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Top Russian bank Sberbank plans to launch its stablecoin by spring 2021

Sberbank, the largest state-owned bank in Russia, has reportedly filed an application with the Bank of Russia to launch a blockchain platform for its “Sbercoin” stablecoin.Sergey Popov, director of the transaction business at Sberbank, announced the news on Jan. 21 at a local financial event Russian news agency Interfax reports.At

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AC Milan Partners with Chiliz to Launch Fan Token $ACM on Socios.com

New owners of $ACM tokens will be privileged to take part in the AC Milan major decision-making process.Professional football club AC Milan has announced a groundbreaking partnership with leading sport-focused blockchain company Chiliz to launch a fan-based token $ACM on Socios.com. According to the partnership’s statement, new owners of $ACM

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Emerging DeFi Project Router Protocol Raises Seed Funding, To Launch Cross-Chain Farming Soon

An upcoming DeFi project positioning itself as the best cross-chain liquidity aggregator, Router Protocol has announced a successful conclusion of its first seed funding round. The project has raised a total of $ 480,000 from a prominent consortium comprising of crypto, fintech and DeFi investors based out of Singapore, India

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Gemini to Launch Reward-Based Crypto Debit Card Service via Its Acquisition of Blockrize

With more companies entering the card services niche, Gemini will be developing new value-added services that will distinguish its cards from the pack.Unites States-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini has unveiled it will be rolling out a cryptocurrency debit card for which users can earn Bitcoin (BTC) based on their purchases. According

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Bitcoin in Race for Adoption Before Central Banks Launch Digital Currencies: Australia’s Macquarie

With a runway of a year or more before the Federal Reserve and other major central banks can launch digital currencies, bitcoin and other private cryptocurrencies could gain a foothold in electronic commerce. European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says bitcoin needs to be regulated. (European Central Bank, modified

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