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On Nov. 1, DCG announced that it raised $700 million in an investment round.
The company is expected to create more than 300 jobs in Connecticut over the next five years.
Anastasia Amoroso, chief investment strategist at iCapital, predicted that this will be “a breakout year for crypto, not just in performance but in adoption.”
The service will be initially available to to U.S. residents with individual or joint accounts.
CipherTrace’s platform covers more than 7,000 cryptocurrency entities.
Seven companies are part of the program's launch.
The companies will explore creating a blockchain-based Digital Health Pass for individuals.
IBM Digital Health Pass will be integrated with Salesforce’s Work.com platform.
The network will operate through Aug. 31, with coverage spanning across the U.S. and Canada.
“Most of our competitors just do the tokenization,” co-founder Barry Moniês says. “But we do that, plus we’re a lender, plus we’re going to be launching our own marketplace, a Craigslist for tokenized properties if you will.”
Central banks fear the unregulated private sector digital currencies could undermine their monetary sovereignty.
IBM's Rajendra Rao said this effort will reduce the time of tracing the food's origins to "a matter of seconds."
The cryptocurrency proposed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has been a target of skepticism and criticism from a number of government officials.
XChange provides industry-specific blockchain case studies with data provided by a global blockchain consortia.
The ultimate goal, says founder Jonathan Winkel, is “to get exposed to knowledge, ideas and skills, to make connections and introductions, and to meet peers outside of your normal routine.”
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