Tuesday, December 1, 2020

‘Crypto Valley Association’ launches in Switzerland

Fintech-friendly Switzerland sees the launch of a new non-profit blockchain advocacy and development group. Read more: www.fintechranking.com

Blockchain startups pair up on currency processing platform

Two London-based start-ups have joined forces on a platform to process currency trades with blockchain technology. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

Australian travel firm trials blockchain with Microsoft

Australian online travel firm Webjet has built a blockchain proof-of-concept (PoC) with tech giant Microsoft as its partner, the company revealed. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Who’s left in the dark about blockchain

With financial services embracing and exploring blockchain, the sector is proving to be a guide for other industries interested in the technology. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Blockchain builder brings protocol to cryptocurrency initiative 

Chain, a San Francisco blockchain company, has joined the Initiative for cryptocurrency & Contracts. With its membership, the firm brings a blockchain protocol to the party. Read more: www.informationweek.com

WINGS Foundation reaches $1m within 48 hours

WINGS Foundation is raising funds to create a Decentralized Platform for creating, funding and managing Projects using Bitcoin and other Blockchains. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

How to make a success out of blockchain

Blockchain is now a business priority for the most senior executives at financial institutions. Read more: www.bankingtech.com

J.P. Morgan has a new twist on blockchain

J.P. Morgan Chase is working on a new twist on the technology behind bitcoin that would allow the bank to use a publicly available system for confidential transactions. Read more: www.wsj.com

Canadian banks experiment with blockchain technology

Canada's central bank, the Bank of Canada, and five other Canadian banks (like a growing number of banks around the world). Read more: bitcoinmagazine.com

Firm Awarded €2.4M to Test blockchain-powered Shipping

An economic development firm owned by a Finnish city has been awarded €2.4 million to build blockchain-powered smart shipping containers. Read More: www.coindesk.com