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New Blockchain Solutions Across Industries, Institutional Cryptocurrency Trading Announced, Major Cryptocurrency Exchange Is Hacked

• Supply Chain Initiatives Announced by Major Private and Public Sector Actors • New Blockchain Enterprise Applications Announced Across Industries • Cryptocurrency Products and Blockchain Systems Announced by Institutions and Startups • Major Exchange Hacked, Security Flaws Reported, Arrests by Department of Justice and Europol • Global Blockchain Survey Released Supply Chain Initiatives Announced by … Continue Reading

Manipulation Detected on ‘DEXes,’ Regulations Develop, Industry Initiatives Advance, Hacks, Money Laundering and Enforcement Continue

In this issue: • Academics Detect Manipulation on ‘DEXes’ as Cryptocurrency Trading Expands • New Tokenized Securities Announced; Global Regulatory Regimes Develop • Food Supply Chain Initiatives Grow, Government Spending Expected to Rise, Blockchain Enterprise Tools Released • Crypto-Mining Malware, Dark Market Money Laundering, SIM Swap Hacks and FinCEN Enforcement Academics Detect Manipulation on ‘DEXes’ … Continue Reading

Supply Chain Pilots Advance, Bitcoin Decentralization Improves, Hacks Continue, Foreign Regulations Evolve

In this issue: • Blockchain Pilots for Supply Chain and Land Titles, Improved Analytics, and Decentralization • Blockchain Capital Markets Initiatives Continue Across the Globe • Canadian Exchange Claims Lost ‘Cold Storage’ Funds Amid Fraud Allegations • Scams, Hacks and Illicit Financing: Blockchain Threats Continue to Abound • SIM Swapping Hackers Convicted, Philippines Introduces New … Continue Reading
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