Lithuanian Central Bank Seeks Developers for Blockchain Sandbox
The Bank of Lithuania has called for developer proposals to kick off its service-based blockchain platform called LBChain.
The sale of bitcoin, ether and monero brought in €6.4 million, or $7.5 million.
Lithuania’s central bank is set to issue 24,000 digital tokens commemorating the re-establishment of Lithuanian independence in 1918.
Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission said no entity in the Binance Group is registered to conduct any regulated activity.
The Bank of Lithuania's LBCoin digital collectible may be a gimmick, but its ambitions for blockchain tech are very, very real.
Lithuania's Ministry of Finance has published guidance on ICOs, outlining how different aspects of token offerings should be regulated.