Bundesbank seems to be coyly flirting with blockchain technology.
A legendary Berlin-based watering hole and Bitcoin hub closes down
Germany’s blockchain solution for distributed energy resources puts interoperability to the test.
The country seeks to innovate with help from a variety of Blockchain companies.
The bill sought to renew Germans’ trust in their government’s ability to keep megaproject spending under control.
Clearing regulatory hurdles is important for forward-leaning jurisdictions that aim to attract the most innovative firms.
Germany’s financial regulator BaFin is seizing bitcoin ATMs run by “Shitcoins Club” months after ordering its operator to cease trading crypto.
Prosecutors allege the programmer behind movie2k.to helped distribute 880,000 pirated films over a five-year period that ended in 2015.
The Berlin-based fintech firm announced on Tuesday that it had joined the association for private banks in Germany.
Germany’s finance and accounting agencies seem to have missed their chance to spot a $2.1 billion black hole in Wirecard’s accounts.