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Stuttgart Stock Exchange To List Bitcoin, Litecoin, XRP, Ethereum on Upcoming Crypto Trading Platform

The Bison App developed by Sowa Labs, a wholly-owned fintech subsidiary of Börse Stuttgart, the second largest stock exchange in Germany has announced plans to launch a cryptocurrency exchange platform with initial support for Bitcoin, XRP, Ethereum and Litecoin. Making the announcement in a post on its official Twitter account, Bison App revealed that the new service will go into its exclusive...

German Stock Exchange Giant to Launch Crypto Trading -- How it Will Affect the European Market

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On December 12, Boerse Stuttgart, the second-biggest stock exchange in Germany and the ninth-largest in Europe, said in an official statement that it plans to introduce a crypto trading platform by the second quarter of 2019. Alexander Höptner, the CEO of Boerse Stuttgart GmbH, stated: "With its combination of technology and banking expertise, solarisBank is a great partner for us to offer...

Germany's Second Largest Stock Exchange is Launching a Zero-Fee Crypto Exchange

The second largest stock exchange in Germany, the Stuttgart Exchange Group and the banking institute SolarisBank are joining forces to create infrastructure for a zero-fee crypto exchange. While some digital currency fanatics welcome large banking establishments into the crypto-affray, others believe it goes against the decentralized nature of cryptocurrency. However, you cannot stop the market...

Coinbase Additions, Enterprise Patents, and Massive Hacks: This Week in Crypto

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Make sure you check out our previous edition here, now let's go over what happened in crypto this week. Also, make sure you subscribe for this weeks edition of The Bitcoin Podcast by CCN on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Price Watch: Bitcoin fell nearly 8% this week after jumping above $6,800 early this week. The market seemed to stabilize early this week but failed to hit the critical...

This German Bank Offers Corporate Bank Accounts to EU Crypto Firms

Blockchain and cryptocurrency firms long used to being shunned by traditional financial institutions in the European Union can now breathe a sigh of relief. Berlin, Germany-based solarisBank has received the licenses necessary to offer business banking accounts to Blockchain and cryptocurrency firms operating in the European Economic Area. Companies in the space can consequently open a...