The Winklevoss Twins believe that stablecoins and tokenized securities are the future for crypto according to a recent interview. Read more on the news at TokenMarket.
Two Congressman for the United States have introduced a bill to exclude digital assets from being classified as securities. Read more on TokenMarket.
Two of Spain's largest banking groups, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) and Banco Santander, are set to join the latest European blockchain platform according to an article published in Spanish economic newspaper Expansion.
EtherDelta, made infamous by the SEC fine, but it can also show us how powerful tokenisation and decentralisation are.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has joined forces with the Singapore Exchanges to develop a Delivery versus Payment system for tokenised securities.
The Chairman of Russia's Duma Committee has revealed the country's plans to launch a stablecoin. Read more on this news at TokenMarket.
Thailand's Tax Revenue Department has revealed its plans to use blockchain and machine learning technology as a means to track tax payments in the country.
The Maltese government has revealed it is developing an artificial intelligence strategy after recent success as a 'blockchain island.' Read more at TokenMarket News.
An introduction to securities and the concept of a security token.
Recent surveys show that Malta registered the largest share of crypto trading volume in the world. This success for Malta is attributed to the fact that it is one of the first countries in the world to regulate this industry in a holistic manner. Read more.
India's largest internet and mobile phone group has decided to form a blockchain committee.
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has revealed that it has set a €1.1m budget to monitor cryptocurrency and fintech businesses in 2019.