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South Korean Banks Drop Crypto Accounts as Government Plans a Ban

News South Korean regulators have announced a plan to ban banks from activities involving cryptocurrencies, prompting major banks in the country to declare they will no longer issue accounts required for crypto trading. South Korea’s top bitcoin exchanges are all effected, including Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit. Banks that have made announcements i

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Digital Currencies vs. Cryptocurrencies, Explained

What are digital currencies?Digital currencies are money used on the Internet.Digital money exists only in the digital form. It doesn’t have any physical equivalent in the real world. Nevertheless, it has all the characteristics of traditional money. Just as classic fiat money, you can obtain, transfer or exchange it for another currency. You can use it to pay for the goods and services, such as

How a Brand New Technology is Going to Change the World of Banking

In first world countries, it is natural to assume everyone has a bank account. The banks are omnipresent and can be found nearly everywhere there are consumers. Because of this, we don’t really take the time to think about what a potential substitute for the banking system would be if they weren’t present in a certain space.So what’s the most likely alternative to going to a bank or ATM to d

How BitherCash Coin Is Revolutionizing P2P Cryptocurrency Transfers

Cryptocurrencies are slowly changing the world. Already, they have had a great impact on the financial sector. Due to the relative success of many established cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and Tether, more people are aware of cryptocurrencies and the benefits they offer. The community needs to capitalize on this enthusiasm to make cryptocurrencies more mainstream.  This ca

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Reserve Bank of Australia Will not Issue its own Digital Currency

Cryptocurrency markets are still a problem for most regulators and governments. It is evident this new form of money becomes a very real threat to any financial institution on the market. Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe is concerned over this speculative mania surrounding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Such comments often fall on deaf ears, though, as everyone wants to strike i

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Ripple Wakes Up After Long Slumber

There is always something going on in the crypto-land. The weekend saw the big bull and bear action on Bitcoin and the start of the week witnessed Ethereum and Litecoin breaking new tops. LTC continued to surge yesterday reaching an all-time high of $340 according to Coinmarketcap.com. A market correction saw prices return to just below $300 where it currently trades.Ethereum has also enjoyed a bu

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The Cryptocurrency Market Cap Surpasses Half a Trillion Dollars

The combined market valuation of every cryptocurrency in the market has recently surpassed $500 billion or half a trillion dollars, because of the strong performance of bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.The combined crypto asset market cap has breached $500 Billion pic.twitter.com/v23p2uF86S— Jameson Lopp (@lopp) December 12, 2017Since earlier this week, the price of leading cryptocurrencies inclu

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IcyWallet Offers a Cold Storage Bitcoin Wallet for the Visually Impaired

Safely storing cryptocurrency can be confusing, especially for newcomers to the space, but for people with visual impairments, finding an accessible option is especially challenging.IcyWallet is a cold wallet with a difference: it is designed to make it as simple as possible for people with visual impairments to manage offline bitcoin storage. The project got its start when Adam Newbold and his wi

Introducing DenCity: World’s First Blockchain Enabled City

On October 31, 2008, a mysterious person named Satoshi Nakamoto published his famous whitepaper introducing world to a Peer to Peer mode of payments he called bitcoin. This P2P currency was based on a technology named Blockchain, a distributed ledger in which transactions are recorded publicly and chronologically. Then, in 2013, a 19 year old from Canada, Vitalik Buterin, came up with the concept

Americans Are Taking Out Mortgages to Buy Bitcoin

Economics People are taking out mortgages to buy bitcoin, says securities regulator Joseph Borg. Coupled with accounts of credit cards and equity loans being used to obtain bitcoin, it raises the possibility of risk-taking investors being left deeply indebted or potentially even homeless.Also read: Bitcoin Is a New Haven From Hyperinflation for

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