether.to, the blockchain-enabled platform that powers the largest stablecoin by market capitalisation, has surpassed USD600 billion in cumulative transaction volume on Ethereum ERC 20 tokens, according to Glassnode, an on-chain blockchain analytics data provider.
msg, one of Germany’s largest IT consulting and system-integration companies, has formalised a strategic alliance with Marco Polo, a distributed trade finance network.
BCB Group, a digital asset financial services group, has formed a partnership with cryptocurrency exchange and custodian Gemini to provide UK users with faster ways to send and receive GBP.
eosfinex, a high performance, non-custodial digital asset exchange, and portfolio management solution built on EOSIO technology, has officially launched a beta version of its mainnet, bringing Bitfinex liquidity to the EOS community.
Institutional investors are using Bitcoin more to hedge against inflation and currency devaluation and concerns about poor insurance
New research from cryptoasset insurance company Evertas, reveals that 80 per cent of institutional investors believe the recent coronavirus-led quantitative easing policies adopted by Central Banks and Governments could lead to a rise in inflation, and over the next five years, institutional investors will increasingly look to invest in Bitcoin to hedge against this and currency devaluation.
Estonian crypto-to-fiat exchange BitBay has now listed tether (USDt) on its platform.