Tuesday, March 21, 2023


Investors can’t ignore bitcoin anymore

Bitcoin price has risen 25% in the past 25 days. Read more: www.bitcoinist.com

India’s currency ban will push FinTech and bitcoin adoption

To put this currency ban into perspective, an e-wallet provider, Paytm, noted a 1,000% user base increase since the banknote ruling went into effect. Read more: www.livebitcoinnews.com

21 files for new bitcoin mining patent

According to an application published earlier this month, 21 Inc is seeking a patent for "digital currency mining circuitry with adaptable difficulty compare capabilities". Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Ethereum bids for Wall Street with ETF application

The ETF fever might be making a comeback as SEC places itself in the spotlight once again following its decision to review their rejection of the bitcoin ETF. Read more: www.cryptocoinsnews.com

Why Dublin is turning into a haven for blockchain

In the wake of Brexit, the Republic of Ireland could become the go-to European hub for FinTech companies, and among them, its many specialists in blockchain technology. Read more: www.irishtechnews.ie

BitPay beefs up Bitcoin wallet security with Intel chip

BitPay which bills itself as the largest processor of Bitcoin in the world, has linked up with Intel to help ensure the security of its digital wallet. Read more: www.venturebeat.com

BNP Paribas joins the blockchain lab legion

The opening of its new 5,000-square-foot innovation marks a reaffirmation of the French bank s interest in blockchain technology. Read more: www.americanbanker.com

Zurich emerging as hub for FinTech and blockchain

Switzerland, Zurich in particular, is a home to many of the digital currency industry’s leading startups and organizations including Xapo.Read more: www.livebitcoinnews.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

FinTech platforms add Islamic finance capabilities

Goldmoney has certified its gold-based financial products as sharia-compliant, the latest firm to combine blockchain technology to tap demand from Islamic investors. Read more: www.reuters.com