LCX Now Licensed to Provide Crypto Trading Services in Liechtenstein

Exchanges Liechtenstein cryptocurrency exchange LCX has been granted a license to provide crypto trading services for utility and payment tokens. The exchange will be offering four main crypto services including a custody service and a fiat-to-crypto exchange in partnership with

Jim Grant: “Markets Trust Too Much In The Presence Of Central Banks”

Authored by Christoph Gisiger via Finanz und Wirtschaft, James Grant, Wall Street expert and editor of the renowned investment newsletter «Grant’s Interest Rate Observer», warns of the unseen consequences of super low interest rate and questions the extraordinary actions of

Economist Barry Eichengreen on the dollar losing its status as a dominant reserve currency and the future of bitcoin

For at least 70 years, the US dollar has been the world’s dominant currency. Central banks around the world hold a large portion of their reserves in the US currency, while private companies use it for international transactions. The trade

New Swiss Bitcoin trading center is in the starting blocks

Bank consultants have been listening to their customers the same request for months. You would like to invest in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ether. The cadence of inquiries is steadily increasing. Bankers confirm this at every industry meeting. Meanwhile, first

Unbreachable Privacy through Pristine Transparency — a Paradox

“You got supply and you have the demand. You have the problem and you have the solution. You have the currency of the future.” — Ronald Dacey, “StartUp” Financial market participants and laymen alike — hold onto your hats. //–

Lucerne University now Accepts Tuition Payments in Bitcoin

More facilities accepting Bitcoin will lead to a healthier cryptocurrency ecosystem. Although few things can be paid with Bitcoin right now, things are slowly improving as we speak. Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland is now accepting

Swiss Regulator, FINMA Cracks down on Scam “Not-So-Cryptocurrency”

The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) has recently taken action against the perpetrators of a crypto-scam. The firms in question were distributing a fake cryptocurrency and acting without proper licensing. A dozen other possible fraud cases are under scrutiny