The Central African Republic has become the second country globally to adopt Bitcoin as an official currency following El Salvador’s introduction last year.
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CoreChain Technologies, a company that claims to be the first digital B2B payments network built on blockchain, has snared $4.2m in seed financing.
Aura Network, an NFT dedicated layer-1 blockchain based on Cosmos ecosystem, has raised $2.5m in its seed funding round.
The UK government has unveiled its plans to make the country a global centre for cryptoasset technology.
A report by Citi has predicted that the fledgling Metaverse economy could be worth $13trn by 2030.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has allowed a number of cryptocurrency companies to continue trade past a licensing deadline as it continues to assess applications.
The European Parliament has voted to introduce new regulatory measures that would essentially restrict cryptocurrency transactions by anonymous accounts.
The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative, the risk management and insurance industry’s blockchain consortium, has partnered with B3i Services AG, to explore automation in home insurance.
IMA Financial Group has launched IMA Web3Labs, the metaverse’s first insurance and risk management research and development facility.