This week’s selected cryptocurrency news from Japan, courtesy of Cointelegraph Japan
Third round of ConsenSys’s grants scheme gives away $175K
Ethereum venture production studio ConsenSys announces that it has fully acquired Infura, a blockchain infrastructure provider that the firm previously backed
ConsenSys and the World Wildlife Fund have launched the Impactio platform to trace spending within philanthropy
After successful initial trials, Oxfam will soon test DAI as a means to provide financial assistance in Tanna
Consensys-backed firm uPort has partnered with PwC to develop blockchain-based identity management for financial services
ConsenSys’s enterprise blockchain startup Kaleido implements QEDIT’s zero-knowledge proof privacy solution
Coinbase and Ripple leave the top 10 of Linkedln’s “hottest” startups list
A New Jersey man has been indicted this week for converting over $2 million to bitcoin and operating a private exchange business not registered with the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. According to a July 24 press release by the U.S. Attorney’s office, 46-year-old William Green could face up to five years in prison and […]
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Ethereum cofounder Joseph Lubin was recently summoned to court in New York when a former employee initiated a lawsuit for more than $13 million. According to the summons stemming from former Token Foundry CEO, Harrison Hines, relief was being sought for alleged unpaid profits, fraud, unjust enrichment, and breach of contract. Also Read: Another Self-Proclaimed […]
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