The central bank digital currency will be accompanied by a Central Bank of Nigeria-sanctioned wallet that a user can link to a bank account.

While this announcement specifically focuses on the MATIC mainnet token, Binance also intends to support ERC20, BEP2, and BEP20 MATIC associated tokens.

The main webpage for Nigeria’s central bank digital currency (CBDC) has gone live, earlier than next month’s planned rollout date for the digital naira.

Bitcoin is now officially legal tender in El Salvador, three months after the Bitcoin Law passed the country’s legislature.

Customers of Vodafone Cash and CalBank have been granted the opportunity to test the online version of Bank of Ghana’s Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), the eCedi.

Bitcoin's most important economic mechanism, the halving, could legitimize Bitcoin as a store of value ...

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The Bitcoin network witnessed its first halving in 2012 when the Bitcoin’s issuance rate was reduced from 50 BTC to 25 BTC per mined block. The last two halvings occurred in 2016 and 2020, significantly slashing Bitcoin’s issuance rate to the current 3.125 BTC.

According to a supplement to the 2024 annual budget, Canada expects to apply the international Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework (CARF) for taxation by 2026. The country is getting an early start on the new standard, which is expected to be observed by 47 countries by 2027.

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) published an issue paper providing its perspective on central bank digital currencies (CBDC).

On Monday, Tanzanian president Samia Suluhu Hassan urged the country’s central bank to begin exploring crypto assets.

The Ministry of Economic Development of Italy has announced that certain blockchain projects will qualify to apply for up to $46 million in government subsidies starting from September

International banking group Standard Chartered (SC) and a supply chain fintech services company in China will jointly create a blockchain-based trade finance platform.