This Week in Crypto Valley
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Defying the crypto market downturn, Bitcoin Suisse continues to grow with impressive revenue numbers. Even amid growing competition, the company has found a formula for success which may not be such a secret.
As recently as late last year, Credit Suisse couldn't find common ground with Apple Pay. Now, the bank has reached a payments deal with the U.S. tech giant. Could this be the end of TWINT? Or a chance for crypto to save the Swiss app?
Most people think that PR is a dark art - but they don’t realise that the foundation of a good, long-term strategy depends first and foremost on a having a solid company blog. Here are 5 reasons why - and what to do about it.
Crypto Valley may have suffered from the overall crypto downturn of the last year, but there’s no reason to blame marketing for that. Here are three reasons why - and why Crypto Valley is still a good place to be.
The Swiss Federal Government is moving forward to establish a legal framework for blockchain and distributed ledger technologies in the country. Unlike other countries in the region (Lichtenstein and Malta, for instance) Switzerland will aim to amend and refine existing laws rather than create new ones.
Despite the worldwide reputation of Silicon Valley as the top spot for startups and venture capital, it is Europe that is taking the lead when it comes to blockchain and crypto innovation.
Two Swiss cities figure into this “Top 30” list from Silicon Republic - and it is Zug in particular that has captured the attention of startups the world over - and has put it third in the rankings of top spots for startup funding.
Where do you get your crypto news?
While the world of news is a fast-paced and quickly-changing scene, the crypto news scene is exceptionally volatile - and full of outlets of questionable reputation. The same could be said of many projects in general.
A group of former top bankers in Switzerland have launched SEBA - which aims to be the first fully-regulated fiat-crypto bank. SEBA CEO Guido Buehler offers his thoughts in this exclusive interview.
Tezos builds it developer pool, Crypto Fund wins a FINMA license and now you can learn Solidity! This Week in Crypto Valley continues to see interesting things happen!