German Stock Exchange Subsidiary Announces Crypto Trading App Bison

Finance Sowa Labs, a subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart, Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, has announced a forthcoming cryptocurrency app. The new app, Bison, is expected to be made available in German during Autumn, with an English version expected soon after. Also Read: Russian Court Bans Telegram, Founder Pavel Durov Defiant Boerse Stuttgart Subsidiary Announces Forthcoming App Cryptocurrency…

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Germany’s 2nd Largest Stock Exchange Launches Crypto Trading App

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month.The Bison app, which was developed by Boerse Stuttgart, will be available to cryptocurrency traders in the fall. Germany is taking the lead among retail exchanges tapping into the cryptocurrency base. Sowa Labs, a fintech subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart, Germany’s second largest stock exchange for retail…

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A Tangled Web: Will Coinbase Ventures Lead to Conflicts of Interest?

Coinbase always seemed destined to add litecoin. Even amidst an early sea of competing cryptocurrencies cloned from the bitcoin codebase, litecoin had secured a special place. Early adopters used it as a way to extend bitcoin gains and test out the tech, while effective marketing attracted mainstream interest (even without the technology offering much in the…

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FPT and Factom Announce Partnership to Expand Blockchain-as-a-Service

Austin-based blockchain-as-a-service company Factom is partnering with FPT Software, an IT services company stationed in Vietnam. The two enterprises will work with each other to develop a new blockchain technology platform through Factom Harmony — a system that creates audit records regarding data, decisions, activities and events. The purpose of the platform is to digitize…

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