Because digital currencies “don’t meet the requirements of money,” the South African Reserve Bank calls them “cyber-tokens” (Cointelegraph).
VeChain, a Shanghai-based blockchain startup, is testing a blockchain application to fight counterfeits because “at least half of the Chateau Lafite-Rothschild consumed in China is fake” (Cointelegraph).
Elaboration on what happened to the trustless prediction market system in 2015 (Coindesk).
According to the South African police, “the fraud investigation involves a company named BTC Global, which told clients they would earn 2 percent per day, 14 percent a week and 50 percent in a month” (Reuters).
Based on Microsoft’s Azure cloud-based technology, professional services firm Ernst & Young and software company Guardtime developed the blockchain platform Insurwave, the blockchain-based insurance platform for the global shipping industry (Coindesk).
The various stances and influences big banks have on the economy and digital currency (Forbes).
One of the largest energy suppliers in the Czech Republic Pražská Plynárenskáis is “about to join a growing number of Czech businesses processing crypto payments by introducing them to the energy sector” (Bitcoin.com).
The price swings following the recent investigation discussed (USA Today).
The adult movie actress, famous for claiming to have had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006, is rewarding those who visit her website and watch her videos with cryptocurrency through a partnership with Vice Industry Token (Coindesk).