“I think our aspirations are so small. Making Bitcoin institutional? I could give two fucks if JPMorgan cares about Bitcoin. It does nothing for me as a person, and it makes me sad that so many people have made institutional adoption a goal," Demirors said.
Markets Report: Bitcoin Returns to $13,500 after biggest difficulty drop since 2011
Major changes in mining activity have no impact on price performance on the day the U.S. elects its president
Bitcoin rose to circle $13,500 on November 3 after the biggest drop in fundamentals in nine years failed to dent enthusiasm. Data from price trackers including CoinMarketCap showed BTC/USD unfazed by upheaval among miners, retaining $13,000 support.
Nomura launches crypto custodian Komainu
The major Japanese bank says it hopes to become a leader in the institutional digital asset industry through Komainu, which is backed by CoinShares and crypto security firm Ledger
The new venture will offer custody for a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin. In time, Nomura hopes crypto custodian Komainu will be able to tokenize and issue traditional assets such as stocks and bonds on a blockchain.
World Economic Forum unveils ‘Blockchain Bill of Rights’—will it work?
Achieving consensus in a fragmented landscape isn’t easy. Despite the proposal getting several significant signatories, plenty of hurdles remain
The blockchain industry is a fragmented one—with countless projects forging their own way as they try to find compelling use cases for this technology. But now, the World Economic Forum’s Global Blockchain Council is attempting to ratify some universal standards in a so-called “Blockchain Bill of Rights.”