It cannot be denied that the economic growth is slowing and trade tensions are starting to get tense. Considering all of these, it is safe to say that there is every reason for an institutional investor to worry about.
Nvidia, which is a graphics card manufacturer based in the United States, has commented on its infamous fourth-quarter run. The company stated that the downturn in sales to digital currency miners is the main culprit behind the ‘disappointing’ quarter.
According to an official report, iPhone manufacturer Apple has decided to submit what appears to be an arcane filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The only catch, however, is that the document reportedly contains tantalizing details pertaining to the tech giant’s interest towards the blockchain technology.
According to a report published by Infoholic Research LLP on February 15, the growth of global Blockchain use in the energy utilities sector is…
Microsoft has made a significant move involving its very own Microsoft Store. In a nutshell, the tech giant decided to remove a number of apps from the app store. This is due to the fact that they are believed to be illicitly mining digital currencies.
In the latest blockchain news, the European nation of Luxembourg has made a progressive decision in the crypto space. That is because it reportedly passed a bill that would provide a legal framework for securities issued over blockchain. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
In the latest cryptocurrency news, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission just scored a legal victory over a crypto startup. The success reportedly happened after a federal judge put forward a preliminary injunction against the company. Ultimately, the result reversed the decision already made last year.
Iran’s very own central bank is reportedly working with a pair of blockchain companies. Interestingly, these startups are believed to be developing what could be a framework for a new token ecosystem. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
Blockforce Capital’s division, Reality Shares ETF Trusts is withdrawing its application for an ETF (exchange traded fund) from the US SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission). Had this proposal gone through, it would have also given the firm’s investors exposure to BTC (Bitcoin) futures.