Malaysian Central Bank Close to Deciding On Digital Currency Regulations

By | October 5, 2017

Malaysian Central Bank Close to Deciding On Digital Currency Regulations The Malaysian central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, has yet to make a decision on how to effectively regulate the use of digital currencies in the country, according to local reports. One of the options being considered by the bank is the possible ban of virtual currencies. Regulating the… Read More »

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Blockchain’s Multiple Identities Enable Solutions to Countless Vexing Problems

By | October 5, 2017

Blockchain’s Multiple Identities Enable Solutions to Countless Vexing Problems Blockchain is a novel technology that is finding implementation in almost every area of human endeavour. Based on their particular needs, different users are finding different ways to use the Blockchain. What is Blockchain? Since the invention of the first Blockchain by Satoshi Nakamoto, the technology has not relented… Read More »

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Will Bitcoin Gold Return Power to Ordinary Users

By | October 5, 2017

Will Bitcoin Gold Return Power to Ordinary Users Before the dust has even settled on Bitcoin’s civil war, which saw an acrimonious disagreement about how Bitcoin should handle its scaling debate, the major digital currency could be splitting again. Bitcoin Cash was threatened, laughed off, created, boomed, and them fizzled out as Bitcoin carried on its merry mooning… Read More »

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Coinbase and the Power of Bitcoin Exchanges

By | October 5, 2017

Coinbase and the Power of Bitcoin Exchanges Many fondly remember their first Bitcoin transaction. It likely took place on Coinbase, one of the first exchanges to serve the Western marketplace. Bitcoin became tradeable on Coinbase when the price of a coin was in the single digits and daily volume couldn’t match the population of a small country town.… Read More »

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Will Bitcoin Gold Return Power to Ordinary Users?

By | October 5, 2017

Will Bitcoin Gold Return Power to Ordinary Users? Before the dust has even settled on Bitcoin’s civil war, which saw an acrimonious disagreement about how Bitcoin should handle its scaling debate, the major digital currency could be splitting again. Bitcoin Cash was threatened, laughed off, created, boomed, and them fizzled out as Bitcoin carried on its merry mooning… Read More »

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Gypsies Peddling Fake Physical Bitcoins, Taking Advantage of Unsophisticated Buyers

By | October 5, 2017

Gypsies Peddling Fake Physical Bitcoins, Taking Advantage of Unsophisticated Buyers Bitcoin’s growth has not only been noted by those online, Roma Gypsies in the Russian town of Obninsk have also used the digital currency’s popularity to make a few quick rubles in a scam of their own. The Gypsies have been peddling novelty physical Bitcoins outside a local… Read More »

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Monetary Authority Of Singapore Embarks On Phase 2 Of Project Ubin

By | October 5, 2017

Monetary Authority Of Singapore Embarks On Phase 2 Of Project Ubin News business and finance The Monetary Authority of Singapore continues development on a blockchain-based approach to inter-bank transfers. On October 5, 2017, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in concert with The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) revealed the development of a trio of software prototypes… Read More »

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GAW Miners CEO Held Liable for $9.8 Million Judgment in SEC Case

By | October 5, 2017

GAW Miners CEO Held Liable for $9.8 Million Judgment in SEC Case A US federal judge has signed off on a final judgment against Homero Josh Garza, the CEO of the now-defunct cryptocurrency mining firm GAW Miners. The judgment, entered on October 4, comes less than two years after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) first filed suit… Read More »

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Former Bundesbank Chief Bitcoin Doesn't Meet Full Definition of a Currency

By | October 5, 2017

Former Bundesbank Chief Bitcoin Doesn't Meet Full Definition of a Currency The chairman of Swiss banking giant UBS doesn’t believe that bitcoin meets the full definition of a currency, according to new statements. Axel Weber, who previously served as head of the Bundesbank, Germany’s central bank, made the remarks during an event in Zürich earlier today, according to Reuters.… Read More »

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OneCoin Promoter Targeted By Finnish Police in Ongoing Investigation

By | October 5, 2017

OneCoin Promoter Targeted By Finnish Police in Ongoing Investigation A police investigation in Finland into the OneCoin cryptocurrency investment scheme is accelerating. The Finnish Broadcasting Company reports that, according to law enforcement officials in the city of Österbotten, an as-yet-unnamed OneCoin promoter is now the subject of an “economic crime case.” “The…damage is over half a million euros,” said Antti Perälä,… Read More »

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