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South Korea Moves to Regulate Domestic Bitcoin Trading, Exchanges

Since late November 2017, South Korea has looked to regulate cryptocurrency trading in domestic exchanges, including Bithumb, Coinone and Korbit, The Korea Herald reports. Now, trying to tame the wave of wild cryptocurrency speculation in the country, South Korea is imposing trade bans for minors and looking for ways to impose taxes on investment returns.South Korea is the world’s third lar

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Japan's GMO Internet Group Will Pay Thousands of Workers in Bitcoin

Blockchain development companies and the cryptocurrency press have been paying their workers in cryptocurrencies for years, but one realizes that the times are truly changing when mainstream companies start paying their workers in bitcoin.GMO Internet Group, a Japanese provider of a full spectrum of internet services for both the consumer and enterprise markets, is introducing a system for employe

Tax Investigators Raid Bitcoin Exchanges Across India

Regulation Investigators from the income tax department of India have conducted onsite searches at the offices of the country’s top nine bitcoin exchanges early on Wednesday morning.Also Read: Chinese Whale Buys Fleet of F1 Cars Worth £4 Million with LitecoinGovernment officials told the Indian news agency PTI that multiple teams of detectives fro

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Why Are Bitcoin Futures Trading for Higher Prices than Bitcoin Itself?

In an efficient market, prices in the futures and spot markets tend to converge. Bitcoin futures, however, are trading at a more than 10% premium compared to prices in the spot market.Arbitrage opportunitiesIn an efficient market, arbitrageurs spot price differences and make contra-trades in both markets, netting a profit without taking any risk. In this case, arbitrage traders can sell Bitcoin fu

200,000 Unconfirmed Transactions Pile Up in Another Crazy Day for Bitcoin

Markets and Prices Exchanges overloaded. DDoS attacks. Huge price spikes, flash crashes, and order cancellations. Over 200k transactions queued, some for more than 24 hours, in the mempool – despite paying high fees. Just another crazy day in bitcoin, a land where every day seems to be wilder than the last, including higher highs, bigger swings, an

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RBI Reiterates Warning Against Virtual Currencies for Third Time

While India has not officially adopted a stance for or against virtual currencies, the Government and the Reserve Bank of India have periodically warned against the risks associated with them. The RBI has now reiterated its warning against virtual currencies.Reiteration of Risks InvolvedIn a press release, the Reserve Bank of India has stated:In the wake of significant spurt in the valuation of ma

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New App to Signal Start of Bitcoin Crash

Bitcoin’s meteoric rise in value has been nothing less than spectacular, but it has also been volatile, which has had less-seasoned investor nervous, to say the least.Like any stock or market, rising prices are celebrated, but a bull run is two-sided.On the one hand, a massive rise in value makes some people incredibly rich. On the other hand, it could lead to massive correction where a lar

PBoC Governor Believes Bitcoin Will Die, But Chinese Market Disagrees

Pan Gongsheng, a deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China, told Sina in an interview that he believes Bitcoin will decline in the long-term.“As Keynes has taught us, ‘the market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.’ There is only one thing left to do: Sit by the river bank and see Bitcoin’s body pass by one day.”He further emphasized that the PBoC and local Ch

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South Korea Is Investigating Methods to Tax Bitcoin Users

Kim Dong-yeon, South Korea’s deputy prime minister and the minister of strategy and finance, revealed earlier this week that the government is investigating various methods to better regulate the local Bitcoin market and tax Bitcoin users accordingly.While the South Korean government and its local financial authorities are actively discussing the possibility of enforcing a policy on Bitcoin taxa

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Bitcoin Not Yet Legal Currency Says Indian Finance Minister

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has claimed that the government of India is yet to recognize Bitcoin as a legal tender in the country as of late November 2017. He did point out that the recommendations regarding the possible legalization of Bitcoin and other virtual currencies across India are being worked at by the government.In an interview with the Economic Times, Jaitley said that he has

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