The French financial services company Société Générale Group’s subsidiary, Société Générale SFH has issued around bonds worth €100 million (about $112 million) in the form of security tokens on Ethereum’s Blockchain. The announcement was made on the company’s website on April 23.
Lightning Labs is considered to be among the largest BTC companies in the crypto space. It is also the mastermind behind the forthcoming scaling technology lightning. Interestingly, it is expected to release its first ever desktop app directly on the BTC blockchain.
Societe Generale Group, which is a financial service giant in France, has reportedly issued at least $112 million of bonds. It is worth noting that the latter, which the company issued to itself, is made in the form a security token on the ETH blockchain.
The United States-based cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex tweeted on April 22 that claims of North Koreans using its platform to trade in cryptocurrencies were false. The exchange stated that the regulators in New York had made mistakenly identified two of its users as North Koreans.
South Korea is among the few countries in the world that have started embracing cryptocurrency. Interestingly, a new survey suggests that people there are spending more fiat currency in an attempt to buy digital currencies. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
It is good news for all Bitcoin spenders out there. Finally, they can now use the Lightning network to all of their shopping escapades on Amazon and other e-commerce sites. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
A Japanese crypto exchange called Zaif has recently announced its decision to resume operations following the infamous hack. As per the announcement from the company, it will transfer its business from Tech Bureau to Fisco Digital Asset Group or FDAG. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.