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Korean Regulation Fails to Shake Bitcoin Market But Could Wipe Out Some Exchanges

Regulation After South Korea’s regulators announced their emergency measures for cryptocurrencies, the bitcoin market breathes a sigh of relief. While a blanket ban was not adopted, other smaller bans remain and a clampdown on virtual bank accounts is presenting a serious challenge to exchanges.Also read: South Korea Clarifies Position After R

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US Fed Chair Speaks Out On Bitcoin and National Crypto

The outgoing US Federal Reserve (the Fed) chair, Janet Yellen, commented on Bitcoin and the Fed’s relationship to the digital currency at a press conference in Washington on Wednesday.During the meeting, Yellen addressed three areas relating to cryptocurrency -- speculation, regulation and government-issued digital currencies. On the nature of Bitcoin, she commented that though the cryptocu

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Substratum answers censorship call

Web censorship is on the rise, according to research by Freedom on the Net, two-thirds of all internet users live in countries where criticism of the government, military, or ruling family is subject to censorship. The World Economic Forum reported that global internet freedom declined in 2016 for the sixth consecutive year, 2017 is likely to be even worse.Internet freedom in the US was

Gibraltar Paves Way for Regulation of Crypto and DLT Companies

Regulation The Legislature of Gibraltar has approved a bill designed to update the territory’s Financial Services regulations. The bill is expected to pave the way for the territory’s introduction of comprehensive legislation governing the operations of companies working in the distributed ledger and cryptocurrency industries next year.Also Read:

Price Analysis, December 14: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA, Litecoin, Dash

The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of authors/contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move is risky, you should conduct your own research when making a decision.Bitcoin futures are a reality. Will we soon see Bitcoin ETFs as well? Why not? A Bitcoin ETF will help the masses, and the institutional investors take a

How to Spend It – Cointed Provides ATM and POS Solutions to Help Consumers Spend Crypto in the Everyday World

For the spoiled ATM culture accustomed to immediate gratification, exchanging cryptocurrencies is a time-consuming headache. Before the launch of cryptocurrency ATMs, digital money users had few other options since traditional banks and exchanges do not distribute the digital currency. Yet with less than 2,000 crypto ATMs sprinkled across the globe, many cryptocurrency traders are still running ar

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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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Varad Shambhawa from Indicoin Speaks to NewsBTC About the Platform

Indicoin has been making a lot of noise in the recent days, thanks to its innovative blockchain solution. The NewsBTC team decided to catch up with the platform’s creators to get some insight into the platform.Speaking to us, Varad Shambhawa, Community Admin Indicoin had the following to say NewsBTC: What’s your story? How you came up with the idea of Indicoin?Varad: India as a country is

Despite Regulation, Russians Plan to Build Europe’s Largest Mining Farms

Featured Undeterred by upcoming federal restrictions on Bitcoin, regional authorities in Moscow have announced intentions to attract European mining companies and investors. Cheap electricity and developed infrastructure will provide the incentives and more than 150 mining farms in the metro area are taking advantage of them already. A Russian compan

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Corporate Shareholders in Russia to Vote Via Blockchain

According to local sources, Russia has become one of the first countries to develop an online system for corporate E-voting based on Distributed Ledger (Blockchain) Technology. The system is designed by DataArt and The National Settlement Depository (NSD), a member of the Moscow Exchange Group.The technology will allow shareholders of publicly traded companies to vote on corporate matters ent

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