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If your startup is “born and raised” in Switzerland, then you probably know that finding as significant amount of venture capital for your project will be a challenge. But there is something you can do about that.
Switzerland's stock exchange may issue its own tokens as part of a plan to digitize assets. Top executive Thomas Zeeb says that tokens may eventually replace stocks and bonds, and talks about what role cryptocurrencies play.
Avaloq’s open platform for fintechs, avaloq.one, positions the company as an even more important intermediary between stuffy Swiss banks and the innovation they so desperately need - whether they admit it or not.
The 2nd edition of the Crypto Valley Conference is coming together with a line-up of international speakers that highlights the global reach and influence of blockchain technology.
The president of the Swiss Confederation, Ueli Maurer, has stressed that establishing regulation for the blockchain sector should be fast and clear. Whether that happens and what effect it has, remains to be seen.
Research confirms that CMO’s are often cut out of the digital transformation process at banks and financial institutions. But the results could be disastrous, if the C-suite thinks they can just slap technology on as a band-aid to old processes and business models.
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.