Even aside from speculation and the pandemic, the industry has continued innovating, developing and growing throughout the region.
In this new episode of BSV Stories, CoinGeek’s Natalie Mason explores Zug, Switzerland—a small historic town that’s home to some of the world’s largest corporations.
In this latest episode of BSV Stories, CoinGeek’s Natalie Mason explores Switzerland’s Crypto Valley, the home of many digital currency and blockchain focused businesses.
Payments made in digital currency will have a CHF100,00 ceiling, and both companies and private individuals are allowed to pay with digital currency.
Key players from Bitcoin Association, TAAL and nChain spoke at an exclusive event, introducing Crypto Valley to the capabilities of Bitcoin SV.
Switzerland’s government has rejected a request that would have seen several digital currency and blockchain companies benefit from $103 million relief.
Crypto Finance AG has raised $14.5 million in Series B funding. The funding will go towards expanding its digital currency products to the international market.
Dubai has partnered with CV VC to develop Crypto Valley – an ecosystem for crypto and blockchain that will offer incubation, training, education and more.
Zug, the Swiss city that has been dubbed “Crypto Valley” because of its growing innovation community, is now the fastest-growing tech hub in Europe.
Stringent regulations and unwelcoming banks are causing Switzerland to lose business in the cryptocurrency sector to its crypto-friendly rivals like Lichtenstein, Gibraltar and the Cayman Islands.