Boston Blockchain Week kicks off Monday, with several events already sold out. Meanwhile, MobileBridge launches the public sale of its tokens. Last week Coinbase terminated support for multisig vaults.

Boston Blockchain Week
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Blockchain experts from financial firms to academia converge at Boston Blockchain Week starting Monday. MIT Technology Review’s “The Business of Blockchain” and a Harvard innovation lab session on blockchain’s disruption of media models are among the events already sold out. Tickets are still available for plenty of other sessions, though. Read more here.

MobileBridge Kicks Off Public Sale of Tokens

MobileBridge, a Swiss blockchain and crypto-token based marketing automation platform, Monday is launching the public sale of its Momentum tokens, according to Blockchain News. A private sale has been underway since late March, and the company is offering a total of 1 billion tokens. The public sale is scheduled to end May 25, according to Blockchain News. MobileBridge’s Momentum platform is aimed at helping companies build strong relationships with customers by rewarding them with tokens. Read more here.

Veri Doc Global ICO Starts April 26

Veri Doc Global, a Singapore-based antifraud document verification company, plans to issue tokens under the symbol VDG beginning Thursday, April 26. The company plans to issue a total of 50 billion tokens. The technology, which is patented according to a Veri Doc white paper, uses what’s known as a Quick Response, or QR, code to ensure a user is looking at a true and correct document created by an issuer. Read more here.

Last Week’s Events
Coinbase Ended Support for Multisig Vaults

Coinbase last week stopped offering technical support for its multisig vaults. Coinbase plans to redeploy multisig resources on the company’s platform and focus on its security and reliability. Read more here.

World Blockchain Forum Met in Dubai

Investors and chief executives with a keen interest in cryptocurrencies and blockchain met in Dubai last week to discuss bitcoin (BTC), ICOs and the latest blockchain technologies. The World Blockchain Forum also covered investing, regulation, startups and disruption. Read more here.

Legal, Risk Experts Converged at Moscow’s Blockchain Conference

Russian developers and blockchain players presented at Moscow’s Blockchain Conference last week. The conference, on April 17 and 18, featured Russian legal and risk experts discussing regulatory issues in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. Read more here.

 

Michelle Rama-Poccia
Michelle Rama-Poccia has written financial news since 2001, covering everything from Latin American debt capital markets to the U.S. credit crisis. She began her career on the enterprise desk at Dow Jones Newswires, and was an editor and producer for Thomson Reuters before her stint as Fast Money, Strategy Session and Options Action producer at CNBC. Most recently, Michelle has worked as a contributing editor for TheStreet.com.