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New German Government Makes Crypto History

The incoming new government in Germany is the first in history to explicitly mention crypto and blockchain in their coalition agreement and governing program. In the first peaceful transition of power in 15 years, digitization, legalizing weed, renewable energy, a united Europe and much else is on the cards for an optimistic Germany. A Germany that is now to be ruled by the Social Democrats (red),...[Read More]

German Bank to Issue Blockchain Listed Shares, Financial Regulator Approves the Securities Prospectus

German-based WEG Bank AG announced on Tuesday that it had a breakthrough in equity tokenization. And with this, it has become the first company to put all of its shares on the blockchain, as per the company’s announcement. “We have been looking forward to the publication of this company news for a long time,” said Matthias von Hauff, CEO of TEN31 Bank, the fintech division of WEG Bank AG. https://...[Read More]

German Luxury Brand Philipp Plein Starts Accepting Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum and Other Cryptocurrencies

German luxury fashion house Philipp Plein, which is known for its flamboyant and garish style, has begun accepting a slew of digital assets in an apparent attempt to lure in the crypto nouveau riche following a recent bull run. Those who want to splurge their crypto holdings on $6,500 sneakers now have an excellent opportunity to do so. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Litecoin and Tether ar...[Read More]

46% of German Funds Interested in Bitcoin

46% of funds in the German speaking region of Austria, Germany and Switzerland (DACH region) are interested in cryptos like bitcoin and eth according to a survey of 70+ investment funds. The survey found that 88% of German funds are not invested in bitcoin with just 4% invested in crypto while 8% are not sure. It further revealed that 6.6% are in late stage planning and will be investing this year...[Read More]

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