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New Partnership Announced Between Korea University and Huobi Subsidiary

Korea University is teaming up with the South Korean subsidiary of crypto exchange Huobi for “industry-academia” cooperation in the field of blockchain development, Seoul Daily reports, June 12. The agreement between one of South Korea’s most prestigious universities and Huobi Korea seeks to bridge academic research of the innovative technology with products useful for the industry. According to Seoul Daily, ...

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Boerse Stuttgart Subsidiary Announces Fee-Free Mobile Crypto Trading App – The Merkle

Financial institutions all over the world are suddenly paying a lot more attention to Bitcoin. That is not entirely surprising, as the world’s leading cryptocurrency is not going anywhere anytime soon. A subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart is now getting involved in the world of cryptocurrency trading. It’s an interesting development which will expose a lot more consumers to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. ...

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Subsidiary of Korean Search Giant Naver Launches Blockchain Venture For Decentralized Apps

Line Plus, the mobile platform subsidiary of Japan’s most popular messaging app Line, has launched a joint blockchain initiative – Unchain – with crypto platform ICON, Cointelegraph Japan reports today, May 16. In the beginning of April, Line Plus had also released its blockchain affiliate Unblock in South Korea, in order to integrate blockchain tech into Line’s cross-market system. Line is ...

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LG Subsidiary Launches Enterprise Blockchain Platform ‘Monachain’

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. The IT subsidiary of electronics giant LG has launched its enterprise blockchain platform that can be applied in a number of sectors including finance and manufacturing. Dubbed ‘Monachain’ by LG CNS, the in-house enterprise blockchain platform will reportedly focus its applicability in digital authentication, digital supply ...

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Alibaba Subsidiary Taobao Bans listing of Cryptocurrency and ICO Services

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Taobao, often known as eBay of China has updated their policy banning Cryptocurrencies, ICOs, and other virtual currency-related services. Taobao is a subsidiary of Chinese eCommerce Giant Alibaba set up in 2003 where individuals and small business can list items for sale within China. Taobao previously ...

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German Stock Exchange Subsidiary To Release Crypto Trading App

Sowa Labs, a subsidiary of Germany’s second largest stock exchange Börse Stuttgart, will release a cryptocurrency trading app later this year, according to the app’s website. The app, called Bison, will be available in September and will initially support trading of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETC), Litecoin (LTC), and XRP. The website states that more assets will be included in the ...

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Overstock.com Subsidiary tZero Releases Demo Version of New Security Token Trading Software

tZero, the blockchain subsidiary of Overstock.com, has announced the release of a demo version of the highly-anticipated prototype of its security token trading software. This demo video was released today, which demonstrates how security tokens may be traded on the platform. Overstock’s CEO Patrick Byrne — a longtime advocate for cryptocurrencies and associated blockchain technology — is behind the move. According ...

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Overstock CFO To Leave For Same Job At Firm’s Blockchain Subsidiary DeSoto

Robert Hughes, Senior Vice President of Finance and Risk Management at Overstock is resigning from his position to join a Blockchain venture that also involves Overstock’s CEO and founder Patrick Byrne, The Wall Street Journal reported April 6. According to a press release published on Market Exclusive, Hughes notified Overstock that he is leaving the company on April 2 and ...

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Huobi Launches South Korean Subsidiary

Huobi, a Chinese cryptocurrency exchange, has launched Huobi Korea, its South Korea-based subsidiary, on March 30 with 100 coins listed. Huobi Exchange Enters South Korean Market The existing trading platform is now being marketed in the South Korean market through the company’s new subsidiary Huobi Korea. The exchange is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency-only platform that is able to go around China’s policy ...

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