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Self-Replenishing Blockchain is Finding Implementation Everywhere

In its early days, discussions around the Blockchain industry bordered mainly around Bitcoin and financial technology (fintech). The debate on Bitcoin as a currency or commodity lingered for some period of time, as did the question of whether Blockchain can become successfully implemented within the fintech ecosystem.It’s now a few years down the road, and the explosive development of the Blockc


Chaos, Hackers Still Rife in Wild West of Exchanges

Cryptocurrencies came with the promise of rock solid cryptography that would make them safe and secure; the immutable ledger of the Blockchain is unhackable, and there is no central authority to be compromised.However, there are still many perils that have been dogging cryptocurrencies, especially on the exchange front where chaos reigns and hackers abound.While there have been no cases of any cry

Japan’s Finance Industry Embraces Bitcoin Mining

Mining Japan’s major players in the financial industry are eyeing bitcoin mining with a goal of generating new revenue. They also hope to help set the ground rules for using bitcoin. In early September Japan’s GMO and DMM.com said they were moving into the mining space. Both companies have started crypto and bitcoin exchanges. Also read:&nbs

Greek Court Supports Extradition of Former BTC-E Operator Alexander Vinnik

News A Greek court has ruled in favor of extraditing the alleged former operator of BTC-e, Alexander Vinnik, to the United States. Vinnik was arrested by authorities late July 2017, and stands accused of masterminding a $4 billion money-laundering ring through the cryptocurrency exchange BTC-e.Also Read: BTC-E Rebrands to Wex Exchange — Claims


Aleksandr Vinnik to Be Extradited over Cyber-Crimes

Earlier today, a court in Thessaloniki, Greece, approved an extradition request against Aleksandr Vinnik made by the US. The 38-year-old Russian stands accused of using the BTC-e exchange platform to launder money, as well as operating it without a license.Immediately following the ruling, the defence team filed an appeal. Vinnik’s attorney explained to RT reporters:Firstly, no evidence has been


CEX.IO has launched the trading of Dash: Why is it called a Digital Cash?

The 1st Annual Dash Conference took place in London on September 24th. The Dash Core team has offered some clarity onto the governance of Dash, on how instant transactions work, what Dash Evolution is and a lot more. Following that, CEX.IO’s UK Executive Director Vitaliy Kedyk took the stage and announced the launch of Dash trading on CEX.IO. The conference was very informative, but whereas it w


Op Ed: Where Pseudonymous Cryptocurrency Transactions Meet AML Reporting Requirements

Two months ago, the U.S. Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”), working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California (“USAO”), assessed a civil money penalty of over $110 million against BTC-e (aka Canton Business Corporation) for willfully violating U.S. anti-money laundering (AML) laws. Alexander Vinnik, a Russian national who was one o


BTC-e Fallguy Denies Wrongdoing as Trial Starts in Greece

Alexander Vinnik began his trial in a Greek court last Friday, still denying he played any part in the charge of allegedly laundering $4 bln. Russia seeks to extradite the mysterious employee of the former Russian exchange BTC-e.The collapse of BTC-e and capture of VinnikIn July, Vinnik was arrested in Greece while on holiday, at about the same time that BTC-e stated it was closed for “unschedul


What Will Happen When Major Chinese Bitcoin Exchanges Close Down by End of October?

OKCoin and Huobi, the two largest Bitcoin exchanges and trading platforms in the Chinese cryptocurrency market, were given leeway by the Chinese government to operate until the end of October. Upon the closure of OKCoin and Huobi later this year, the Chinese Bitcoin exchange market will officially be terminated.Duration of suspension is unclearWhether the nationwide suspension imposed on the Chine

Coincheck Becomes the First Licensed Japanese Bitcoin Exchange

Emerging Markets Just recently the Japanese exchange Coincheck announced they have become the first licensed exchange in Japan after being approved by the country’s Finance Bureau Director.Also read: After the Boss Calls Bitcoin a ‘Fraud’ — JP Morgan Buys the DipJapan’s Financial Services Agency Approves Coincheck as the Country