1) Neufund Partners with Binance and Malta Stock Exchange
In order to create a regulated and decentralized, global stock exchange, Berlin-based blockchain protocol for tokenizing securities, Neufund on Thursday announced a partnership with crypto exchange Binance and the Malta Stock Exchange. The exchange will list and trade tokenized securities and crypto assets, including cryptocurrencies.
Chairman of the Malta Stock Exchange, Mr Joseph Portelli, said, in a statement: “We are delighted to welcome Neufund as our key partner in building a Blockchain-based exchange that is fully integrated with established financial markets. With the upcoming pilot project, we become a worldwide pioneer in digital finance.”
2) Graph Blockchain Solutions Target $15.5 Trillion Logistics Sector With Latest Contracts
Leading-edge technology company Graph Blockchain Limited – which provides private blockchain solutions – has been focused on the growing need for blockchain data management in the global logistics market.
With the growth of this sector as a tactical objective, Graph’s foray into the global logistics industry commenced with providing solutions to divisions of Samsung and LG corporations. Both companies are South Korean based multinational conglomerates, known to be the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones and smart phones, and the world’s second-largest television manufacturer, respectively.
3) Swiss Loyalty Ecosystem qiibee Announces Partnership with Italian Retail Association Confimprese
This strategic partnership allows qiibee to harness the power of Confimprese’s extensive relationships with some of the world’s most renowned brands across the homeware, electronics, entertainment, clothing, F&B, and health and wellness sectors.
Confimprese’s members include fast food giant KFC, coffee maker Lavazza, and the largest publishing house in Italy, Mondadori. Disney, Pandora, and petrol station network, Agip, which has more than 6,000 points of sale in Italy, are also listed among its customer base.
4) Abele Group USA announced submission of Confidential Reg A+ Filing for an Initial Coin Offering with SEC
The Abele Group, an international financial technology company launching one of the world’s first digital custodian for the token economy, announced today that it has submitted a confidential filing on Form 1-A with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) pursuant to Regulation A+ for its proposed initial coin offering (“ICO”). Abele Group seeks to become the first company to be qualified by the SEC to conduct an ICO under Regulation A+.
“The Abele Group is launching one of the world’s first digital custodian, and is committed to doing so in accordance with applicable rules and regulations,” said Phil Woods, CEO of Abele Group. “We’re one of the first groups to submit a filing with the SEC for an ICO under Regulation A+, and following the SEC’s review process, we believe that Abele Group may be the first ICO approved by the SEC.”
5) Energi Mine announces latest partnership with solar energy specialists Jem Energy
Energi Mine, the blockchain platform that financially rewards energy-saving behaviour, today announced its partnership with Jem Energy, the renewable energy company specialising in solar energy products. The partnership will see Jem customers rewarded with EnergiTokens (ETK) for purchasing equipment for the generation and storage of renewable energy.
Jem Energy is a solar power specialist that focusses on the technology surrounding photovoltaic cells, offering a range of products from solar panel systems, thermodynamic water heating systems and solar battery storage. This partnership will see Jem customers receive ETK that they can spend within the Energi Mine platform. The tokens can be put towards energy bills, claiming discounts on electric car charging or even exchanged for fiat currencies.
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