SEC Pulls Plug on Telegram Initial Coin Offering
“The SEC isn’t playing around. It's time these [ICO] companies recognize this.”
Block.one Fined $24M Over Initial Coin Offering
The blockchain startup is the latest company to be sanctioned by the SEC for failing to provide a registration statement for a digital asset offering.
Overstock Names New CEO, Acting Finance Chief
Jonathan Johnson had been serving as interim CEO since the abrupt departure of controversial founder Patrick Byrne last month.
5 Tests for Deciding Whether to Use Blockchain
Many companies should consider blockchains because they coordinate information, processes, and payments without a central intermediary, says EY.
IBM, Chainyard Launch Blockchain Network for Suppliers
The new network increases efficiency and reduces fraud and error risk.
Diginex Takes Reverse Merger Route to Go Public
'Backdoor' listings have become a popular way for crypto firms to get into the public markets without the regulatory scrutiny of a traditional IPO.
In Blockchain They Trust
The technology’s transparency and immutability allow competitors to share data and industries to build credibility with consumers.
Blockchain: Hype or Hope?
Blockchain technology offers a promise of many benefits, but only if it's designed and built correctly.
Blockchain Company Ripple Invests in MoneyGram
Ripple will become MoneyGram’s main partner for cross-border transactions after purchasing $30 million worth of newly created MoneyGram shares.
Financial Application Buyers Are Stuck in the Present
In making software-buying decisions, finance organizations are too focused on gaining efficiencies and not enough on future digital needs, says Gartner.
Visa Rolls Out Cross-Border B2B Network
The move is part of Visa’s effort to push into the high-value cross-border transaction market.