• Bison Trails supports cosmos
    Alt coins,  Technology

    Bison Trails now supports Cosmos

    Customers will be able to quickly launch Cosmos full nodes, making it easier to participate in the ecosystem’s interoperable Tendermint-based blockchains

    The Cosmos (ATOM) ecosystem is made up of a number of Tendermint-based blockchains, including Agoric, and Band Protocol, Binance Chain, Kava, Terra, and Thorchain. Bison Trails will offer its customers the ability to use its infrastructure to stake and delegate their tokens and earn passive income from transaction fees and validator rewards on their holdings while securing the decentralized network.

  • Bitfinex launches crypto payments platform
    Bitcoin,  Ethereum,  Technology,  Tether

    Aiming at PayPal, Bitfinex launches crypto payments platform

    Saying that it intends to take on payments “behemoths” the new Bitfinex Pay app lets merchants accept payments in four cryptocurrencies

    No one ever accused Bitfinex of having small ambitions. Just days after it settled a years-long fraud lawsuit with New York’s attorney general over a loan it got from sister company and stablecoin issuer Tether, Bitfinex has launched a crypto-powered online-payments platform to take on payments giants like PayPal.

  • NFT art Beeple sells $6.6 million
    adblock,  Cryptocurrencies,  Technology

    Beeple NFT artwork sells for $6.6 million

    Non-fungible token artwork seller Nifty Gateway called the sale of the Donald Trump-bashing piece by Mike “Beeple” Winkelmann historic

    The unique NFT art was part of the first drop on Nifty Gateway by Beeple, also known as Mike Winkelmann. The record-setting price was obtained when “CROSSROAD #1/1” was resold on the secondary market, the company said on Twitter. “History has been made,” it added. “We can confirm that this is a legitimate sale - this was brokered by Nifty Gateway's art buying services."

  • Cryptocurrencies,  Regulation,  Technology

    Blockchain and digital currencies advance in Asia

    India’s largest bank has joined JPMorgan’s Liink payments project as central banks from China, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates join Hong Kong’s multinational digital currency project

    The State Bank of India, which manages nearly a quarter of the nation’s assets as well as its loan and deposits market, decided to join JPMorgan’s blockchain payments system. Meanwhiles, the State Bank of India, a nationally owned retail bank, will use JPMorgan’s Liink blockchain system to make its cross border-payments faster and cheaper.