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Scotcoin will donate £5 off every £20 it earns from its token sale to homeless people, reported in CCN.
Moneynetint, a UK-based provider of foreign exchange services for the corporate sector has integrated and deployed decentralized payments using Ripple blockchain network RippleNet.
As the Irish border question has remained one of the thorniest issues in the Brexit talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union, a cabinet minister in Prime Minister Theresa May’s government believes the solution lies in technology. CCN reports that.
The London Block Exchange has announced the launch of a GBP-pegged cryptocurrency stablecoin called LBXPeg. In a statement posted on its website, LBX revealed that the so-called “cryptopound” will be tied to the value of GBP held in an auditable U.K. bank account on a 1:1 basis.
Europe’s first dedicated blockchain research facility and the world’s first advanced blockchain identity laboratory has been launched in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.
The second stop on the European part of the IDACB World International Roadshow was in London on August 28. It was a good follow-up on the previous one in Zurich for us. The show gathered a good target audience including many blockchain investors.
Blockchain startups seeking to expand to the U.K. might find that now is a good time to do so. Coindesk reports that.
The U.K. Ministry of Justice is investigating blockchain as a possible tool for securing digital forms of evidence, its deputy director said Thursday.
Wirex, a London-based bitcoin wallet and payment card provider, announced on August 23 that it has become the third crypto-enabled company to receive an e-money license from U.K. financial regulators. Coindesk reports that.
The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced the creation of a global initiative to improve collaboration on fintech innovations — like blockchain — between regulators and companies, according to an official August 7 press release. Cointelegraph reports.