Cryptocurrency platform Circle has announced that 12 new crypto companies have listed its US-dollar pegged stablecoin USD Coin (USDC)
This week an insane amount of times the topic of privacy rises. It is finally so acute that it can not be ignored: everyone quotes CEO of Apple and expresses his arguments in favor of the four conditions of privacy indicated by him. Twitter users also share their views on the need for stablecoin
New features for Poloniex, the Middle East gets the first licensed crypto exchange, Forbes joins blockchain, Singapore to help crypto startups, IBM and Azerbaijan collaboration, Sberbank to create STO
Circle launches its own stablecoin, Bitmain files for an IPO, Ethereum is potentially able to scale without using Plasma or sharding. All these news — in our weekly digest
FedEx & others join Hyperledger, Baidu releases WP, France publishes a 'blacklist', West Virginia uses blockchain for voting, Circle launches its stablecoin, MasterCard searches for the way to expand its services, IRS wants to receive its cut
Legislating Certainty for Cryptocurrencies: a meeting that will be presided by Ohio Representative Warren Davidson is set to take place this week. The US legislator is working on a bill which is due to be introduced by fall this year. The bill, delving in digital assets, will be the very first in the country.
Blockchain Association is a lobbying group formed to be the voice of blockchain technology investors and entrepreneurs on Capitol Hill in Washington.
While crypto markets see a slight growth, let's take a look at the situation with public and private coins.
Ethereum Network, Circle, Norway, Thomas Lee, Florida, Bitfinex, Tether, Singapore, Coincheck
Jack Ma, BTC, EOS, Jack Dorsey, China, Circle
Minor and major recent milestones in Top-50 coins and tokens, except for meetups and hackatons.