The Spanish-speaking world has seen major cryptocurrency and blockchain developments with central bank representatives from all around the world meeting in Argentina, Spain developing various initiatives and projects based on blockchain and the Japan-based crypto exchange Bitpoint offering its services in Guatemala.
Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph en Español.
Spain: The Royal Mint chooses PwC to develop blockchain projects
Cointelegraph en Español reported on Oct. 10 that the Spanish National Mint and Doorbell factory, Real Casa de la Moneda had chosen PwC to develop various initiatives and projects based on blockchain and digital identity technologies. The agency hopes these initiatives will enable access to a set of services that allow customers to choose the information and who to share it with, with absolute certainty for all parties that the information is true. Antonio Requena at PwC said:
“This 2019 is still a year of experimentation and intersectoral collaboration in the Spanish market, mainly in banking, insurance, energy and public administrations. However, despite the fact that our market is less…
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Author: Joeri Cant