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Two major executives of Komid, a cryptocurrency exchange platform based in South Korea, have been sentenced to prison, according to a report by local Korean news outlet Blockinpress. The two individuals were convicted of falsifying trading volumes on the exchange. Choi Hyunsuk, CEO of Komid, is one of the indicted individuals. He was given a
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By CCN.com: In 2018, with the exception of Bitcoin and several other crypto assets, the majority of cryptocurrencies fell by more than 90 percent against the U.S. dollar. Executives in the crypto space, especially those leading new initiatives and businesses in the emerging industry, believe that the bear market has presented companies with positive opportunities
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Two executives of a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange have reportedly been sentenced to jail for inflating trading volumes on their exchange. The pair allegedly used a bot to fake large orders in both cryptocurrencies and Korean won.
Two executives of South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Komid were sentenced to jail on Thursday “for their roles in orchestrating fraudulent trading volume reports on their platform,” The News Asia reported.
South Korea’s top financial regulator has formally filed fraud charges against executives of one of the Asian country’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges. Three senior executives of Upbit including the founder Song Chi-Hyung were charged with making fraudulent transactions between September and December last year by prosecutors in Seoul, according to nocutnews. Specifically, the senior Upbit executives
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Former UBS executives raised $ 104 million to operate Seba, a strictly regulated crypto bank, with a banking license from Finma, the Swiss financial regulator. The infrastructure of the cryptocurrency exchange market is improving rapidly with Bakkt, Coinbase, and major US-based banks like Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, and Goldman Sachs that have recently released their plans to
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Several early executives of Block.one, the startup behind the EOS blockchain ecosystem, have reportedly left the company just months after it closed more than $ 4 billion in total funding. These executives include David Moss, Thomas Cox, Brian Abramson and Corey J. Lederer, who were the second, third, fourth and fifth employees, respectively. After joining a year ago, the four left in […]
A number of surveys have implied blockchain technology is becoming more and more popular within the eyes of global corporate executives. Recent data reveals how issues concerning trust might restrict adoption.
As the blockchain industry continues to expand, more and more companies and top executives are coming around to its merits.
Bitcoinist recently reported that 70% of executives who participated in Deloitte’s 2018 Blockchain Survey categorized themselves as “excellent,” or as “experts,” on the topic of blockchain technology.
The survey consisted of 1,053 senior executives in nations like Canada, China, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States. All respondents were working at companies with $ 500+ million in yearly revenue.
Blockchain technology has increased in popularity during the last 18 months, mainly due to the unparalleled cryptocurrency rally at the end of 2017. A new study casts light on how industry executives see themselves in relation to experts amid this emerging tech.
“Excellent” to “Expert”
According to Deloitte’s 2018 Blockchain Survey, over 70 percent of the executives who took part see themselves as either “Excellent,” or as “Experts,” when it comes to blockchain.
The survey was held amid 1,053 senior executives in seven different countries – Canada, China, Germany, France, Mexico, United Kingdom, and the United States. All of the responders worked at companies generating $ 500 million or more in annual revenue.