digital assets

Cindicator launches new tracking app

Cindicator is Launching a New Tracking App For Crypto Tokens

Cindicator, the hybrid AI platform for effective asset management is launching a new tracking app dubbed “Cindicator Edge”. This new web app will receive and track indicators for more than 150 digital assets. Before its launch, the app was successfully tested with 400 users…


Digital Assets Partners With Amazon’s AWS To Enhance DAML Interoperability

Blockchain firm Digital Asset’s is partnering with AWS(Amazon Web Services)to make its open-source smart contract language, DAML, more accessible. DAML( Digital Asset Modeling Language ) is a functional language for business workflows. It will now be compatible with enterprise blockchain-maker giants Hyperledger Fabric and R3 Corda. The integration will be available by July. Digital Asset’s […]

Anchorage Issues Insurance Coverage

Crypto Custodian Anchorage Issues Insurance Coverage

Anchorage, the crypto custody service company is integrating insurance coverage for the storage of digital assets. The announcement was made clear in a blog post. The firm declares insurance for various digital assets custody service firms. The insurance coverage is the by-product of the partnership between Anchorage and insurance broker Aon. The brokerage firm has […]


US SEC launches FinHub to better address DLT and Digital Assets

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched the agency’s Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub), to aid its Fintech related activities including Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and Digital Assets, as published by officials on Oct. 18.

Digital Money

Russian Lobby Group Proposes Alternate Bill on Digital Assets

The makers are subcategorizing digital assets into three parts; Tokens, Cryptocurrencies and Signature (digital). They have plans to give Cryptocurrencies a special status, unlike in the history of Russian legislation ever.  The bill has been already accepted by the State Duma in May 2018. However, it became controversial by stating cryptocurrencies and tokens as property. Now RSPP will first approve the alternate bill before passing it to Russian officials later in October.