Taiwan’s Financial Regulator to Conduct Limited Oversight of Cryptocurrencies

The Financial Supervisory Commission of Taiwan has indicated its intentions to maintain only a limited oversight of cryptocurrencies. The regulator said it’s going to focus mainly on the enforcement of anti-money laundering policies, while remaining open towards innovations like those… Continue Reading →

The Cryptocurrency Industry is the Internet Industry of the late 90s

Many parallels are drawn between the current scenario of the cryptocurrency industry with that of the internet companies in the late 90s and early 2000s. Companies have raised more than $10 billion since 2015 through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Notable personalities,… Continue Reading →

The Cryptocurrency Industry is the Internet Industry of the late 90s

Many parallels are drawn between the current scenario of the cryptocurrency industry with that of the internet companies in the late 90s and early 2000s. Companies have raised more than $10 billion since 2015 through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Notable personalities,… Continue Reading →

High Net Worth Individuals are Eager to Jump on the Cryptocurrency Wagon

High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) have expressed significant interest in cryptocurrency investments. These individuals, however, would like more information on the emerging industry from their wealth managers as 25 percent receive most of their investment information from their wealth managers…. Continue Reading →

High Net Worth Individuals are Eager to Jump on the Cryptocurrency Wagon

High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) have expressed significant interest in cryptocurrency investments. These individuals, however, would like more information on the emerging industry from their wealth managers as 25 percent receive most of their investment information from their wealth managers…. Continue Reading →

Japan Penalizes Crypto Exchanges – Yakuza Involvement Confirmed

The Japanese regulator has issued business improvement orders to six of the country’s 16 fully-licensed crypto exchanges including Bitflyer, Quoine, and Tech Bureau. The agency confirmed to news.Bitcoin.com that at least one of the six exchanges has some form of… Continue Reading →

Circle Will Not Accept Any Payment for Cryptocurrency Listing

Circle Financial has compiled a framework of requirements known as the Circle Assets Framework, for cryptocurrencies and other digital assets desirous of listing on its trading platforms. Announcing the Circle Assets Framework in a blog post on June 19, 2018,… Continue Reading →

Only a Third of the Richest Informed on Bitcoin

Despite seeing their investment return above 20% in 2017 for two consecutive years, the richest people in the world say they are not fully satisfied with their asset managers and want to learn more about crypto. Also read: At Least $20… Continue Reading →

Japan’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Exchange Suspend New Accounts amid Stricter Regulation

Merely three days after the Japanese government and local financial authorities requested cryptocurrency exchanges to improve their infrastructures, bitFlyer, the country’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, has suspended the registration of new accounts to overhaul its Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your… Continue Reading →

$17 Billion Deleted From Cryptocurrency Market in 24 Hours as Ethereum Falls 7%

The cryptocurrency market has recorded a loss of over $17 billion in the past 24 hours, triggered by the loss of major cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and EOS. EOS recorded the largest loss amongst major digital assets,… Continue Reading →

Bitcoin in Brief: Plagiary, Numerology, and Nano Does a No-No

From the serious to the ridiculous, today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief has got it all, and by “all” read “a varied selection of crypto-related topics numbering no less than four and no more than six.” That doesn’t sound nearly… Continue Reading →

DHS Give Blockchain Tech Company $192k to Beta Test Concept

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provided Factom, a startup using blockchain technology to secure Internet of things (IoT) data, on June 15, 2018, $192,380 to begin beta testing their concept. Factom’s Blockchain Push The $192,380 prize money was apart… Continue Reading →

Blockchain Technology to Assist in Combating Child Trafficking in Moldova

The emerging blockchain technology has not only rocked the financial market and economy but has a potential to save lives. Moldova, the human trafficking haven of Europe, is developing a blockchain project that would address its decade-long problem that is… Continue Reading →

10 VPN Services Providers That Accept Bitcoin

Bitcoinist has compiled a list of ten VPN providers that will gladly offeryou their services…nThe post 10 VPN Services Providers That Accept Bitcoin appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.n

Investigation Underway: Korean Government Seeks Cause of Crypto Hacks

Following the alleged hacks of South Korean crypto exchanges, the government has formally launched an investigation into the cause of the hacks. The authorities will also perform security checks on all crypto exchanges’ systems. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the… Continue Reading →

Korean Government Launches Investigation into Crypto Hacks

Following the alleged hacks of South Korean crypto exchanges, the government has formally launched an investigation into the cause of the hacks. The authorities will also perform security checks on all crypto exchanges’ systems. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the… Continue Reading →

Research Reveals New Instances of Plagiarism in Tron’s Code, States Project Faces “Technical Challenges” before Mainnet Launch

A startling report by New York-based blockchain security researchers Digital Asset Research (DAR) revealed new instances of plagiarized code in the Tron code base. Tron Code Exposed According to a post on June 19, 2018, DAR claimed to have scrutinized… Continue Reading →

At Least $20 Billion in Crypto Investment Awaits Custody Streamlining, Approval

Rumor has it vaunted, long awaited institutional money, big investment in crypto is coming. One of the many holdups involves custody regulation, as both large funds and those ecosystem companies best poised look for a smooth way to guard cryptocurrency… Continue Reading →

Bithumb Hack ‘Doesn’t Really Change the Fundamentals of Bitcoin’: Charlie Lee

Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin, went on CNBC’s Fast Money program on Wednesday to discuss the recent hacking of South Korea’s cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb, among other developments in the crypto sphere. Speaking via telephone, the founder of the world’s fifth-largest… Continue Reading →

Ethereum Classic Price Defies Bear Market in Single-Day Rally

The ethereum classic price continued its inexorable rise on Thursday afternoon as it reached $17.71 on cryptocurrency exchange Binance — a single-day increase of 7%. There could be several factors which are affecting this price movement. The principal one is… Continue Reading →

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