Petra Hielkema believes central banks around the world need to explore new technologies, like blockchain, to keep their security at acceptable levels.
The Netherlands is continuing its Odyssey tradition for the third year, where all sorts of talented individuals will gather to tackle societal challenges by offering solutions through emerging technologies.
Finturi applies blockchain technology to help businesses access financing against their invoices, and has raised €2 million to do just that.
A Dutch crypto trader was gruesomely tortured by robbers for over an hour, and police believe they wanted his crypto.
An official recommendation has been made to the Nethelands that would introduce a licensing system, effectively ending anonymous crypto trading.
Data released by Statista showed that as of August, Amsterdam is leading the race with about 12 crypto ATMs installed, while Luxembourg is lagging behind despite it being a global center of traditional finances.
The Netherlands Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) expressed “serious doubts” over whether entities that are dealing in cryptocurrencies actually conform to licensing laws.
Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra says regulation must be created with an international approach, otherwise enforcement is impossible.