Franklin Templeton to Track Money Fund Shares on Stellar Blockchain
Asset manager Franklin Templeton plans to use the Stellar blockchain to record shares in a new money market fund.
The Stellar Development Foundation has burned 55 billion of its XLM tokens, over half the cryptocurrency's supply, CEO Denelle Dixon announced.
The 13-firm alliance will tackle crypto recruiters' quandary with a raft of tools to train students.
Market making may be discussed in hush tones, but according to a handful of startup founders, the service is money well spent.
The exchange has announced that New York residents now have access to two cryptos launched for other jurisdictions months ago.
Adam Ludwin is stepping down as CEO of Interstellar to head a new spin-out. His successor at the Stellar blockchain-focused startup is an ex-banker.