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US Federal Authorities Arrest Man for Selling 9.99 Bitcoin

Regulation If you are thinking about selling bitcoin for cash inside the Unites States to people you don’t know, caution is advised. A reminder to stay alert for undercover government agents who might try to entrap you has been served by a recent California case.Also Read: Cryptocurrency Regulator Found Dead at His Home in South KoreaAnother Bitcoi

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SegWit is Coming to Coinbase and Bitfinex’s Bitcoin Exchanges

Today, two of the world’s largest cryptocurrency investment platforms, Coinbase and Bitfinex, both announced that they were adopting support for Segregated Witness (SegWit) protocols for bitcoin (BTC) traded on their exchanges.In its announcement, Bitfinex stated, “The SegWit implementation means Bitfinex users can benefit from lower BTC withdrawal fees (approximately 15 percent) and improved

South Korea Supports ‘Normal’ Cryptocurrency Transactions

Regulation The director of the South Korean Financial Supervisory Service has announced that the government will support “normal” transactions of cryptocurrencies. Acknowledging that most crypto exchanges are having problems obtaining virtual accounts, he promises to encourage banks to work with them.Also read: Indians Look to Buy

Bangladesh Authorities on “Hunt” for Bitcoin Traders

Regulation Bangladesh – one of the few countries presently attempting to enforce a ban on cryptocurrency trading and use – has announced that several major state institutions will begin ramping up efforts to crack down on bitcoin adoption among Bangladeshi citizens.Also Read: Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as Regulations TightenBanglad

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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PayPal Exec Says ‘Very High Likelihood’ Bitcoin Will Become Popular Payment Method

PayPal’s chief financial officer, John Rainey, spoke positively of Bitcoin’s (BTC) use as a future popular option for payments during an interview with The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published Monday, Feb. 19.In a section of the interview entitled, “Тhe crypto factor,” Rainey said that PayPal was one of the first companies to accept Bitcoin on their Braintree platform back in 2015. However

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RMIT University Launches Australia’s First Blockchain Course

RMIT, an Australian public research university, has launched Australia’s first university Blockchain course, according to Business Insider Australia.The 8-week course, entitled “Developing Blockchain Strategy”, was designed by RMIT’s Blockchain Innovation Hub and partners with consulting firm Accenture and fintech hub Stone & Chalk. The online course description promises a practical pr

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Long Blockchain Struggling: Nasdaq Issues Delisting Notice

Long Blockchain, the company formerly known as Long Island Iced Tea, has announced a new CEO and plans to spin off its original iced tea business. But there’s a problem: According to company’s balance sheets, it has no income or assets related to blockchain or cryptocurrency.Long Blockchain has been attempting to rebrand itself — last year the company announced it was diversifying, shifting

The Otcrit Platform aims to make a better market

The crypto-market has been booming for the last year and numerous exchanges have been created following the new trend. Almost all of them, however, have one main purpose – to make as much profit as possible. Tokens are getting listed just because their creators can afford the costly procedures and fees, and users are left speculating on the prices of assets with no real adoption. This only leads

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Wyoming House Unanimously Approves Two Pro-Blockchain Bills

In a watershed moment for United States blockchain and cryptocurrency law, Wyoming’s House of Representatives unanimously voted “aye” to pass two blockchain bills – HB 70 the “utility token bill” and HB 19 the “bitcoin bill” –  sending them to the State Senate for consideration. HB 70 defines utility tokens as neither traditional money nor securities; HB 19 exempts

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