Iran and Russia could use cryptocurrencies
To circumvent the limitations imposed by the US and the SWIFT system, Iran and Russia are considering using cryptocurrencies for their international trades.
ICO Race reaches 89 participants
The number of tokens sales that intend to participate in the finals of the Grand Prix of ICOs goes up. Appointment at the Palazzo dei Congressi in Lugano on 6/7 June. Last days for discounted tickets for the audience
HTC announces the first blockchain phone
A smartphone created in order to interact with decentralised applications (DApp), with a built-in wallet, and capable of working as a cold storage.
BitOasis interrupts deposits and withdrawals
BitOasis, situated in Dubai, has been forced to interrupt deposits and withdrawals in Dirham, thanks to the hostility of credit institutions.
Thomson Reuters enters the cryptocurrency world
The Canadian information giant announces a new data feed service on digital real-time coins. The data will be collected by exchanges such as bitFlyer and BITPoint
Azerbaijan tax cryptocurrencies
The tax distinguishes between natural and legal persons. In the first case, the tax will be progressive, with a rate from 14 up to 25%, based on the income.
From Enel a “cryptoeuro” for payments
The electricity giant, together with Reply and Politecnico di Milano, is planning the launch of a stablecoin. Giovanni Vattani, Head of Revenue and Payment Systems, made the announcement
From IBM an ecological token on the Stellar blockchain
As part of a project to exchange carbon credits, the IT giant signs an agreement with Veridium Labs, a fintech startup.
Countdown to Blockchain and Crypto Values Conference in Milan
The East End Studios event on June 14 will be preceded by three free webinars in English. Discounted tickets for those on Cryptonomist's mailing list, media partner of the event.
Bear out of the den, cryptos suffer
Weak especially altcoins, bitcoin holds its market cap. Meanwhile, Eos collapses and Bitcoin Cash continues to benefit from the fork