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Pontem, a framework for dApps on Facebook’s Diem project, has raised $4.5 million through a seed round, led by Mechanism Capital and Kenetic Capital. The
Source: Adobe/H_Ko One of the chief architects of the Chinese digital yuan has discussed a possibility that the central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) could operate
Experimental blockchain Pontem and node provider Pinknode are teaming up to create a “proving ground” for dapps on Facebook’s upcoming Diem network.
Tether and Facebook-backed Diem were the primary topics in the U.S. meeting of regulators recently. According to reports, the meeting was held to address the
Pontem founder Boris Povod said the partnership was aimed at improving Polkadot’s current node infrastructure, with Pinknode providing “reliable and secure API endpoints.”
Details are emerging that the focus of last week’s meeting of the President’s working group on Financial Markets primarily discussed the “rapid growth of stablecoins”, and
Tether (USDT/USD) and Facebook’s Diem, formerly Libra, were the main topic in a recent private meeting that discussed the risks stablecoins pose to financial systems.
The former chief operating officer of Facebook’s Diem stablecoin project, Bertrand Perez, is joining the Web3 Foundation and Polkadot blockchain as chief operating officer (COO).