Steve Polsky is CEO of Juvo examines the unfulfilled promise of mobile financial services.
Newport IT worker James Howells was one of the earliest adopters of Bitcoin: he amassed 7,500 Bitcoins back in February 2009 when they were worth less than $1.
President Nicolas Maduro says move designed to by-pass financial sanctions slapped on Caracas.
Cryptocurrency exchanges in the EU and UK are set to face increased regulation from next year amid concerns they could be used for money laundering and tax evasion.
The report, 'Distributed Ledger Technologies for Public Good: leadership, collaboration and innovation' was released this week by Lord Holmes of Richmond.
Never mind the sharks; it's the piranhas that could get you, says Dharmesh Mistry, Chief Digital Officer at Temenos.
Chris Combemale, CEO of the DMA Group, says Brands who see GDPR merely as a legal obligation risk missing the opportunity to improve their relationship with customers.
Online betting firm also pegged Bitcoin at 11/8 to break $20,000 before the end of next year.
Less than a year ago, the online currency was trading at below $1,000 per coin but has since spiked in value despite pressure from financial giants.
Global media agency Mindshare partners with Singpore's high speed blockchain Zilliqa to test media applications
Infosys Finacle launched a pilot trade finance network with 11 banks to trial the Finacle Trade Connect solution.
Digix raised $1.25m in its seed round led by Japanese VC Global Brain, and joined by Fenbushi Capital, Asia's most active blockchain-focused venture capital fund.
Joel John, lead researcher for Blockchain-focused VC firm Outlier Ventures, looks at the history of blockchain's promise of financial inclusion.
Nigel Edwards, head of UK at EXL Service, says the spectre of fraud could be emboldened by the open banking rules.
NVIDIA will be offering a day-long training session on 5 December, as part of Newsweek's data science and capital markets event in New York next week.