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  • 2nd August 2018

    Zwoop, the AI and blockchain enabled find engine, announces its ICO

    Zwoop, the AI and blockchain enabled find engine, has announced its Initial Coin Offering (ICO). The ICO pre-sale will begin on the 28th August 2018 and public ICO on the 25th September 2018. The Zwoop team is looking to raise $20m, with investors gaining access to the Zwoop token which will facilitate cryptocurrency payments on […]

  • 8th June 2018

    Lendingblock announces partnership with Octagon Strategy Limited

    Asia-Pacific’s largest digital asset brokerage joins Lendingblock Institutional Advisory Group Lendingblock, the institutional platform for collateralised crypto-currency lending has announced a partnership with Octagon Strategy Limited (Octagon Strategy), a global top three digital asset brokerage firm. As part of the partnership, Octagon Strategy will join the Lendingblock Institutional Advisory Group to trial and launch the […]

  • 18th April 2018

    Lendingblock successfully closes $10 million in oversubscribed token sale

    Lendingblock, the open exchange for cryptocurrency loans, has announced it has successfully raised its target $10 million in its token sale. The ICO reached its market cap just four days into the main sale, as investors flocked to the project. Steve Swain, CEO of Lendingblock, commented: “We are delighted to have already met the target […]

  • 14th March 2018

    Lendingblock research shows 55 percent of people believe cryptocurrency will be widely accepted in shops and on the bus by 2025

    Lendingblock, the first cross-blockchain securities lending platform for cryptocurrency, has today released research into attitudes towards cryptocurrencies, which reveals that most people believe cryptocurrency is here to stay. Despite the pervasive narrative of the indeterminate future of cryptocurrencies, the survey of 2,000 people through personal data and insights platform CitizenMe found that more than one […]

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