Bitstamp is shifting client accounts from London to Luxembourg, possibly due to the impact of Brexit.
As the United Kingdom left the European Union this week, the Paris-based hardware provider Ledger and Vienna-based exchange Bitpanda made their thoughts known on the theme of “Brexit.”
Blockchain.com is adding a British pound gateway to its cryptocurrency exchange as it bets on more Brexit chaos.
The DTCC has pushed back the release of its blockchain-based post-trade system for derivatives by several months, in part because of Brexit.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao shares his thoughts on Facebook’s Libra and says Brexit is bullish for crypto in a wide-ranging interview.
Enterprise blockchain firm R3 is doubling its office space in London to accommodate a hiring spree.
Bitcoin has a distinct set of properties unlike any other asset, argues the world's largest cryptocurrency asset manager.
Coinfloor will collect a fee for referring reputable crypto startups to electronic money institution Enumis for bank-like current accounts.
The U.K. is on the cusp of leaving the E.U., sparking concern for blockchain startups working within a government-run regulatory sandbox.
British MEP Kay Swinburne has called on the U.K. to implement and champion blockchain technology as the country moves to leave the EU.
Do 2016's political changes foreshadow blockchain's impact? Cryptiv's CEO argues the two might be more intertwined than one might think.
Bitcoin prices surged more than 80% in 2016, pushed higher by developments such as the Brexit, the halving and the Bitfinex hack.
In the previous weeks, macroeconomic uncertainty has spurred investment interest in bitcoin, but will this continue into the second half of 2016?