Blockchain 

6 Types of Crypto Assets You Need to Know About

The cryptocurrency world is full of jargon; acronyms and futuristic words that could be straight out of the latest sci-fi flick. Along with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Litecoin, there are many other different types of crypto assets that can be found on the blockchain: Stablecoins As the name suggests, stablecoins are designed for stability. These are cryptocurrencies that are directly pegged to real-world assets. These assets could be precious metals like gold, oil, or silver, or national currencies like the dollar and euro. Regardless of the asset, the value of…

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Blockchain 

Microsoft Partners with Ethereum to Create New Digital Assets

The world of cryptocurrencies has developed at a breakneck pace over the past few years, and now it has emerged that tech behemoth Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) is going to work with Ethereum to create new digital assets. Until a few years ago, it was almost unthinkable that one of the biggest companies in the world was going to enter the crypto space—but now, things have certainly changed. Major Details Microsoft is apparently working with ETH in order to find a way to audit newly created crypto tokens accurately. In addition to…

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Blockchain 

How is the Rest of the World Regulating Digital Assets?

While bringing US-based institutions on-board with digital asset trading is key to enlarging crypto’s overall market cap, crypto will only be successful as a truly international force—and not one only limited to the G-7. To that end, I’m going to shed light on other countries’ unique approaches towards digital asset classes in order to understand what the future of crypto regulation may look like. Singapore The Singaporean government has recently instituted a major regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies and crypto payment services. The framework will include a licensing regime for crypto…

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Cryptocurrency 

Fidelity Digital Assets | Taking Its Time Evaluating Ethereum Support

Earlier in the year, Fidelity Investments launched its arm dedicated to cryptocurrencies. Called Fidelity Digital Assets (FDAS), the branch trades in and takes custody of digital assets. Now, according to FDAS President Tom Jessop, the platform will take its time adding support for Ethereum. Fidelity Digital Assets The platform currently has support for Bitcoin and is still evaluating what cryptocurrencies may be added in the future. Where Ethereum is concerned, the executive has expressed that the company is biding time: “We’d love to have support [for] ether but you know…

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