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US Fed Chair Speaks Out On Bitcoin and National Crypto

The outgoing US Federal Reserve (the Fed) chair, Janet Yellen, commented on Bitcoin and the Fed’s relationship to the digital currency at a press conference in Washington on Wednesday.During the meeting, Yellen addressed three areas relating to cryptocurrency -- speculation, regulation and government-issued digital currencies. On the nature of Bitcoin, she commented that though the cryptocu

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South Korea is Going Crazy Over Bitcoin: Real Mainstream Obsession

Teenagers to middle-aged investors in South Korea are engaging in cryptocurrency trading, investing in bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and a wide array of cryptocurrencies and assets.Government Steps In To Regulate BitcoinIn the beginning of 2017, the South Korean government, local financial authorities, and the ministry of strategy and finance remained neutral to bitcoin and declined to regulate

South Korea Imposes Six Conditions for Crypto Exchanges to Operate

Economy & Regulation The government of South Korea is preparing a bill which attempts to prohibit all transactions involving cryptocurrencies including bitcoin unless they take place through exchanges that meet six conditions.Also read: South Korea Clarifies Position After Reports of Possible Ban on All Crypto TransactionsThe Proposed BillTh

Blockchain: A KYC-AML use case

Dec. 11, 2017by Chrysostomos Filippou, Business Development Manager, Moebius Ltd.The innovation of blockchain technology is credited to a person or a group of people under the name Satoshi Nakamoto. Although this name is connected to the creation of blockchain, an undeniably ingenious invention, not much is known about Nakamoto's real identity.Blockchain became popular as the engine driving b

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CryptoKitties Sales Hit $12 Million, Could be Ethereum’s Killer App After All

CryptoKitties, the Ethereum-based digital kitten collectibles game, has processed more than $12 million in sales on its decentralized marketplace.Essentially, CryptoKitties is a Tamagotchi-like game developed as a decentralized application (dapp) launched on top of the Ethereum protocol. Each digital kitten represents a unique crypto asset and the ownership of it cannot be altered, as it is integr

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Governments Using Crypto as a Reason to Spy on Us

Since its inception in 2009, Bitcoin pioneered the way for cryptocurrencies and has boomed into mainstream consciousness in 2017. Blockchain technology promises liberation from centralized banking, but its anonymous nature also puts it in the sights of government and security agencies.A prime example is the now defunct Silk Road, which was an online marketplace that allowed users to buy and sell e

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Australian Exchanges Now Required to Register with AML Regulatory Body

The Australian government has implemented a law mandating Bitcoin exchanges operating in the country to register with the anti-money laundering agency Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC).The move is aimed at imposing restrictions on digital currencies, particularly Bitcoin, due to their continuous growth and adoption in the mainstream financial sector.The bill was first fi

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SophiaTX Token Generation Event Begins Today (Dec. 7th)

SophiaTX Token Generation Event (TGE) starts today, December 7th, at 2pm UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). Previously postponed due to the Ethereum network being clogged with digital kittens (that’s a whole other story in itself), SophiaTX’s TGE will happen today regardless of any Ethereum feline intruders.The SophiaTX project is premised on an in-depth analysis of the technological capabiliti

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UK Treasury Plans to Regulate Cryptocurrency Exchanges

It comes as no surprise that governments don’t like Bitcoin and banks and financial institutions like it even less. They cannot control it, track it, profit from it, or tax it. To justify their fears and loathing politicians and bankers will use phrases like ‘fraudulent’, ‘criminal’, and ‘bubble’ to deter the public from gaining an interest in cryptocurrencies.  This week the UK

UK Ministry of Treasury Plans to Regulate Bitcoin

News Regional reporting insists Her Majesty’s Treasury (Treasury) of the United Kingdom (UK) is “launching a crackdown on the virtual currency Bitcoin amid growing concern it is being used to launder money and dodge tax.” Bitcoin enthusiasts, however, understand that the world’s most popular cryptocurrency’s continual all-time-hig

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