Crypto News From the German-Speaking World: Sept. 16–22 in Review
Helen Partz's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 53%
The German-speaking world saw a number of crypto and blockchain events this week, with the German Federal Government releasing its blockchain strategy and local companies and associations launching new industry initiatives. Here is the past week of German crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph and Cointelegraph auf Deutsch. On Sept.
16, German crypto investment startup Neufund rolled out its blockchain-based public offering platform, following clearance from the Financial Monetary Authority in Liechtenstein. Bitkom releases its blockchain guide in a move to support local industry. Bitkom, the industry association of the German IT and telecom industry, released its blockchain guide "Evaluation and Implementation of Blockchain Use Cases" on Sept.
17. On Sept. 17, IOTA officially announced the news on Twitter, adding that IOTA tokens can now be used as payment at all stores that accept Apple or Samsung Pay.German government adopts blockchain strategy.
On Sept. 18, the German Federal Government published its finalized blockchain strategy, revealing 10 major principles to develop concrete measures for unlocking the benefits offered by blockchain technology by the end of 2021.
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