Crypto exchange startup Quione has launched a trading platform called Liquid that it says will bring much needed liquidity to the crypto markets.
Archives for September 7, 2018
Zug’s Crypto Valley Association (CVA) will add two women to its board of directors in a move designed to boost the presence of women in the male-dominated cryptocurrency industry. “We want to create a space that works for everyone rather than just carry on with the same old boys’ club and their cronies,” CVA rep
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Three months after Bitcoin Gold fell prey to a high-profile 51 percent attack, one of the cryptocurrency exchanges affected by that exploit is threatening to delist BTG unless the coin’s developers help cover its losses. Last week, the Bitcoin Gold organization announced on its official website that Bittrex, a top-30 cryptocurrency exchange by volume and
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Bitcoin price on Friday made no significant corrections from its intraday low near $6,302. The BTC/USD over the course of past 24 hours has done a raise-and-erase act, signaling a sideways sentiment. At the beginning of the Asian session, the pair had noted a weak bull correction attempt, so that it established an intraday high
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Creating a new account on EOS is now easier after 15 block producers approved a protocol change making it cheaper and providing free RAM.
“Fake news” — that’s how Goldman Sachs CFO Martin Chavez characterized a report that the investment banking giant was shelving its much-hyped plans to build a bitcoin trading desk. Speaking this week at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Chavez sought to put to rest speculation that Goldman, the fifth-largest bank in the U.S., was quietly
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Opera now allows users to send crypto collectibles, such as CryptoKitties, directly from its beta-stage in-browser crypto wallet.
Industry startup Crypto.com, formerly ‘Monaco’ before a rebrand, has revealed its plan to issue 100,000 Visa-powered cryptocurrency debit cards in Hong Kong and Singapore. The Hong Kong startup confirmed that it would pit its debit cards against the insecure revolving credit practiced by mainstream credit card issuers, as reported by the South China Morning Post.
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At an event in New York on Thursday, crypto enthusiasts broadly agreed that the ICO, as it was during the hype cycle of 2017, is no more.
Blockchain-enabled independent power producers in Thailand pose such a threat to the state-run power generator and distributor that they will be required to pay extra in order to cushion the state utility from the disruption. According to Viraphol Jirapraditkul, a member of Thailand’s Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), new regulations are currently being drafted which will
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