Brazilian investment bank BTG Pactual is planning to raise millions of dollars through the offering of a security token tied to property assets.
The U.S. state of Wyoming has passed several bills aimed to make the state a top destination for cryptocurrency and blockchain businesses.
An HSBC executive has told Reuters that using blockchain slashed the costs of settling foreign exchange trades.
JPMorgan has built a crypto token and it's moving to real-world trials in "a few months," according to a CNBC report.
Japanese banking giant Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group is launching a high-throughput blockchain-based payments network next year.
Four Iranian banks have reportedly teamed up with a blockchain startup to launch a gold-backed cryptocurrency called “PayMon.”
JPMorgan Chase has said that cryptocurrencies would only have value when confidence in traditional assets had been lost.
Dutch banking group ING has inked a five-year licensing deal with blockchain consortium startup R3 to use its Corda Enterprise platform.
Wyoming legislators have introduced a bill to classify digital assets as property and provide banks with clarity on crypto custodial services.
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