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South Korea Ends Anonymous Cryptocurrency Trading, Exc… | News

As of Jan. 30, South Korean cryptocurrency traders will no longer be able to trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum anonymously. Last week, major cryptocurrency exchanges in the local market including Korbit and Bithumb announced that starting Jan. 30, anonymous traders will be prohibited from investing in the market. Beginning today, investors are required to undergo a rigorous verification process ...

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Bitcoin Price Watch; Consolidation, Breakout, Recovery

It’s Wednesday evening and we are closing in on the end of yet another rough session in the bitcoin price. We were hoping for some degree of reprieve during the session today, with price dipping to fresh weekly lows overnight last night and setting up as if we were in line for some consolidation. Unfortunately, things haven’t turned out that ...

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What Is ARK? – The Merkle

Competition in the world of all-in-one blockchain solutions has been heating up these past few months. Multiple companies and projects aim to make a meaningful impact in this area. ARK claims to have the technology in place to become one of the world’s top blockchain service providers moving forward. With a team of 17 core members, a lot of interesting things ...

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South Korea Finance Minister Confirms ‘No Ban’ On Cryp… | News

South Korea Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon has reaffirmed that the government will not ban or otherwise “suppress” cryptocurrency in the country, according to a statement reported by Reuters today, Jan. 31. In the latest update to the country’s ongoing regulatory overhaul of cryptocurrency exchange, Kim firmly distanced Seoul from previous comments about a potential outright ban, which had caused public ...

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National Media Campaign in Hong Kong Warns Against Cryptocurrency Investments

Financial authorities are not the biggest proponents of cryptocurrencies. Nor do they like initial coin offerings all that much either. Warnings have been issued in many different formats over the past years regarding these investments. In Hong Kong, the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau will take things one step further. A dedicated TV ad campaign will warn against investing ...

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Bitcoin Futures Prompt CFTC to ‘Reconsider’ Relaxed Approach to Derivatives Markets

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. The launch of Bitcoin futures contracts is prompting US regulators to reconsider their hands-off approach to new derivatives products. On Wednesday, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) — the top US derivatives regulator — will hold a public meeting to discuss the self-certification process by which exchanges ...

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Blockchain Startup to Bring a Casino Platform You Don’… | News

Gambling has been part of human history since the very beginning and its reputation never really has improved over time. The arrival of Blockchain technology might truly make a difference. SP8DE, a new Blockchain-based gaming project, aims to bring a platform capable of supplying unbiased public randomness for developing and running casino apps. No more trust issues SP8DE is built ...

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Deutsche Bank’s Wealth Management Arm Advises Against Buying Bitcoin – The Merkle

Cryptocurrency users have no love lost for financial institutions. This is especially true when it comes to Deutsche Bank, which is considered by many to be “too big to fail”. It now seems the bank’s Wealth Management arm is advising users not to invest in any cryptocurrency, especially not in Bitcoin. There are a lot of issues associated with these markets, ...

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The Moonlite Project – Smart Cryptocurrency Mining

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