Browsing the "Germany" Tag

Exchange-Traded Notes for XRP, Litecoin Launch on Boerse Stuttgart

| Yogita Khatri

Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart, now offers trading in XRP and litecoin-based ETNs issued by XBT Provider.

A Small Bank in Germany Is Now Nearly 30% Owned by Crypto Companies

| Leigh Cuen

The blockchain startup Nimiq has just joined the ranks of WEG Bank AG shareholders like TokenPay and the Litecoin Foundation.

German Finance Ministry Calls for Regulated Blockchain Securities Market

| Anna Baydakova

The German Ministry of Finance has recommended that the country recognize and regulate blockchain securities.

Germany Seeking Industry Feedback for National Blockchain Strategy

| Yogita Khatri

The German government is soliciting industry feedback ahead of developing a blockchain strategy by summer, according to Reuters.

Pharma Giant Tests IBM Blockchain in Bid to Improve Clinical Trials

| Yogita Khatri

Pharma giant Boehringer Ingelheim is set to trial IBM blockchain in Canada to raise the quality of processes and records in clinical trials.

Germany’s No.2 Stock Exchange Launches Mobile App for Crypto Trading

| Yogita Khatri

Stock exchange operator Boerse Stuttgart Group has launched a mobile app for German cryptocurrency traders.

Major German Stock Exchange to Launch Crypto Trading Platform

| Yogita Khatri

Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, Boerse Stuttgart, is set to launch crypto trading in H1 2019, with ICO token trading coming later.

Payments Startup Bitwala Now Offers Crypto Banking in Germany

| Yogita Khatri

Germany-based payments startup Bitwala is now offering crypto banking services in the country.

Bitwala Partners With Visa-Backed Solaris on Blockchain Bank Account

| Aditi Hudli

Blockchain startup Bitwala is working with Berlin-based fintech company solarisBank to launch Germany's first "blockchain bank account."

Blockchain Is ‘Revolutionary,’ Says German Finance Regulator Chief

| Wolfie Zhao

The president of BaFin thinks blockchain-based applications are "revolutionary" and could turn the entire financial sector "upside down."