AdoptionRasmus Pihl

eBay crypto rumors denied after ads at Consensus New York
Adoption All news Cryptocurrency
eBay Crypto Rumor Denied After Crypto Ads at Consensus
Speculation over when eBay will begin accepting cryptocurrency payments have been persistent over the years. However, these eBay crypto rumors recently intensified as eBay took out ads at the Consensus conference in New York City referencing cryptocurrencies. eBay denies rumors of upcoming cryptocurrency support The e-commerce giant has now refuted the rumors that the platform will begin accepting cryptocurrencies as a payment method. Nevertheless, the denial of these eBay crypto…
The HTC Exodus 1s is the first Bitcoin phone
Adoption Bitcoin
HTC Exodus 1s is a $300 Smartphone Running a Full Bitcoin Node
The Taiwan-based consumer electronics corporation HTC is looking to bring Bitcoin capabilities to more people. The firm recently announced the launch of the HTC Exodus 1s, which will run a full Bitcoin node. HTC Exodus 1 was released last year with basic blockchain functionality This should be prefaced with a brief reminder that HTC is no total stranger to cryptocurrencies. Last year, HTC launched the HTC Exodus 1 model, which…
Fidelity Investments will reportedly begin offering Bitcoin trading to institutional investors "within weeks"
Adoption All news Bitcoin
Bloomberg Report: Fidelity Starts Institutional Bitcoin Trading in Weeks
The major US investment firm Fidelity Investments is supposedly looking to support institutional Bitcoin trades within the near future. Moreover, the notion that Fidelity starts institutional Bitcoin trading within a mere matter of weeks comes as the premier cryptocurrency continues to hold at relatively high levels. This will join Fidelity’s existing cryptocurrency custody solution Specifically, this news comes from a fresh Bloomberg report. The premise that the Bolton-based firm, which…
AWS releases AMB
Adoption Blockchain
Amazon Announces General Availability of Amazon Managed Blockchain, Making It ”Easy and Cost-Effective” to Deploy Blockchain Networks
Amazon has recently announced it is now entering the blockchain technology fray, joining a growing group of blockchain-embracing software giants which already include Microsoft and Oracle. Specifically, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is making the Amazon Managed Blockchain (AMB) available to the public. Amazon Web Services releases Amazon Managed Blockchain This news came in an announcement from Amazon Web Services on April 30th. Notably, Amazon Web Services is Amazon’s cloud computing…