Browsing the "Brazil" Tag

Brazilian Bank Aims to Raise $15 Million Through Security Token Offering

| Daniel Palmer

Brazilian investment bank BTG Pactual is planning to raise millions of dollars through the offering of a security token tied to property assets.

This Brazilian Bank Is Using Ethereum to Issue a Stablecoin

| Leigh Cuen

The Brazilian National Social Development Bank is to pilot a stablecoin based on ethereum to combat corruption.

Brazil’s Largest Independent Broker Is Launching a Crypto Exchange

| Daniel Palmer

The parent company of Brazil's largest independent broker is setting up a cryptocurrency exchange, Bloomberg reports.

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Brazil Moves to Probe Banks After Crypto Exchanges Denied Services

| Nikhilesh De

Brazil's antitrust watchdog is investigating major banks for potentially collaborating to prevent crypto brokerages from gaining banking services.

Brazilian Soccer Club Seeks $20 Million In Upcoming ICO

| Nikhilesh De

The AvaĆ­ Futebol Clube is hoping to raise $20 million in the coming months with an initial coin offering.

Ripio Rolls Out Crypto-Powered Loans Across Latin America

| Leigh Cuen

Ripio is driving mainstream adoption among the unbanked of South America, offering crypto loans in Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil.

BRICS Bank Consortium to Research Blockchain Applications

| Nikhilesh De

BRICS nations' state-owned development banks plan to research blockchain technology for international transactions and other products.

Brazil’s Central Bank Plans Blockchain Data Exchange for Regulators

| Madeline Meng Shi

Banco Central do Brasil is building a blockchain platform to ensure the authenticity of data exchanged between financial authorities.

Crypto Exchange Huobi Confirms Move Into Brazilian Market

| Wolfie Zhao

Huobi, a major cryptocurrency exchange originally from China, has told CoinDesk that it's setting up shop in Brazil.

Brazilian Officials Caught Using Bitcoin in $22 Million Scam

| Leigh Cuen

Corrupt Brazilian officials have been caught allegedly using bitcoin to divert millions in public funds that were intended for prison supplies.