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In emerging markets, the shallow reach of traditional money systems means there’s less resistance to new financial technology.
Recognized as the premiere gathering of trade and investment policy makers, the biennial UNCTAD World Investment Forum is opening its doors to blockchain leaders this year.
"Bancor will continue to expand across every blockchain that is interesting and where tokens are being created." Galia Benartzi.
Digital marketing specialists at Cyberius created an infographic of major goals achieved by Bancor Protocol since the project’s historic TGE.
From the mists of ideation, a first wave of ethereum dapps is starting to emerge.
In our conversation, we discuss the impact of software on monetary tools, the nature of trust as it pertains to cryptocurrency, the Bancor protocol, blockchain and immutability.
On 5th November, the decentralized liquidity network, Bancor announced the launch of their new enhanced product named BancorX.
Thanks to Bancor, blockchain is finally becoming a tool we can use to fight poverty.
Cryptocurrency currencies take the concept of money, and they take it native into computers, where everything is settled with computers and doesn’t require external institutions or trusted third parties to validate things.
The Bancor Foundation is providing bankrupt communities with a surprising way out of poverty: digital tokens.
Centralized exchanges feature security and efficiency.
On Monday, June 4th, at 12:00 GMT, the Bancor Network activated its 100th token.
When dinner conversations turn to cryptocurrency, as they often do these days, I brace for a grilling, because I’ve been a reporter covering the topic for six years.
By Peter Lee and Galia Benartzi, Co-Founder of Bancor | 4/12/2018
Bancor co-founder: Crypto self-regulation is good for the industry
The Bancor Protocol has often been described as one of the most advanced algorithms in the blockchain space.
As of January 2018, the number of cryptocurrencies had already hit 1,384, and more are being launched all the time.
With the number of cryptocurrencies passing 1,000, and the craze continuing, things are getting pretty wild out there to say the least.
Bancor is a platform built on Ethereum that enables anyone to launch tokens backed by crypto-token reserves, such as ETH.
When Bancor held its initial coin offering (ICO), it raised a lot of money and a lot of questions. Now, eight months on, the project seems to have found a role in the market.
Bernard Lietaer - Bancor Protocol - Application to Universal Basic Income Smart Token (Blockchain Technology).
One of the biggest questions surrounding the much-hyped cryptocurrency world is why anyone would use digital currencies instead of cash.
One of the concerns anyone faces when purchasing or exchanging some asset is the expected future liquidity of being able to swap that asset for another at a later date with ease.
It was a landmark event. Earlier this year, Bancor raised an eye-watering $153 million through its ICO.
Bancor, the blockchain startup that raised $147 million in an initial coin offering (ICO) last month, announced today that it has added the first member to its currency-liquidity network.
Bancor, an Israel-based digital token project, has managed to raise $153 mln in its crowdsale on June 12, which lasted less than four hours.
The Bancor protocol is a standard for a new generation of cryptocurrencies called “smart tokens,” which can hold one or more tokens in reserve.
An initial coin offering (ICO) for a blockchain project called Bancor has set a new industry record, raising approximately $153m.
Galia Benartzi is a founder of Bancor, a Swiss-based non-profit focused on solving the liquidity challenge in asset exchange.
Over time, many developers in the blockchain arena tried to launch a mechanism to enable cross-chain trading.