FCoin is launching FMex — the first derivative trading platform where traders are the owners.
Valued at $9.7 billion, Emaar Properties has been creating harmony in the UAE. It is the name behind Burj Khalifa (tallest building in the world) and Dubai Mall (second largest mall). And now, the real estate giant is going international with blockchain.
Loyyal, a blockchain-based rewards platform has completed it’s blockchain rewards pilot program that involved Emirates Airlines.
Known as the expensive version of Tesla cars, eco-conscious Karma Automative is all set to embrace cryptocurrencies. The California-based company now accepts bitcoin in its flagship store at the Newport Beach, California.
Tron-acquired BitTorrent has launched the next version of BitTorrent Speed, which fixes several important issues while also offering 50 BTT tokens for free. This is the second update after the launch of the first beta version in early July 2019.
Two companies, namely VAKT and essDOCS, have joined hands to disrupt the barge transportation market using blockchian.
The Colombia-based technology company iFinca applied blockchain to the coffee market and released the the iFinca app. With the iFinca app, they are looking to make it easier for individual farmers to directly participate in the supply-chain management.
Tobias Frömel, a Bavarian developer paid 0.09 BTC ($700 at the time of writing) to the developers of the Muhstik ransomware to recover access to his files. But here's the twist: he hacked the criminal's database and retrieved the around 3,000 victim's keys. These are keys that is required by victims to recover access to their data.
In a bid to accelerate cryptocurrency adoption, Crypto.com today launches in the United States. The Hong Kong-based blockchain firm announced the opening of its services on Twitter.
Published recently, Oxford English Dictionary has now officially added 650 words, and one of them is Satoshi.