KW 41: Renewable energies with green tokens, Xfers is revolutionizing the financial world, Sorare wants to combine soccer cards with blockchain


Renewable energies with green tokens: Renewable energies are decentralized. Therefore, the aream Group is cooperating with the French company WPO SAS, which is driving this development forward by issuing green tokens. Renewable energies can be managed via the system with the help of blockchain technology. With this project, the aream Group wants to use blockchain as a key instrument to support changes in the energy sector. The green tokens can be traded from December.

Xfers is revolutionizing the financial world: Singapore-based Xfers is a payment processing gateway that offers credit card processing and internet bank transfers. It has now been licensed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore for the issuance of digital money. Anyone who has a bank account in Singapore can use the digital Singapore dollar with the help of the Xfers platform. It is time to establish an alternative to the US dollar stable coins, explains Aymeric Salley, head of StraitsX.

Sorare wants to combine soccer cards with blockchain: Blockchain-backed fantasy soccer game Sorare has announced licensing agreements with Spanish soccer clubs Atlético Madrid and Valencia CF as well as the German soccer club Schalke 04. Sorare now has 30 soccer clubs represented on its platform. Sorare uses blockchain to authenticate limited-edition digital player card collectibles. Users own their cards and can buy, sell or trade cards with other users.

Avalanche – the open source platform: Avalanche wants to offer users a powerful, reliable and secure application and custom blockchain networks. Unlike the decentralized networks currently in use, it is based on consensus engines, virtual machines, chains and subnets. This offers users the opportunity to validate a large number of transactions and fixes one of the biggest weaknesses of current blockchains.

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Blockchain for medical purposes: China has developed the first internet hospital based on blockchain. Because of their counterfeit resistance and connectivity, blockchain solutions can play an important key role in the digitization of patient records and communication between hospitals. The technology will now be used to store patient data at the University Clinic of the First Affiliated Hospital of Dalian. The verifiability of critical data as well as the secure storage, transmission and secure access of data will have top priority, said director Niu Tie. Patients can also access the services of the “internet hospital” via WeChat.

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Hardware problems paralyze Tokyo stock exchange: For the first time in history, the Tokyo stock exchange had to suspend trading in shares last Thursday. The stock exchange operator Japan Exchange Group named hardware problems as the cause. The markets in Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka were also affected. In the past few years there had been repeated breakdowns and short interruptions, but never a suspension of the entire share trading. However, trading should resume on Friday.


“With this development in mind, the Green Token as a new digital asset is a logical investment.”
Markus W. Voigt, CEO of the aream Group on the Green Token offer.


US authorities are bringing charges against BitMEX: US prosecutors have filed criminal charges accusing four founders and executives of BitMEX, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency derivatives exchanges, of evading rules designed to stop money laundering. The Department of Justice charged Arthur Hayes, Samuel Reed and Benjamin Delo, who together founded BitMEX in 2014, and Gregory Dwyer, its first employee and later head of business development, with violating the federal Bank Secrecy Act and conspiring to violate that law.

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