South Korea’s top cryptocurrency exchanges, even as competitors, have launched a joint initiative to strengthen their anti-money laundering efforts. According to a joint press release, Bithumb, Upbit, Corbit, and Coinone announced that they have established a joint anti-money laundering initiative. The plan includes a hotline between the four entities that share real-time information on suspected/proven trading activities. They include cases related to unregistered security offerings, exploitative lending, and voice phishing. The exchanges will also set up a shared database of suspicious crypto wallet addresses. It would assist the companies to detect the distribution of larger-quantity amounts from multiple trading platforms to
In this op-ed, Micah Winkelspecht explains why he believes that 2019 will see the return of bitcoin dominance after 2018’s reality checks.
If you have a few bags of small-cap altcoins, then you’ve probably found yourself on Cryptopia at one time or another. Based out of New Zealand, Cryptopia has been around for a number of years, providing investors with a direct line to mainstream altcoins, shitcoins and newly launched ICOs. However, despite the appeal of listing […]
BrewDog, a leading brewery company in the UK, recently launched its tenth London bar at Canary Wharf, a commercial estate on the Isle of Dogs. BrewDog Canary Wharf is no ordinary bar, as it features a very forward-thinking cashless payments system that notably accepts two major cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). The bar even […]
TRON and the TRON Foundation have made very exciting progress through the start of October and continue to impress the crypto community. Granted, the value of TRX is still stagnant, however this doesn’t have any reflection on the progress of the TRON Foundation. Just because TRX is down low, it doesn’t mean the TRON team aren’t working hard in the background. TRX is down as a result of the bear market and the organic nature of this regressive market. When the markets turn round, we can hope that TRX will be one of the first cryptos to fly high. As it stands though, we can’t even begin to guess when this may happen.
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Bitcoin wallets come in different shapes, sizes, and with very unique flavors. Samourai Wallet has been a very interesting creation in this regard, primarily because it does things very different from traditional offerings. The following five aspects make this wallet unique and well worth checking out for those looking for such specific features.
#5 Removing USD Balances
One of the more interesting aspects of Samourai Wallet is how the wallet no longer provides fiat balances for Bitcoin users. Instead, the firm is confident users need to look at BTC as a native currency, rather than sticking to the use of Dollars, Euros, et cetera. Although it is rather unlikely anyone will begin using Bitcoin as their native currency because of this decision, it still shows the cryptocurrency industry may require a different mindset altogether.
The real estate market of Hong Kong is said to be one of the most expensive in the world, alongside New York, London, and Sydney. Yet, crypto startups are moving into the most valuable skyscrapers in the city. On August 22, CCN reported that BitMEX, a popular cryptocurrency exchange that facilitates Bitcoin and Ethereum margin
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On March 23-25 in Tokyo Japan, the Satoshi’s Vision Conference took place with a view to promoting the worldwide adoption of bitcoin cash (BCH). The conference was the largest cryptocurrency-infused event to date and hundreds of people visited Tokyo to discuss BCH and on-chain scaling.