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Management has bought main assets and intellectual property rights
Too much regulation may stifle innovation but too little will put Main Street investors at risk
For sceptics, bot activity will be further evidence of cryptocurrencies’ failings
Platform aimed at tackling compliance issues to be used to validate payments
The bitcoin holy war is getting real.
And then to shut up shop, with all the money gone.
But also an opportunity to show how nonsensical the technology is.
And it's... Dogecoin, obvz. Elon's all about the lulz.
JPMorgan’s move into digital currency is a problem for the blockchain payment company
Pinch, punch, first of the month.
And the myth of decentralisation.
Skilling is sniffing out the blockchain bros, says the WSJ.
“Seller does not accept returns”.
Move is a fresh sign of growing interest in the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies
The reality is a little bit more complicated and more of a “blip”, according to the company.
From blockchain to the important small decisions — a round-up of this month’s top titles
Boost for Vakt as it seeks to digitalise process of commodity trading
Wealth managers are hesitant to recommend investing in something unregulated and volatile
“Forecasts are inherently limited and cannot be relied upon.”
‘JPM Coins’ designed to expedite dollar-based payments for companies
A new paradigm for effectuating electronic payments?
Investors should steer clear of bitcoin and the like as an investable asset despite plummeting prices
Etienne Amic, once a managing director at JPMorgan, will lead the digital group
“The ascent of money has been essential to the ascent of man." And now it is the turn of the stablecoin.