Switzerland's principal stock exchange will build a blockchain-based platform to tokenize traditional securities for further trading and settlement.
Zug, home of the "Crypto Valley" in Switzerland, has successfully completed its first test of a blockchain-based voting system.
The Swiss City of Zug is launching a pilot that will allow residents to vote electronically, with both polling system and IDs based on blockchain.
A popular event forged during the token boom of 2017 saw discussion about the changing regulatory environment that has resulted.
Crypto exchange Lykke has started a combined accelerator and venture firm focused on blockchain ventures with two former IBM and UBS executives.
Swiss National Bank Governing Board member Andrea Maechler sees value in blockchain, but argues central banks should stay out of consumer payments.
Enquiries around blockchain, cryptocurrency and ICOs in Switzerland have increased significantly, according the country's financial regulator, FINMA.
Switzerland's financial regulator has released new guidelines indicating it will treat some initial coin offerings (ICOs) as securities.
Swiss blockchain project DFINITY Stiftung has raised $61 million from venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and token hedge fund Polychain Capital.
After announcing a Swiss branch, Chinese bitcoin mining giant Bitmain is reportedly looking at a second expansion into Quebec.