This week’s crypto news and analysis with Goldfinger and BTO (CEO.CA).
Tadelize says its “tailor-made products” and “sophisticated digital tools” allow users with a variety of experience to find service that suits their specific needs (Cointelegraph).
Canada’s Central Bank, in addition to TMX Group and Payments Canada, has positive things to say about about the blockchain-powered settlement platform (Cointelegraph).
Bitfury has hired 11-year veteran Michael DuBose to help push its Bitcoin blockchain tracking product Crystal (Coindesk).
The two giants are teaming up to use blockchain to improve how donations are made to humanitarian causes (Coindesk).
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Trailer to the documentary “Beyond Bitcoin” (Deadline).
A major cryptocurrency conference is taking place in New York next week, and the head of research at Fundstrat believes price Bitcoin price rises during and after the conference (Forbes).
Finance writer’s insight on Bitcoin and the crypto market (Forbes).
A Buffett fan responds to Buffett’s three major criticisms about Bitcoin (Seeking Alpha).
Allegedly, the spokesperson from Australia’s Department of Home Affairs said blockchain could have a significant positive effect on the country’s trade supply chain (Medium: Futures Team).