Blockchain infrastructure firm SETL, which filed for insolvency in March, is back as a new entity formed by its management team.
A law firm has taken the London Block Exchange to court saying it's owed money, but the startup's CEO has denied it is going out of business.
The London Metal Exchange is said to be supporting an initiative to better track physical metals using blockchain tech.
BlockEx, a London-based platform for launching and exchanging tokens, was beset by a series of setbacks that led to downsizing.
Calastone, the U.K.-based operator of a transactions network for investment funds, is moving settlement to a blockchain by May 2019
Ethereum development startup ConsenSys is expanding to London.
British police arrested an individual last week for allegedly fleecing would-be investors via a fake cryptocurrency investment scheme.
Euroclear is planning to launch its blockchain-based gold trading platform later this year.
A former official for the UK’s Foreign Office has joined the board of blockchain startup Setl.
The London police are investigating a digital currency scheme widely believed to be fraudulent.