Seven companies are reportedly preparing to invest in the new platform, which relies on blockchain technology to secure recorded data against risks from external tampering and unauthorized access.
The Central bank of Iran and the Iranian Ministry of Energy have amended a law that allows cryptocurrency to be used to fund imports.
FTX, the digital currency derivatives exchange, has just launched tokenized equities trading; FTX users can now trade digital currency for tokenized stocks.
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The swaps are quoted in USDT, marking the first time Huobi Futures has offered such trades entirely in digital currency.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service has offered clarification on the rules around declaring digital currency activity in new guidance.
The trial will also allow the banks to see how the technology syncs with existing payment systems, as well as providing more effective routes to monitoring compliance.
Blockstream perpetuates the problems faced by Bitcoin knockoffs and then offers its own solution to those problems, while attempting to destroy and censor the better solutions that already exist.
In a new draft law, the bank proposed banning any yuan-pegged digital tokens, effectively killing off any competitor to its central bank digital currency.
Coinbase has just announced that Coinbase Card–the visa-debit card that allows its users to spend their digital currency–is launching in the United States.
Development Bank of Singapore–Singapore's largest bank–has just announced its plans to launch a digital currency exchange.