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Swedish bankers face existential angst over the e-krona, an electronic equivalent of Sweden's currency, which could cost them their deposit base.
LONDON (Reuters) - Trading volumes on major cryptocurrency exchanges hit a daily record on Monday of over $68 billion, research showed, highlighting the trading frenzy that has accompanied bitcoin's charge to an all-time high.
LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Bitcoin fell sharply on Monday, losing ground from a record high of $34,800 touched a day earlier, with traders citing volatility in highly leveraged futures markets.
After slogging through 2020, the year ahead sees efforts to improve on the technologies and trends that helped the public navigate a pandemic-affected world.
In the aftermath of the coronavirus, governments can reimagine capitalism by giving all of us a stake in the most valuable byproduct of our day-to-day living: data
Last year’s backlash against Facebook Inc’s planned digital currency Libra would have been most CEOs’ worst nightmare.
LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin rose to a record high on Thursday, just a day after passing the $20,000 milestone for the first time, amid surging interest from larger investors.
Leading virtual currency bitcoin on Dec 16 traded above US$20,000 (RM81,030) for the first time following a sustained run higher in recent weeks.
Switzerland's central bank has successfully tested using digital money to settle large scale transactions between financial institutions, but has not decided whether to issue its own digital currency.
Libra Association, a cryptocurrency project started by Facebook Inc that drew regulatory blowback worldwide, is hoping a new name offers a fresh chance to win over regulators and gain a foothold in the emerging market.