In 2017, blockchain technology began capturing the attention of larger firms and some high-profile projects started to pop up either by startups raising money through ICOs or governments looking to solve administrative problems. This year, however, things are speeding up, according to an analysis by NKB Group, a blockchain investment bank.
The U.S. signed an agreement with ZTE Corp (HK:0763) that paves the way for the Chinese tech company to resume operations after a nearly three-month old ban on doing business with American suppliers, the Commerce Department said on Wednesday.
Cryptocurrencies have already made significant progress in fulfilling the criteria for becoming a widely accepted method of payment, according to a new study.
Bitcoin struggled for direction on Wednesday, as cryptocurrencies attempt to recover from a bearish rut.
Russia stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the Mining, Oil & Gas and Telecoms sectors led shares lower.