Swiss Crypto Industry Leader Says Next Crypto Wave Will Be Stablecoins, Security Tokens
Bitcoin Association Switzerland board member Luzius Meisser says he believes the next wave of crypto innovation will focus on stablecoins and security tokens. Meisser made his remarks during an interview with Cointelegraph’s correspondent during the Crypto Finance Conference in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Jan. 16.
Swiss Post, Swisscom Developing New Blockchain Platform on Hyperledger
Swiss Post, the country’s national postal service, and state-owned telecoms provider Swisscom have united to develop a blockchain platform.
Gazprombank to develop cryptoasset service for private clients
The Swiss arm of Russia's Gazprombank is to roll out a cryptoasset service for clients in mid-2019, using technology from core banking supplier Avaloq and local blockchain startup Metaco.
Swiss Railway Tests Blockchain Identities for Workplace Safety Boost
Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has completed a proof-of-concept (PoC) of a blockchain-based credentials management system for workers employed at the company’s construction sites.
Swiss startup SEBA raises funds to build crypto bank
Swiss startup SEBA Crypto AG has raised 100 million Swiss francs ($103 million) to build a bank offering cryptocurrency services to companies and investors while extending traditional banking services to firms in the new industry.
Swiss Markets Authority Investigates Troubled $100 Million ICO
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) announced Thursday that it is investigating blockchain startup Envion AG for potentially breaking financial market rules with its initial coin offering (ICO).
Swiss Stock Exchange to Tokenize Securities With New DLT Platform
Switzerland's principal stock exchange has announced that it is developing a blockchain-based platform to tokenize traditional securities.
Swiss Federal Councillor: Blockchain Will ‘Penetrate Our Entire Economy’
One of the seven members of Switzerland’s collective head of state stated that blockchain will someday “penetrate our entire economy,” according to a transcript published by the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research today, June 21.