Global trade is not just a question of moving merchandise from one point to another. Goods do need to move, but they do so through a web of intermediaries, each with distinct priorities and systems. Exporters, importers, banks, truckers, shippers, customs agents and regulators all require checks and verifications at various points along the chain,…


What is a Stable Coin? A “stable coin” is a cryptocurrency that is pegged to another stable asset, like gold or the U.S. dollar. It’s a currency that is global, but is not tied to a central bank and has low volatility. This allows for practical usage of using cryptocurrency like paying for things every…


30 years ago The Economist in its “Get Ready for a World Currency” article predicted a new world currency. “Americans, Japanese, Europeans, and people in many other rich countries, and some relatively poor ones will probably be paying for their shopping with the same currency.” The Economist named the currency “Phoenix”, but it was used…


The Golden Currency team have just entered their pre-ICO round which will run for the next 15 days. During this round, investors have the opportunity to secure an additional 25% bonus tokens on their purchase. Golden Currency are pegged to be the FIRST cryptocurrency with real cash and digital cash on the blockchain, 100% backed…


The Bank of England, the U.K.’s central banking authority, is developing a proof-of-concept (PoC) examining how to maintain privacy over a distributed ledger-based network while still allowing a regulatory overview of the data. Partnering for the project with Chain, a blockchain startup that develops infrastructure protocols, the Bank of England released a paper on Wednesday setting…


Imagine a world where money was equal and actually held some value instead of a thin sheet of paper with nothing behind it expect for a promise. Imagine a world where sending money to a loved one in another country didn’t take 3 or more days and cost at least 10% of the value you…