Blockchain noticias 16.08.2018

Pantera Capital raises $71M for crypto venture fund

Blockchain investment company Pantera Capital has launched its third crypto fund with over $71 million already committed. An SEC filing indicates the new investment scheme, called Venture Fund III, Káaj u yáax oferta le 31 u julio ka ts'o'ok u planteado $71.44 millones u 90 inversores.

Pantera xan tu ts'íibtaj ti' jump'éel blog u miércoles u Venture Fund III ts'o'ok ts'o'ok u meentik u yáax blockchain apuesta, invertir te' Bakkt, jump'éel cryptocurrency plataforma tu ts'áaj tu marcha a principios de le wi'inal tuméen le hielo, matriz le pawo' uts' k'ajóolilo'obo' Nueva York. Inversiones Pantera registran jump'éel 10,000 tumen ciento retornan ichil jo'op'éel u u participaciones ti' jejeláas múuch' meyajo'ob u cryptocurrency. Pantera u invertido ti' crypto intercambios bey Bitstamp, Korbit and Shapeshift, as well as payments startups like Circle.

South Korea budgets $880M for tech including blockchain

Kim Dong-yeon, South Korea’s finance minister, announced that the government has set aside $4.4 billion over the upcoming years for an investment program which focuses on blockchain and nine other burgeoning tech sectors. Specifically, the South Korea government will invest over $880 million next year in order to boost the development of innovative technologies including blockchain.

Data disclosed on the website of the Ministry of Economy and Finance shows that the government is set to allocate 1 trillion won, or about $880 million in 2019 – an 80 percent growth compared to that in 2018 – to invest in technologies including blockchain, big data and AI. Further, the authority said it will invest a total of $8 – 9 billion in the area in the coming five years. The goal is tofocus on promoting big data and AI, developing blockchain technology to ensure data management security and boosting the sharing economy.

Cryptocurrency planes ZB intercambio tak Malta, intercambio cryptocurrency yaalo'on jo'op'éel u nojochil ti' le yóok'ol kaaba' tumen volumen u negociación Sáansamal, establecer jump'éel koonol ti' le soleada peetlu'umo' ti' Blockchain u Malta. u beel formalmente establecer u operaciones ti' Europa yéetel le ch'iino' jump'éel túumben intercambio ti' Malta. Le ts'ook anuncio Chúuns ésos tumen Binance, OKEx ka DQR, Ba'ax xan u pi'ik'a' oficinas ti' le peetlu'umo'.

The company will initially start out as a crypto-to-crypto exchange and will eventually look to offer fiat-to-crypto trading pairs through its new platform based out of the European island nation. Co-founder Jimmy Zhao said “Malta is perhaps the world’s most progressive and forward-thinking nation in DLT, crypto and fintech, and we are very excited to be part of the Blockchain Island. We are confident we will be able to announce our live operations soon.

Blockchain noticias 16.08.2018


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