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Bank of America has begun hiring for blockchain positions, the first indicator that the bank plans to do much else with the tech besides filing patents.
The government-owned Perth Mint is backing a new digital token aimed to allow investors to trade and settle gold in real time.
Societe Generale has no plans to resell its $110 million ethereum bond, but future blockchain trials will involve external investors, an exec said.
The world's leading crypto exchange by volume announced the addition of XRP-BF2 to its decentralized exchange platform.
Erik Finman's $1 million fund will make seed-level investments in startups dealing in banking and decentralized finance.
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Coinbase has released a new trading app for its professional trading clients.
A New York judge has rejected the state attorney general's request to have Bitfinex and Tether compile documents about a loan during an ongoing appeal.
CFTC Chairman Heath Tarbert has just said ether, the world's second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is a commodity not a security.
The founders of Nuo are launching Juno, which will offer a smart-contract wallet with 5.5 percent interest on USDC in a bid to attract retail users.
OKEX Korea is reconsidering a decision to delist the privacy coins zcash and dash it announced in September.
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Bitcoin may rise to $9,000 in the short-term, as traders are seemingly unfazed by the U.S. regulator's decision to reject Bitwise's bitcoin ETF proposal.
Russia's central bank sees no strong reason to launch a national cryptocurrency that would override the potential risks, according to its chief.
Samsung is dipping a toe into blockchain-based remittances thanks to a partnership with Finablr.
The U.K.-licensed firm's new derivative product allows clients to synthetically trade gold against bitcoin and aims to capitalize on a move to haven assets.
Ripple's partnership with banking services firm Finastra will boost each company's capacity for cross-border payments.
The program is meant to support under-resourced areas of development in the ethereum ecosystem.
Bitstamp will begin transferring its assets under management to BitGo's cold wallets on Oct. 10.