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South Korea’s Upbit to Launch Crypto Exchanges in Thailand and Indonesia

Posted by Kevin Helms on

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Upbit has reportedly started marketing new crypto exchanges in Thailand and Indonesia as part of its global expansion plans. The company recently launched an exchange in Singapore. Over 130 coins and 240 trading pairs will be offered on both of the new Upbit exchanges, according to their websites. Also read: Yahoo! Japan […]

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PR: Bithumb to Hold Special Promotion for New Registered Foreign Users

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Bithumb to Hold Special Promotion for New Registered Foreign UsersBithumb to Hold ‘Special Promotion’ for New Registered Foreign Users

Provide benefits for KRW 20 Million transactions with new registration during event period

Bithumb, a global cryptocurrency exchange will offer a new registration event to global users who newly join and start making cryptocurrency tranactions.

Bithumb is planning to hold a ‘New Registration Event’ for overseas users from October 15 to November 14, 2018 (GMT +9) Korean Standard Time. The event is for overseas users who have signed up for the Bithumb and completed transactions over KRW 20 Million (Approx. USD 17,490, Bithumb cash standard). The users who are satisfied with above conditions are expecting to receive benefits of 20,000 Bithumb cash after the event period.

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FSB: Crypto-Assets Not a Threat to Global Financial Order

Posted by Samuel Haig on

FSB: "Crypto-Assets do not Pose [...] Risk to Global Financial Stability"Cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat to global financial stability, but the diverse range of national regulatory regimes throughout the world continues to complicate efforts to establish an international legislative framework overseeing their use, the Financial Stability Board says in a new report.  Also Read: Billion-Dollar Startups Flourishing in Switzerland’s ‘Crypto Valley’ Report Advocates ‘Vigilant Monitoring’ In a […]

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The Daily: Around the World on 1 BTC and the Plausibly Deniable Brainwallet

Posted by Kai Sedgwick on

The Daily: Around the World on 1 BTC and the Plausibly Deniable BrainwalletIn today’s edition of The Daily, we’re focusing on human interest stories. Tales involving people rather than products, as a reminder of the many ways in which cryptocurrency affects people’s lives, transforming them for the better. From Australia to China, Thursday’s roundup is as borderless as bitcoin itself. Also read: Developer Paul Sztorc Launches the First […]

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Regulations Roundup: U.S. Govt. Pays $5.7 Million for Blockchain Analysis, Amit Bhardwaj’s Assets Seized

Posted by Samuel Haig on

Regulations Round-Up: U.S. Govt. Pays $5.7 Million for Blockchain Analysis, Amit Bhardwaj’s Assets SeizedIn recent regulatory news, a report published by Diar has found that U.S. government agencies have paid approximately $5.7 million USD to blockchain analysis contractors, India’s Enforcement Directorate has seized $5.9 Million worth of assets linked to the case of Amit Bhardwaj, and the Bank of International Settlements finds cryptocurrencies to “not, at this point, […]

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