One reason that Coinbase’s appearance on the list is significant is because the company appeared on the list above JPMorgan Chase, also one of the most well-known financial institutions in the world.
Cryptoraves is crying foul after JPMorgan Chase closed down their bank accounts, and shortly after the announcement of the new JPM coin too.
JPMorgan Chase is about to become the first U.S. multinational bank to roll out a cryptocurrency that will be used to "instantly settle payments between clients."
Reports are surfacing that major banks could be fined as much as $400 billion by 2020 for malpractice.
Investment bank JPMorgan Chase has filed a patent for a new asset-backed virtual receipt system, powered by blockchain technology.
In a dramatic reversal of outlook on the cryptocurrency and blockchain market, banking giant JPMorgan Chase has—you heard it right—applied for a blockchain patent as far off as last October.
JPMorgan Chase and Co has been slapped with a lawsuit on the exorbitant interest rates it allegedly charged a client who purchased cryptocurrency in Idaho.
It would appear that BoA executives recognize cryptocurrency for what it really is—a real future for currency.
In the latest we’re-not-talking-about-cryptocurrency talk, JPMorgan let go a nugget that proves the lack of financial understanding.