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Failed Bitcoin ETF Drives Cryptocurrencies Lower

Failed Bitcoin ETF Drives Cryptocurrencies Lower

Following a promising bull run that developed for almost a month, cryptocurrencies had been under pressure again following news that the SEC had rejected a new Bitcoin ETF request. We have talked about Bitcoin ETFs in a previous article and it seemed like the prospects of a new Bitcoin-related contract

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Could the BOE become blockchain-friendly?

Could the BOE become blockchain-friendly?

    The Bank of England had been reportedly wanting to update its payment system in order to support the blockchain technology, according to an article published on Reuters on Monday, this week. It is not the first time the BOE approached this subject, as we have written in a

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News from South Korea Boost Digital Assets

News from South Korea Boost Digital Assets

Fresh and positive news are coming from South Korea, supporting the price of cryptocurrencies. One of the biggest markets for cryptocurrencies, with several exchange platforms among the biggest in the world, South Korea had been at the center of attention since the beginning of 2018. Some of the reasons had

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New Indian Cryptocurrency Fund in the US

New Indian Cryptocurrency Fund in the US

  Despite the low valuations we see in the cryptocurrency market, it seems like investors are not scared by the selloff, instead, some of them are seeing great potential. It is the case for a group of investors who had decided to open a cryptocurrency fund in the United States

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Cryptocurrencies Start to Recover

Cryptocurrencies Start to Recover

Following a bloodbath of negative performance that lasted around 6 months, the second half of 2018 had started in a strong fashion, raising hopes that cryptocurrencies might recover a good chunk of the losses until December. The year 2018 had been tumultuous in terms of cryptocurrencies, regulatory issues and scam

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Facebook Had Revised Crypto Ads Policy

Facebook Had Revised Crypto Ads Policy

Since the beginning of 2018, all the major social media platforms had embarked jointly on a path of banning cryptocurrency advertising. Facebook had implemented this restrictive policy back in January this year and Google followed very shortly, as we have written in an article at that time. Facebook makes a

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Iceland and Cryptocurrency Mining

Iceland and Cryptocurrency Mining

You would think it is unusual that a country with a population of 348,580 had managed to become one of the most important on the people in terms of cryptocurrency mining. Today we will talk about Iceland, why it had become one of the best places for mining farms and

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Ethereum Not a Security According to SEC

Ethereum Not a Security According to SEC

Thursday, May 14th, 2018 had been a day for recovery across the all cryptocurrency market. Following a few days of pressure, a short-term relief rally had been seen. One of the best performing popular cryptocurrencies had been Ether, which had been influenced by recent comments from the Securities and Exchange

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Cryptocurrencies Dip Due to Exchange Hack

Cryptocurrencies Dip Due to Exchange Hack

June 10th 2018 had been one of the toughest days for cryptocurrencies across the globe as a new strong wave of selling hit the market. Most of the coins were showing double digits losses after some bad news had come out recently, culminating with a new exchange hack that took

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Coinbase Set to Launch Japan Office

Coinbase Set to Launch Japan Office

One of the biggest exchanges platforms in the world, Coinbase has confirmed it will open an office in Japan. As we have pointed out in a previous article, Coinbase was willing to expand its activity and the new office from Japan is a move in that direction. The company already

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