Industry Watch 03 March, 2018 – 04:22

Nami | Daily Crypto News 03.03.2018

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Finacial Times: BoE calls time on lax regulation of cryptocurrencies

Mark Carney rejects outright ban, saying innovation must be allowed.

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Nikkei Asian Review: Japan’s cryptocurrency markets start policing themselves in April

Japanese cryptocurrency trading gains a unified self-regulatory body next month, as the industry seeks to rebuild public trust weakened by a half-a-billion-dollar theft.

Financial Times: Virtu Financial moves to distance itself from ‘VirtCoin’

Virtu Financial, the high speed trader, on Friday moved to disassociate itself from VirtCoin, which was using Virtu’s logo on a website describing a cryptocurrency operation.


Coin Speaker: South Korean Bank Reports Successful Test of Ripple Remittance

The traditional cross-border payment systems may start to be driven out by the distributed ledger technologies as Woori bank considers commercializing of Ripple-based overseas remittances this year.


Coin Telegraph: Walmart To Implement Blockchain-Based Delivery System

Walmart’s patent application on a Blockchain-based delivery device was released by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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Coin Telegraph: ATM Giant Cardtronics Considers Cryptocurrencies As Threat To Its Business

Cardtronics, the world’s leading ATM operator, cites crypto as a threat to their business.

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Coindeskr: to Track Beef Imports Using Blockchain Platform

Chinese e-commerce giant said it will roll out a blockchain system to track beef imports from a new meat supplier in Australia.

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Coin Telegraph: Major Dutch Bank Rabobank Exploring Idea Of Launching Own Cryptocurrency Wallet

Rabobank, a Dutch multinational bank, is considering the possibility of release its own cryptocurrency wallet, to be used in its online environment.


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