Revolut, XRP, BCH, Monero, Deutsche Boerse, Tron, TRX, Apple, Commerzebank, IBM
- Founded by natives from Russia, the British fixture startup Revolut has added to its mobile application the support of the digital currencies Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
- Researchers of cyber security of Malwarebytes Corporation have discovered a new type of malware for mining the Monero cryptocurrency, aimed at users of Mac computers from Apple.
- Deutsche Boerse, one of the ten most significant stock exchanges in the world, can launch futures for bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies in the foreseeable future. The exact terms, however, remain unknown for the time being.
- Apple included Tron (TRX) pricing on their Stock App. Also, Tron is now live on Wiki.
- Tron (TRX) partners with VSport before FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia to get assimilated into the sporting industry with the largest DApp infrastructure in the world.
- Thyssenkrupp, a German multinational conglomerate, conducted a €500,000 foreign exchange transaction using R3's Corda blockchain in partnership with Commerzebank.
- IBM is going to hire more than 1,800 specialists for its tech initiatives, including blockchain technologies development. This jobs will be created in France, in cooperation with the French government.
- The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) has announced a partnership with the IOTA Foundation to implement the IOTA Ledger distributed accounting system in its work processes (despite the fact that the news was released yesterday, we consider it necessary to mention it — edit. comment).