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Lbank’s Successful Web Summit Lisbon Exhibition, Free to Ride Campaign, and More – Press release Bitcoin News

press release PRESS RELEASE. INTERNET CITY, DUBAI, LISBON, Nov. 4th, 2022 – Global crypto exchange, LBank, joined Web Summit Lisbon in Portugal as a proud sponsor and exhibitor. Lisbon has been on LBank’s list of destinations for a while and it was great for the top-20 crypto exchange to finally

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BIS releases full report on mBridge wholesale CBDC platform after successful pilot

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has released the full details of its mBridge pilot project to use central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) for foreign exchange. Commercial banks in four jurisdictions made cross-border transfers using CBDCs and distributed ledger (blockchain) technology in the project, which was heralded as a success.Twenty

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Gala Games’ Spider Tanks Has Successful Final Playtest Before Official Web3 Launch – Press release Bitcoin News

press release PRESS RELEASE. The blockchain game, built by GAMEDIA and published by Web3 industry leader Gala Games, is currently operating its final round of playtests before making preparations for the full October 31st launch. Spider Tanks is one of the first games powered by Web3 (blockchain) tech from Gala Games,

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Successful Exhibition and Afterparty – Press release Bitcoin News

press release PRESS RELEASE. SINGAPORE, Oct. 3rd, 2022 – Global crypto exchange, LBank, joined Token 2049 in Singapore as sponsor and exhibitor. LBank was welcomed with open arms at the Token 2049 venue and continued to host a successful after-party. As one of the rise-and-coming major crypto hubs, Singapore hosted

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BIS marks CBDC pilot as ‘successful’ with $22M transacted

A multi-jurisdictional Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) pilot has been marked “successful” by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) after a month-long test phase that facilitated $22 million worth of real-value cross-border transactions.The central banks of Hong Kong, Thailand, China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) took part in the

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