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Crypto Weekly #5, 2019: Our Top Picks

The crypto year of development continues with another interesting week. More news on the VanEck ETF being pushed forward again, Fidelity making big custody moves, and Binance makes it easier to buy cryptocurrency. For more details please click on the below: VanEck Bitcoin (BTC) ETF is resubmitted Fidelity Launching Crypto Custody Service in March 2019 […]

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Swift Announces Integration with R3’s Corda Blockchain

CNBC has just reported that Swift will be partnering with blockchain start-up company R3. Swift is one of the world’s leading financial messaging platforms, used by some of the largest financial institutions. The Corda platform is an enterprise blockchain platform, targeting business usage. Speaking at a panel session hosted by CNBC today, Swift added: We […]

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ING Bank Signs 5-Year Blockchain Unlimited License Deal with R3

R3 published a press release today stating that ING Bank and R3 had signed an agreement to deploy R3’s enterprise blockchain technology, Corda. The licensing deal is slated to be for 5 years, and comes with unlimited license seats. The licenses enable ING Bank to deploy and use CorDapps, applications built with the Corda Enterprise […]

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UK Land Registry to Explore Benefits of Blockchain

In a press release today, HM Land Registry announced it would be exploring the benefits of blockchain technology. HM Land Registry will be partnering with Methods and use R3’s blockchain Corda. Our ambition to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, ease of use and an open approach to data requires HM Land Registry […]

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