Can bitcoin be used for cross-border payments?
In 2008, an anonymous researcher (or team of researchers) called Satoshi Nakamoto published a nine-page research paper entitled “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.” The document, known as the Bitcoin white paper, presented a new type of digital currency which could be sent directly between… The post Can bitcoin be used for cross-border payments? appeared first on Kraken Blog.
Casper blockchain network launches $25M grant to support developers
Blockchain network Casper Association yesterday announced the launch of a $25 million Casper Accelerate Grant Program. The aim of this funding grant is to support developers who are building apps to support infrastructure, end-user applications, and research innovation on Casper blockchain. A proof-of-stake (PoS) platform, the enterprise-focused Casper blockchain aims to help businesses adopt blockchain […]
Australia’s ASE scraps blockchain project despite $170M investment
The Australian Securities Exchange has announced that it will no longer be going forward with its much-anticipated CHESS replacement project. The project sought to replace the exchange’s 25 year-old Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS), which is primarily used to manage transactions and keep track of shareholdings. 5 years in the making The plan, which […]
With $1 Billion In Cash, Binance Goes Shopping for Banks
The crypto winter of 2022 has been brutal for some of the popular crypto firms in the industry. However, for giants like Binance and FTX with cash in hand, it has been an excellent time to add more companies to their bag. Crypto exchange Binance said it is willing to spend $1 billion this year The post With $1 Billion In Cash, Binance Goes Shopping for Banks appeared first on CoinGape.
Just In: Google Launches Node-hosting Service with Support for Ethereum
To make things easier for the Ethereum developers & projects, Google announced its cloud-based node engine service, this Thursday. Blockchains usually rely on networks of nodes or in some instances on computers, that run designated software to confirm transactions & store historical data. These nodes run programmatic codes for various crypto networks and act as The post Just In: Google Launches Node-hosting Service with Support for Ethereum appeared first on CoinGape.
Just-In: European Parliament Votes For Crypto Tax System
The European Parliament has voted in favour of a more coordinated and fair taxation system for cryptocurrencies, and to utilize blockchain technology in facilitating a more robust approach towards mitigating instances of tax evasion. Over 80% Members of the European Parliament vote in favor of resolution The resolution which was drafted by MEP Lídia Pereira The post Just-In: European Parliament Votes For Crypto Tax System appeared first on CoinGape.
Shiba Inu: Shytoshi Kusama Gives This Update On SHIB Burn
Shiba Inu’s price has been on investors’ radar lately, and the recent tweet by its pseudonymous founder & lead developer, Shytoshi Kusama, is one of the reasons for this. Last week, Shiba Inu fans were taken by surprise after Shytoshi Kusama dropped a crucial update regarding an upcoming project in the community that is likely The post Shiba Inu: Shytoshi Kusama Gives This Update On SHIB Burn appeared first on CoinGape.
Long-Term Holders and Derivative Market Traders See Opportunity with the Current Bitcoin Price
Bitcoin trading above the 50-day simple moving average is a bullish indicator for the bitcoin price and many long-term holders are taking note. (Read More)
Oxford City Football Club Partners with CoinCorner to Accept Bitcoin Payment
Oxford City Football Club (OCFC) - one of the most successful and coveted football clubs in the world, has partnered with Isle of Man-based bitcoin company CoinCorner to offer bitcoin payments. (Read More)
New Optimistic Buyers Flock to Bitcoin, BTC & Macro Relation
In analyzing Bitcoin on-chain activity, we at ChangeNOW can see that long-term holders, who are less affected by BTC price volatility, never left the market, while short-term speculators escaped during the recent sell-off, allowing more optimistic buyers to enter (Read More)