Erik Finman, an early Bitcoin (BTC) adopter, is planning to launch a crypto platform called CoinBits, which will allow investors to earn passively.
Samson Mow, the CEO at Pixelmatic, a Shanghai-based video game development firm, and the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) at Blockstream, a leading blockchain and cryptoasset company, is planning to launch a security token on the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain through a sidechain, called the Liquid network.
Swisscom AG, one of the largest telecommunications providers in Switzerland, has introduced a new approach to utilizing non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics is reportedly looking to add cryptocurrencies to its Samsung Pay application, as the company reshuffled employees to join its blockchain task force with the team behind Samsung Pay.
Ethereum Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin has revealed that currently there are “large privacy problems” in the Ethereum (ETH) ecosystem.
The popular cryptocurrency-powered Brave browser has recently started testing a Basic Attention Token (BAT) tipping feature for Twitter on its developer channel, allowing users to tip others for tweets they like directly on the microblogging platform.
As we seem to be on the cusp of greater institutional involvement in crypto, the race is on for crypto companies to fulfil the roles that exist in traditional financial markets.
Ryan Sean Adams, the Founder at Mythos Capital, a financial services firm that “holds, keeps, and makes cryptoassets”, has predicted that the demand for the Dai stablecoin “will likely” increase in the coming months.
The Telegram Open Network (TON), a blockchain developed by the popular privacy-centric messaging app Telegram, is reportedly set to launch in the third quarter of this year, according to an internal note sent to the firm’s investors.
Robinhood, a Menlo Park, California-based stock brokerage firm that allows users to trade US listed stocks, exchange-traded-funds (ETFs), and cryptocurrencies with zero commission, had received a BitLicense and a money transmitter license in January 2019.
Social networking giant Facebook is planning to launch its own cryptocurrency (internally dubbed "GlobalCoin") and crypto-powered global payments network (internally called "Project Libra") worldwide by Q1 2020, according to a report published earlier today by BBC News, the world's largest broadcast news organization.
In 2019, some new crypto trends are emerging which observers should monitor closely, as they have the potential to foster enormous growth.