Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news
Bitcoin is down 2% at $9,167
XRP is down 2% at 28 cents
and Ethereum is down 2% at $185
Top gainers in the last 24 hours:
Tezos, up 18%
and Dentacoin, up 15%
The Royal Canadian mint is turning to blockchain to track the provenance of its precious metals with the help of Tradewind Markets.
Ford, Volkswagon, LG and Volvo are working with IBM and the RSBN to launch a pilot for the responsible sourcing of Cobalt.
BitFinex has canceled the token sale of K.im due to regulatory uncertainty.
Hong Kong and Mainland China have partnered on a blockchain project to improve their trade operations.
- Bitfinex cancels token sale of K.im due to regulatory uncertainty - The Block
- Hong Kong and mainland China partner on blockchain project for trade finance - The Block
- IBM Ethical Mineral Sourcing Blockchain to Debut in Spring - CoinDesk
- Tradewind, Canadian Mint to Verify Origins of Precious Metals on Blockchain - CoinDesk