Browsing the "Brazil" Tag

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Brazilian Financial Authorities Announce Regulatory Sandbox For Blockchain

| Diana Aguilar

“This initiative is an answer to great transformation”, the regulators said.

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Brazil’s President Rebuffs Cryptocurrency as Administration Explores Blockchain

| Diana Aguilar

“I don’t know what Bitcoin is,” Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says even as his administration eyes blockchain projects.

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Ripple Kicks Off South America Expansion With Brazil Launch

| Daniel Palmer

Blockchain payments company Ripple has launched in Brazil as the first stage of its planned expansion across South America.

DeepDotWeb Defendants Used Bitcoin to Hide Criminal Proceeds, Say Feds

| John Biggs

U.S. authorities formally charged the alleged moderators of DeepDotWeb with money laundering and other crimes.

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 Avaí 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.