Alternative lending platform LendingRobot has taken its first step toward moving the assets it currently manages to a blockchain. Source
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Creditbit, released under MIT/X11 license is an open source cryptocurrency contract which will be implemented as an Ethereum token on Ethereum platform. The protocol enables the access to its financial services over its blockchain to everyone. Creditbit has become pretty popular in the crypto community since its 2015 launch and Creditbit wallets are available on almost […]
Creditbit was launched in 2015 with the aim of revolutionising the monetary system. It works on the decentralised model like various other digital currency platforms and hopes to make banking and financial services over the blockchain available to every individual on the planet. Creditbit is one of the faster growing cryptocurrencies and has also been […]
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Ethereum smart contracts might one day be used to combat ‘mining centralization’, if a new project called SmartPool comes to fruition. Source
Brexit is a crucial event for the fintech and blockchain sector. The post-Brexit world will decide the fate of the European Fintech ecosystem. But the separation of England from the European Union may not be happening anytime soon. According to reports, the English Supreme Court has ruled that the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Theresa […]
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Japan’s central bank is set to host an event focused on distributed ledger tech next month. Source