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Overstock Subsidiary and Tokenization Firm tZERO Announces New Management

The blockchain-based subsidiary of retail giant Overstock,  tZERO, has appointed three new managers. The company announced the new hires in a press release on July 17.According to the announcement, new appointees Brooke Navarro, Michael Mougias and Alexandra Sotiropoulos have been official managers since July 15. TZero states that these

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Grayscale Investments Reaches ATH Volume Of $2.7B Under Management

Just recently, Grayscale investments reported a record all-time high volume of assets under management. Grayscale’s assets under management now is worth approximately $2.7 billion.Yesterday, July 16, Grayscale shared their Digital Asset Investment report on Q2 2019. It shows that the investment firm has reached an all-time high volume of assets

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Binance Funds Blockchain-Based Customer Relationship Management Network

Binance Labs, the blockchain incubation initiative run by Binance, has provided the blockchain-based customer relationship management (CRM) Cere Network with strategic funding, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on July 3.Binance Labs announced that Cere Network would be graduating from the Season II cohort of its incubation

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Kodak Reveals New Blockchain-Based Document Management System

Kodak Services for Business unveiled a blockchain-based document management platform during a two-day conference in New York, according to a news release published on June 5.The company says the technology enables businesses and governments to better manage sensitive documents and keep them secure — automating workflows and archiving to

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Coinbase Custody Has $1 Billion of Crypto Under Management

During an on-stage discussion at Consensus, Brian Armstrong, CEO of major United States cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, said that its custody service has already received $1 billion in crypto under management. Coindesk reported on Armstrong’s comments on Wednesday, May 15.Panel moderator and Wall Street Journal reporter Paul Vigna asked Armstrong

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