Monthly Archives: March 2017

The largest bank in Japan joins Ripple


The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU), the banking arm of the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) has joined Ripple in its effort to establish an international blockchain network for payment of global banks. MUFG today announced its membership in Ripple’s Global Global Payments Group (GPSG). CCN reported on the GPSG in September 2016, to create

We will be able to Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card


BitOasis originally offered a range of services related to digital currency, but last year it incorporated into its platform the possibility of doing Bitcoin exchanges for legal tender money last year. The company also offers an application for the storage of cryptomoneda balances, which can be downloaded through the Apple App Store. This Bitcoin service

Safer Transport Logistics with Blockchain


Erich Clementi, president of IBM Europe, personally proposed the idea of ​​working with blockchain technology to the highest technology executive in Maersk. Like Walmart, Maersk had already been looking for years for a better way to track the goods he sent around the world. For Maersk, the problem was not the tracking of the well-known

The Tourism Industry Bet on Blockchain


From the very first steps and until very recently, this technology had been applied only in the finance sector, assuming a great advance in favoring the disappearance of intermediaries in financial transactions. FITUR 2017 by the company Sismotur (dedicated to the service of intelligent tourist information) allowed to know more about the application of this

Bitfury supports with SegWit


Bitfury uses the technology of Blockchain to enable companies to successfully digitize their assets and conduct transactions over the Internet safely, making the world safer, simpler and more efficient. Bitfury supports Segregated Witness (segwit) Includes a wide range of features, many of which are highly technical. On March 26 he dumped his first SegWit block

Bitcoin booming with Brexit


Brexit is an abbreviation of two words in English, Britain and exit, which means the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union. It became the most pronounced word when speaking of the referendum, although it was only referring to one of the two options. The departure of the United Kingdom from the European

Blockchain possible universal technology for all types of business


Bitcoin is the best-known example of block-based technology, but many of today’s new startups are looking beyond cryptography to other, more business-friendly implementations. Outlier Ventures and Frost & Sullivan’s European block starter has mapped the blocks’ boot landscape, identifying several key areas of activity. It outlines the possible paths to success after a busy year

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