German Federal Minister of Finance Olaf Scholz has again stated that policymakers should prevent the issuance of Facebook’s Libra stablecoin
Ford uses blockchain tech to track “green miles” driven by its energy-efficient vehicles
Coinbase has become one of the few companies with an e-money license from the Irish Central Bank
The Bank of England has established provisions for Facebook’s Libra should it be issued in the country
Crypto wallet and debit card service company Cryptopay now offers transfers with pounds sterling
The European Union’s finance commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis pledges to propose new rules to regulate digital currencies such as Facebook’s Libra
FOIN, a cryptocurrency company and a developer of the transparent payment system FoPay, announced the strategic partnership with Cyclebit, a crypto payment solutions provider. According to the official information, starting from that day, FOIN, the decentralized peer to peer cryptocurrency for the finance sector, along with 20 other top cryptos are accepted at more than 200,000 points of sale in Europe, Asia, and Canada. Now, FOIN holders can use their digital assets to make purchasing in stores, cafes, restaurants, and even service companies (e.g. barber shops).
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EU antitrust regulator discusses possible impact from Libra’s launch
Crypto trading platform Bittrex has announced Bittrex Global, a new platform headquartered in Liechtenstein
Banks are laying off workers across the globe as revenue declines throughout the sector. According to reports, banks have announced nearly 60,000 job cuts so far this year, with most of the layoffs happening in Europe, especially in Germany. Also read: Panic at 137 Bank Branches as RBI Limits Withdrawals to ₹1,000 Almost 60,000 Job […]
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