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Polish Ministries Of Foreign Affairs And Finance Refute Interest In Venezuela’s Petro

Poland’s Ministries of Finance and Foreign Affairs refuted rumors of Polish interest in trading with Venezuela in the country’s newly-launched Petro coin, Polish news outlet Gazeta.pl reports Friday, Feb. 23.Venezuelan government-sponsored news outlet TeleSur reported in early February that the new cryptocurrency had found foreign investors, including Poland, who were interested in receiving P

Maduro Asks Venezuela’s Banks to Mine and Use Cryptocurrency – Unions Outraged

Featured Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro has authorized all savings banks in the country to mine and use the recently launched national cryptocurrency, the petro. Union leaders are outraged by the suggestion, calling the petro a scam, accusing Maduro of abusing his power, and declaring the idea unconstitutional.Also read: Indians Look to

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Turkey Considers National Crytpocurrency in the wake of El Petro

Statements from both Iran and Turkey suggest that the two countries are about to launch a national cryptocurrency, stressing the need for strong regulation.Following in the Wake of El PetroAs Venezuela’s El Petro raised over $700 million dollars in its first round of private funding, President Modoru took the podium the next day to announce the countries follow up, Petro Gold.Instead o

Centralized Cryptoruble Not Possible, Minister Tells Putin

Blockchain The Russian Ministry of Finance is not against a national cryptocurrency, provided the state does not participate in it. The creation of a centralized coin, like the cryptoruble, seems impossible, as cryptocurrencies are based on decentralized ledgers, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told President Putin, according to Russian media.  

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Friend or Foe: Inside Poland’s Strange War on Cryptocurrencies

On the list of anti-cryptocurrency countries, Poland has never really stuck out. In fact, there has been enough evidence to suggest that the Eastern European country was moving towards embracing Bitcoin and Blockchain technology.However, a recently uncovered smear campaign by the NBP (National Polish Bank, or Central Bank) has thrown that all out of alignment. The NBP has admitted to paying a numb

Hello Group Develops Exchange Platform Offering Bitcoin Cash Trading Pairs

Finance Bitcoin cash (BCH) continues to establish itself as a versatile cryptocurrency, pulled by market forces to fill various niches. It is already supported by many wallets and ATMs, and now Hello Group plans to use BCH as the base currency on its latest exchange platform offering.Also Read: American ATM Network Athena Bitcoin Adds Bitcoin Cash Su

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South Korea Mulls New Crypto Licenses for Exchanges

South Korea is examining a licensing system to regulate the country’s cryptocurrency exchanges in a major turn around from its previous harsh stance.A turn around from hardline approachAfter announcing less than a month ago that some or all cryptocurrency exchanges may be shut down in the aftermath of the Bitcoin market correction South Korea looks as if it may soften their stance.According

Roboforex Adds Bitcoin Cash and Three Other Cryptocurrency CFDs for Trading

Finance Another major international leveraged trading brokerage has launched a contract-for-difference (CFD) for Bitcoin Cash paired against the US dollar. This means that Roboforex clients gain today the ability to trade the instrument on the most popular platform in the retail forex market, MT4.Also Read: China to Block Access to International Cryp

Russia’s Longest-Serving Finance Minister Backs Crypto “Self-Regulation”

Economy & Regulation Former Russian Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin favors “self-regulation” in the cryptocurrency sector. He believes it will be more effective, at this early stage, than any imposed regulations. Others have expressed similar views about the currently proposed regime. Kudrin shared his opinion on social media, commenting on th

Cryptoruble Delayed – Russian Central Bank Worried It Could Bypass Regulations

Featured Russia’s national cryptocurrency, the cryptoruble, is unlikely to be created in the foreseeable future, according to the Bank of Russia. The central bank believes that it could be used to bypass regulations. Meanwhile, the finance ministry wants to use the cryptoruble for cross-border payments.Also read: South Korean Officials Caught

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