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AWS Now Offering Ethereum On Managed Blockchain Service

Amazon Web Services users can now use the company’s managed blockchain to set up Ethereum nodes and participate on its main network. So reports The Block Crypto.


Gibraltar’s Digital and Financial Services Minister Joins GBBC

Albert Isola, Gibraltar’s digital and financial services minister, will be an ambassador for the Global Blockchain Business Council, an industry advocacy organization. So reports Coindesk.


Long Island Iced Tea’s Blockchain Pivot Saga Comes To An End

The Long Island Iced Tea Corp. was planning to diversify its operations with “vague plans to invest in the technology underlying cryptocurrency,” but the Securities and Exchange Commission has now revoked its stock registration, killing the beverage company’s plan. So reports Gizmodo.


Unstoppable Domains Bringing Blockchain to All Browsers

Unstoppable Domains, a blockchain domain registry company, is offering a new service to expand access to “decentralized websites to anyone with an internet connection.” So reports TechRadar.


Dapper Labs Leverages Blockchain to Create Digitally 'Verifiable' NBA Highlight Collectables

Dapper Labs, a blockchain startup company that recently inked an agreement with the National Basketball Association, just sold more than $50 million worth of “verifiable video trading cards” in a 30-day span. So reports Yahoo! Finance.


China Looking to Take Leadership Position with Blockchain Apps

China may have inherent limits in place for coin offerings and cryptocurrency exchanges, but that hasn’t stopped it from working toward being a global leader in their underlying technology: blockchain. So reports TechCrunch.


IBM Blockchain Team Heading Toward Non-existence: Sources

IBM has dramatically reduced its blockchain team as the company missed badly on revenue targets. So reports Coindesk.


DocuSign CEO: Blockchain Still Too Pricey for His Tastes

DocuSign CEO Daniel Springer says blockchain is way too expensive to service his company’s needs. So reports Quartz.


CFPB Calls for Good, Hard Look At 'Alt Credit' Data in Lending

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) director pushed for more information about the emerging use of alternative credit data during her recent remarks at the November 2020 Academic Research Council Meeting.


CCB Squashes Blockchain Digital Bond Plan with No Explanation

China Construction Bank is pulling its US$3 billion blockchain-based “digital bond programme” as technology companies are facing increasingly stiff resistance to their financial innovations. So reports the South China Morning Post.


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