TopCoinRating Bi-Weekly Newsletter captures the key news events and reports from across the crypto world, with a focus on top blockchain-related articles
The Chinese president Mr.Xi Jinping openly acknowledged that Blockchain is a “Breakthrough” Technology in his speech on nascent technologies on May 28th. Xi said: A new generation of technology repres
Deloitte has analyzed over 50 potential blockchain use cases in the retail and consumer packaged goods industry, concluding that the “potential impact” of the technology “is huge.”
New South Korean Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) Governor, Yoon Suk-heun, has confirmed that the country will be easing the tight hold on crypto trading currently in the country.
New European data protection regulation to trigger even more blockchain innovation.
The U.S. Government issued last month the 2018 Joint Economic Report where it dedicated a full Chapter (Page 201 to 226) to Blockchain Technology and digital currencies. The report praises diverse asp
The State Council of China ordered local financial authorities and government-funded research centers to focus on the development of blockchain technology and accelerate the commercialization of the b
Last week I had the pleasure to attend Consensus 2018 in New York, the premiere gathering for the who’s who in blockchain, bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Attendance doubled from last year to an estimat
The Marshall Islands signed into law its own sovereign cryptocurrency that will be circulated as legal tender.
The CFO of PayPal defended the case for fiat merchant settlements Monday, telling mainstream media the company could nonetheless “definitely support” Bitcoin in the future.
Despite rising to prominence in recent years, cryptocurrency still carries a stigma that big banks just can’t seem to shake. In the absence of major institutional attention, the market for banking cry
The founder of Weiss Ratings Agency Martin D. Weiss has forecast that an upcoming rule change in US banking will compel investors to move their money away.
The survey also discovered a "generally widespread familiarity with cryptocurrencies."
Three models for a central bank digital currency were laid out.
BlockShow’s rankings of the best European countries for opening a blockchain company puts Switzerland at the top of the list.