Watford FC has now announced that apart adding the Bitcoin logo to sleeves of its players, it will also begin letting fans pay for merchandise with Bitcoin.
Santander has now become the first financial institution to handle both the issuance and settlement of bonds, using blockchain technology.
MasterCard and R3 have announced that they have both joined forces to create a new cross border blockchain platform.
CoinLogiq and Paxful will be supplying Colombia and Peru with 45 crypto ATMs. The companies hope to promote adoption of crypto and also encourage citizens to use the ATMs as it will allow crypto purchases through several methods.
According to a report published by Binance, the launch and distribution of the PBoC’s CBDC will be a two-tier system from the central bank to commercial banks and to the retail market at large.
PNC bank has now become the first bank in the U.S. to use Ripplenet for international transactions.
An official with the Venezuelan government has disclosed that a platform for transacting with the country’s cryptocurrency – Petro – has been officially released.
A 25 year old Los Angeles man has agreed to plead guilty for transaction almost $25 million in illegal cryptocurrency transactions.
Rwanda is looking to join the growing list of countries currently considering issuing their very own digital currencies. Though its not ready yet, the country’s central bank has already begun delving into research already done by other central banks.