Groudfloor, a direct real estate investment platform, has launched an online public offering enabling any Groudfloor account holder to purchase stock directly from the company. The platform indicated that the online public offering aims to “level the cap table” so members of the public can
Spain's second-largest bank BBVA has blocked 5,000 accounts without warning. It's another failing of traditional institutions. This is why bitcoin matters.
Online small business lender iwoca has raised £150 million in both equity and debt capital, according to a note from the firm. This most recent investment brings iwoca’s total funding to £350 million. The Series D equity funding was led by Augmentum Fintech, a Fintech
Pension and endowments consultancy firm Cambridge Associates has advised that crypto represents a sound investment for institutional investors in the long term
Bitmain Technologies has announced a new 7nm bitcoin mining processor that it says offers a big boost in energy efficiency.
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Bafin, Germany's securities regulator, has given the green light to Bitbond to issue digital bonds. Bitbond is an online lending platform that operates globally. In business since 2013, Bitbond provides access to capital for small businesses. The Fintech boasts a peer to peer lending network
New Zealand is set to introduce a digital services tax ranging between 2-3% targeting internet giants such as Google and Facebook.