Brazil is moving forward with its central bank digital currency plans, and in the latest move, it has picked nine firms to explore digital real possibilities, including the region’s largest digital currency exchange.
The platform would enable CBDCs to be transferred from one blockchain to another, and would also allow stablecoins to operate on different blockchains.
Bitcoin historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. closed the CoinGeek Conference in Zurich with the final session of CoinGeek TV, alongside reporter Natalie Mason and Dr. Craig S. Wright, as well as some surprise guests.
Visa now settles payments for some of its partners in the USDC stablecoin–this is a major milestone for the digital currency industry.
South Korea’s biggest internet company Naver has joined the race to acquire a stake in Bithumb digital currency exchange.
Visa announced that the first bank to pilot its digital currency APIs will be First Boulevard Bank, a bank focused on financially empowering Black America.
The consumer credit giant was set to acquire Plaid for $5.3 billion, but antitrust claims from the Department of Justice have brought the deal to an end.
Digital currency debit and credit cards are not what the world needs to catalyze digital currency adoption, Patrick Thompson writes.
The Boston Fed’s job listing is the latest digital currency-related job offering to come from a government agency in the United States.
Visa is exploring the different ways it can help legacy institutions integrate blockchain and digital currency.