Coinbase ($COIN) will become a publicly-traded company via a direct listing on the Nasdaq stock exchange on April 14th.
The firm has signed a definitive agreement to merge in a stock-for-stock deal with Nasdaq-listed customer and technical support provider Support.com.
The Chinese block reward miner manufacturer is preparing for an imminent initial public offering (IPO) that could see the firm debut on the Nasdaq over the coming weeks, according to reports.
Diginex's acquisition of 8i Enterprise Acquisition Group has been approved by shareholders and Diginex will go public on Nasdaq later this month.
Canaan Creative has reported a Q2 2020 net loss of $2.38 million, an improvement over the prior Q1's reported loss of $5.64 million loss.
In his interview, Jimmy Nguyen explained how BSV’s massive scaling and very low transaction fees are solving the broken model of today’s Internet businesses.
BlockFi has just closed a $50 million series C fundraising round that gave the company a valuation of roughly $400 million.
The Hong Kong-based firm is merging with 8i Enterprises Acquisition Group as part of its plans to go public in September.
Ebang went public on a United States stock exchange at a time when U.S. sentiment around Chinese companies is at an all-time low.
Nasdaq will be making it more difficult for foreign companies, including blockchain firms, to list on its exchange.
Nasdaq is looking for ways to leverage blockchain technology, but doing it on a private, permissioned blockchain is not the right way to go.