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Monex’s US Subsidiary TradeStation to Launch Crypto Lending Service

United States-based TradeStation, a subsidiary of Japanese firm Monex Group, is planning to launch a crypto lending service.The plan was announced in Monex’s earning report published on July 29. Called “Crypto Earn” the new lending service is “C2B2B” that lends institutions borrowed assets from clients. Last November, TradeStation launched a cryptocurrency

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A1 Telekom Austria Adds Bitcoin to Payment Service for Thousands of Retailers

Austria’s leading telecom company, A1 Telekom Austria Group, has announced that its merchant payment service now accepts cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, for cashless payments. The company operates in seven countries and has 25 million customers.A1 Telekom Austria Group is a leading provider of digital services and communications solutions in Central

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Expedia Partners With Crypto Service Travala.com for Crypto Bookings

Expedia now allows its over 700,000 accommodations to be booked with cryptocurrency through crypto travel platform Travala.com.According to an announcement shared with Cryptox by Travala.com on July 6, the firm added over 700,000 accommodations to its crypto-powered travel platform’s already over 2 million options available in 230 countries.Senior Vice President

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China’s Blockchain Service Network Reportedly Integrating Ethereum

China’s state-sponsored Blockchain Service Network (BSN) is reportedly moving to start integrating with public blockchains like Ethereum and Nervos Network.News of these potential integrations come just a week after news broke about the BSN utilizing Chainlink Oracles to increase the speed and security of transactions taking place on-chain.This news seems

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China’s Blockchain Service Network Integrates Chainlink Oracles

China’s Blockchain Service Network (BSN) is integrating Chainlink’s (LINK) oracle service into its ecosystem.BSN was recently formed by China’s State Information Center, China Mobile, China Unionpay, and Red Date Technologies. The goal of this consortium is to build infrastructure that will lower the entrance barriers to blockchain technology.Blockchain was too

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ConsenSys Spins Up Staking Service in Anticipation of Ethereum 2.0

Ethereum development house ConsenSys is being backed by heavy hitters like Binance and Huobi to test its new “staking-as-a-service” offering, designed to make it easy for institutions to earn income from the next iteration of the second-largest public blockchain. Announced Tuesday, the Eth 2.0 staking pilot from ConsenSys Codefi includes Binance,

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