Starbucks, the US-based coffee chain is using technology giant Microsoft’s Azure Blockchain Service to track the production of coffee, among other things. This partnership was announced at Microsoft’s Build Developers’ Conference on May 06, and was listed as a part of a number of initiatives the two companies are working on together.
The crypto space is packed with allegations aimed at Bitfinex. Apparently, the attorneys of the exchange claimed that these allegations are somehow affecting the customers of the company, especially if they are unable to access a line of credit from stablecoin issuer called Tether. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is looking at the possibility of utilizing blockchain. Basically, it is hoping to use the technology when it comes to monitoring and managing wireless spectrums in an attempt to support the Internet of things (IoT) and its growing requirements.
On May 3, the US District Court of the Southern District of Florida ordered Craig Wright, the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, to hand in a list of the public Bitcoin (BTC) addresses that he owned.
Bitfinex is definitely stirring the entire industry, especially after the controversial allegations from the New York Attorney General’s office. And as speculation and impatience grow bigger, opportunistic individuals are starting to create bogus white papers.
In the latest digital currency news, Ripple has decided to bring a new member on its board of directors. The blockchain payments startup is adding SBI Holdings’ very own CEO and representative director named Yoshitaka Kitao. Here is everything about it in nutshell.
ChangeNOW token (NOW) is among the first to be listed on the brand-new and hotly anticipated BinanceDEX, which went live on April 23. This…
DAI stablecoin is currently being pegged to the U.S. dollar. Interestingly, it is now deemed to be in a reasonably stable position. This is according to Steven Becker, the COO and president of MakerDAO. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and its Chief Fintech Officer named Sopnendu Mohanty have expressed interest towards blockchain technology. Apparently, they believe that the tech has the potential when it comes to cross-border payments, although it is not the same thing when it comes to retail bank digital currencies.