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Bithumb — the largest bitcoin exchange in South Korea and one of the world’s highest-volume crypto trading platforms — could soon find its shares available to retail and institutional investors alike, albeit in a nontraditional way.
The industry is in a desperate need of a successful mass-adoption use case that will prove out an economically sound token model and show the cryptocurrencies are more than just crowdfunding instruments.
Coinbase, the U.S. bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange best-known for boasting it was signing up 50,000 retail accounts per day during the 2017 bitcoin bull run, is widening its support for institutional and large-volume crypto trading.
US space agency NASA is planning to advance its technology by adding Blockchain to secure air traffic services and support, the media reported. The agency will work with an open source Blockchain platform called "Hyperledger Fabric" that is specifically designed for enterprise transactions that resemble typical air traffic management interactions, Ronald J. Reisman, an aero-computer engineer at the NASA Ames Research Centre, said in a statement.
Binance’s cryptocurrency exchange platform has expanded into the European market with its entry into the Island of Jersey, a self-governing dependency of Great Britain. Binance Jersey will allow trading of popular cryptocurrencies bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH) against the euro (EUR) and the British pound (GBP).