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Japan: Zaif Exchange Reports ‘Glitch’, $20 Trillion in BTC Temporarily ‘Purchased’ For 0 Yen

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif has admitted a “system glitch” allowed customers to temporarily ‘buy’ trillions of dollars worth of Bitcoin for free last week, local online journal The Asahi Shimbun reported Wednesday, Jan. 21.Zaif informed users about the glitch in a post on their site Tuesday, Jan. 20, explaining that for 18 minutes on Feb. 16 users accidentally found themselves ab

Venezuela Says Pre-Sale of Oil-Backed Petro Cryptocurrency Has Raised $735 Million

Featured Venezuela has announced that the pre-sale of its oil-backed cryptocurrency, the petro, has attracted $735 million on the first day. The government has also published a buyer’s manual and confirmed that buyers can use “hard currencies and cryptocurrencies, but not bolivars.”Also read: Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as Re

Illicit Uses of Cryptocurrency Gaining Attention Around the World: Expert Take

In our Expert Takes, opinion leaders from inside and outside the crypto industry express their views, share their experience and give professional advice. Expert Takes cover everything from Blockchain technology and ICO funding to taxation, regulation, and cryptocurrency adoption by different sectors of the economy.If you would like to contribute an Expert Take, please email your ideas and CV to&n

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Keep a close eye on the low bitcoin price at Coincheck exchange

Coincheck resumed withdrawals of Japanese yen on February 13, but withdrawals of virtual currencies such as bitcoin remain restricted and a resumption date is still undecided, the exchangesaid at a news conference on February 13.It can be assumed there is a large number of people seeking to sell the virtual currency they have deposited with Coincheck based on the assumption that there were many be

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BitGrail Vs. Nano: Who Is Responsible For the $150 Million Theft?

On February 8 2018, 15 million Raiblocks, the former native currency of the Nano network,  were stolen from Italian cryptocurrency exchange BitGrail.  In order to provide insights into alleged security breach and the theft of more than $150 million USD worth of XRB, Cointelegraph conducted an exclusive interview with Francesco Firano, the founder and operator of BitGrail.This time,

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Shark Tank’s Herjavec Thinks Bitcoin And Blockchain Are ‘Here To Stay’

According to Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, Bitcoin is “here to stay” in the long term, cryptocurrency will definitely be regulated, and investors should both get in and get out now, according to an interview with financial news outlet TheStreet.While Herjavec says that he himself is not an investor in crypto, he predicts that Bitcoin’s price will continue to rise in the short term, even ab

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Decentralized Exchanges Stake Their Claim in the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem

The cryptocurrency ecosystem has continued to take some major hits lately, causing many investors and holders to rethink the way they trade their crypto assets. Severalhigh profile cryptocurrency hacks have made the news in the past few years. In one of the most recent hacks, the Japanese cryptocurrency exchange,Coincheck lost more than $500 million dollars worth of digital coins, adding to a grow

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Japanese Crypto Associations Merge for Self-Regulation

The crypto industry in Japan is still reeling from the half million dollar Coincheck heist last month. The fallout from one of the largest digital currency hacks in history was wide reaching. Further calls for safeguards and regulation have been made in what is currently the world’s most crypto friendly nation. Rather than a heavy handed approach from the government, two of Japan’s leading cry

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Coincheck Delivers Report to Japan’s FSA

All eyes are on Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck in the aftermath of what has become the biggest hack in virtual currency history - eclipsing the Mt. Gox hack of 2014.According to Reuters, Coincheck delivered its report to Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) on Tuesday, Feb. 13 on the hack in January which saw more than $500 mln worth of NEM coins stolen from the exchange.On Jan. 2

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Japan Remains Optimistic About Cryptocurrencies Despite Coincheck Heist and Recent Price Woes

This past Friday, financial regulators in Japan began on-site inspections of 16 digital currency exchanges — two weeks after hackers stole $530 million in NEM tokens from Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, the largest virtual coin heist in history.Despite this heist — and concerns over lax security at other exchanges — regulators, investors, and enthusiasts in the count

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