Bank of Shanghai is testing BitMint’s Q-Pay, a.k.a. “pay like cash”, which looks like a preamble to a new paradigm of digital money.
Consensus mechanisms are about security, scalability, and who really wields power within blockchain networks.
Hong Kong-based Monaco’s ambitions in lending, investment and credit cards aim to broaden crypto's appeal.
Independent Reserve, a centralized exchange, plans to get ASIC licensing next to help institutionalize crypto.
Tora Trading and Kenetic are live with an order- and execution-management system for hedge funds; custody remains a barrier.
Can Japan’s fintech and ecommerce giant tokenize its membership model?
Crypto players are the worst affected among small-business struggles to access bank accounts, but open banking might help.
The company’s FIC Network is designed to use blockchain tech to originate and distributed fixed-income securities in new ways.
Andrew Keys and Gil Penchina, token and investor veterans, swap notes on how the big money is coming into digital assets – and why.
The first day of Hong Kong’s FinTech Week was dominated by fear, loathing – and hope – for the regulation of digital token sales.