Bank of China Issues $2.8B in Bonds for Small Businesses Using Blockchain Tech
Bank of China has issued 20 billion yuan, or about $2.8 billion, in blockchain-based bonds to small businesses.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) wants Telegram’s former chief investment advisor to testify and hand over documents related to the company's $1.7 billion 2018 token sale.
If stability and liquidity are part of bitcoin's road to becoming a mature asset, 2019 has been a period of arrested development.
Hitting at block number 9,069,000, the systemwide upgrade is the network’s third in 2019.
The majority of asset managers that bank with State Street are interested in digital assets, but none have asked the global custodian to store them yet.
NYDIG plans to raise $25 million for an SEC-approved investment fund focused entirely on cash-settled bitcoin futures.
On another down day, we're talking U.S. warnings on digital assets, a brief history of troubled but systemically important stablecoin "Tether", and a look at the arms-race in blockchain mining technology.