Facebook to allow blockchain and cryptocurrency ads on its social media platform

Facebook seems to occupy more and more space these days into the media especially after anonymous sources revealed Facebook’s strong drive into creating its own blockchain-based payment system and stablecoin that will bring digital currencies into public’s mainstream attention. Leaving aside rumors and suppositions, Facebook announced they just lifted restrictions on cryptocurrency and blockchain related […]

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Central banks of Singapore and Canada operate the first cross border transaction on blockchain

The first test of a cross-border payment operation based on blockchain technology between two central banks of two major countries took place on May 2, 2019. The trial was a success and both the Bank of Canada and the Monetary Authority of Singapore emphasized the importance of blockchain technology to increase efficiency and reduce costs […]

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US SEC comes with a general framework to assess if cryptocurrencies are securities

Blockchain-based projects that are looking to participate in an ICO may sure be interested in the general recommendations published recently by United States Security & Exchange Commission. The role of the Framework for ‘Investment Contract’ Analysis of Digital Assets comes in line with the previous SEC stances on cryptocurrencies in determining if they are to […]

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