Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyung said the vaccine passport is built on blockchain technology to ensure security from possible identity theft.
New York is making waves after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of the blockchain-based vaccine passport in a bid to reopen businesses and entertainment venues in the state.
The passport is available for use by New York residents to prove vaccination against COVID-19 as they seek entry to major stadiums, wedding receptions and other similar public gatherings.
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 agency said the license would now enable Bakkt to support customers in New York in buying and selling digital currencies and other digital assets.
In an alert aimed at New York investors, Attorney General James described the “extreme risk” of investing in digital currencies, made all the more relevant by the recent surge in prices.
Joseph Chase Oaks, 22, is facing a slew of charges in connection with the fraudulent cryptocurrency scheme from August 2018 to October 2019.
Bit Digital, the BTC block reward mining firm facing fraud charges in New York, has announced changes to its management.
Block reward miner Bit Digital faces a class-action lawsuit in the Southern District Court of New York as investors are accusing the firm of making false and misleading statements.
The New York Police Department has published a six-page report that explains its use policy for digital currency transaction analysis.
The New York Department of Financial Services granted a charter to GMO-Z.com Trust Company Inc. to issue the GYEN stablecoin in the state.