Singapore’s MAS, JPMorgan Unveil Multi-Currency Blockchain Prototype

Singapore's central bank and state investment firm have created a prototype multi-currency blockchain-based payments network together with JPMorgan. A Nov. 11 report from The...

Malaysia to Impose Cash Transaction Limit of $6K in 2020: Report

Malaysia plans to impose a $6,000 limit on cash transactions in 2020

Fed Must Launch FedNow Ahead of Facebook’s Libra, Says Gov’t Official

A senior United States federal official has argued that Facebook’s Libra highlights the need for the Federal Reserve (Fed) to act urgently and launch...

Ripple CEO: Only 1% of Today’s Cryptocurrencies Will Survive

As many as 99% of all cryptocurrencies will likely go to zero, according to a new prediction by Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse. There are...

Facebook’s Calibra Exec: Libra Is More Like Email Than PayPal

Facebook’s crypto project Libra will be more similar to email tech than payment services such as PayPal, vice president of product at Calibra said....

Global Blockchain B2B Volume Expected to Hit $4.4 Trillion by 2024

The value of Business-to-Business (B2B) cross-border payments carried out on a blockchain will exceed $4.4 trillion by 2024, after reaching $171 billion this year....

Crypto Portfolio App Ember Seeks $1 Million in SEC-Registered Securities Sale

Ember Fund, makers of an AI-managed cryptocurrency portfolio app, is seeking to raise up to $1 million through a Securities and Exchange Commission-registered securities...

Pre-Brexit, Koine Wins E-Money License From UK’s FCA, Now Seeking Luxembourg, UAE, US Permissions

Digital asset custodian Koine Money Ltd. has secured an electronic money license from U.K. regulators, while it prepares for the eventualities of a future...

Tracking Bitcoin Transactions, Explained

3. To begin with, it’s important to ensure that you’re paying sufficient fees. Over the years, the number of transactions being executed over the...

China’s Central Bank Introduces Certification System for Fintech Products

The People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank, has introduced a new system for certifying 11 types of fintech hardware and software