Investment bank JPMorgan is reportedly expanding an existing blockchain platform with hundreds of banking members to include settlement.
ING’s blockchain team is testing privacy tech called "bulletproofs," the latest in a series of such experiments at the global bank.
Crypto exchange Coinbase has ranked above investment banking giant JPMorgan in LinkedIn’s top 50 U.S. employers list for 2019.
Deloitte, KPMG and EY are all in the top five when it comes to posting blockchain and crypto job ads in the U.S., according to Indeed.com data.
Fresh off its big reveal of JPM Coin, the megabank is quietly testing a cutting-edge form of ethereum privacy tech.
JPMorgan's CEO has suggested that consumers could eventually use its U.S. dollar-linked token.
The $156 in bitcoin being passed via the "Lighting Torch" is a bigger deal than trillions in JPM Coins would be, writes Michael J. Casey.
JPMorgan has built a crypto token and it's moving to real-world trials in "a few months," according to a CNBC report.
A blockchain payments trial launched by JPMorgan, Australia's ANZ and the Royal Bank of Canada has just gained over 75 new banks as participants.
R3 is reportedly running low on cash – and judging by the social media response, the crypto-community isn't showing much sympathy.