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MIT-Founded Startup Raises $20 Million for Supply Chain Blockchain

Eximchain, a blockchain startup focused on the supply chain industry, has raised an investment of $20 million, ahead of a planned token airdrop. Source link

So Long ICOs, Hello Airdrops: The Free Token Giveaway Craze Is Here

Scrapping public tokens for free airdrops has become the new way crypto issuers are building communities and even keeping themselves out of trouble. Source link

Singapore Central Bank Touts Blockchain for Cross-Border Payments

The chief of the Monetary Authority of Singapore has spoken of how blockchain’s “strongest” use case is in cross-border settlement. Source link

US Government to Submit 'Oversized' Argument in ICO Fraud Case

U.S. prosecutors are planning an “oversized” response to a motion to dismiss in an ongoing – and potentially precedent-setting – ICO fraud lawsuit. Source link

Crypto Escapes Scrutiny at China’s Annual Consumer Protection Event

Cryptocurrencies were not brought under scrutiny at China’s annual consumer protection event as rumored before. Source link

American Express Patent Filing Touts Blockchain for Faster Payments

American Express’ travel and merchant arm has filed a patent application looking at using a blockchain to facilitate quick transactions. Source link

If Crypto Exchanges and ICO Teams Only Had a Brain…

Like a “Wizard of Oz” character, the digital asset industry has all it needs to succeed. Just be transparent, act responsibly, and stand accountable. Source link

Gibraltar Plans to Regulate ICO Tokens as Commercial Products

The government of Gibraltar has released a white paper detailing its plans for the regulation of tokens and token sales. Source link

Royal Bank of Canada Explores Blockchain to Automate Credit Scores

A patent application by the Royal Bank of Canada outlines ways of using a blockchain-based system to make the credit rating process more transparent. Source link

French Regulator Blacklists 15 Crypto Investment Websites

The Autorite des Marches Financiers has extended its blacklist of non-compliant investment companies to include crypto businesses. Source link

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