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Reported Crypto Laundering Cases in Japan Reach 6,000, Eight Times Higher Than 2017

The National Police Agency (NPA) of Japan has estimated that there were around 6,000 cases of suspected money laundering relating to crypto in the nation in the first three quarters of 2018. This figure is more than eight times that of the final nine months of the previous year. Japan’s Crypto Exchange Required to Report Money Laundering Suspicions to Authorities ...

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It’s Rough Times for Miners amid Bitcoin Price Crash

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The relentless tornado that’s ravaging the crypto world is leaving no prisoners in its wake. The plummeting price of all major coins means that mining cryptocurrencies is currently no longer profitable for many miners–both individuals and companies. Everyone’s been following the horror show of the past week or so as the bitcoin cash drama unfolded and the ...

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Institutional Money into Crypto amid Bearish Times is Bullish

An oversold market makes the best time to enter. And experts believe it is happening with crypto industry as it retains a yearly bearish bias. The significant dip seen in 2018, followed by consecutive strong rebounds from a specific bottom area has upped medium-term bullish sentiments in the crypto market. Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency with the highest dominance, for instance, has reversed its ...

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Bitcoin is 300 Times Cheaper Than Wire Transfers, Banks Take 83% Profit

Since 2017, so-called “experts” in the finance sector have criticized Bitcoin for being too expensive. Yet, banks are pocketing 83 percent profit on every wire transfer. According to Bank of America’s official data, the $302 billion bank charges $30 for outbound domestic wire transfer and $35 for outbound international wire sent in foreign currency. But, Fedwire, the official real-time gross ...

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First Instance of Blockchain Discovered in New York Times Circa 1995

Mysterious Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto is also credited with creating the distributed ledger technology known as blockchain that underpins Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies on the market. However, the first instance of blockchain has been discovered in the pages of the New York Times, predating Nakamoto’s creation by 13 years. The Blockchain Before Bitcoin Blockchain is defined as a growing ...

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Pot Company High Times Backtracks on Accepting Bitcoin in IPO

High Times Holding Corp, a New York-based media group advocating for cannabis usage, has decided against accepting bitcoin in its initial public offering (IPO), according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) dated Aug. 13. The SEC filing states that the initial announcement made two weeks ago, in which the company had said it would accept cryptocurrencies ...

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High Times Will Not Accept Bitcoin in Its Initial Public Offering

Marijuana culture media group High Times Holding Corp. has decided not to accept Bitcoin (BTC) in its initial public offering (IPO), according to an August 13 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The decision runs counter to the company’s Aug. 3 announcement, where it stated it will accept cryptocurrencies in order to attract investors. In the beginning ...

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Yale Research Identifies Best Times to Buy Major Cryptocurrencies

A pair of economists from Yale University have outlined a basic strategy for identifying the best buying opportunities for cryptocurrencies. By studying the past performance of three of the most well-known digital assets, the two have identified a couple of methods to predict price movements. Is Analysis of Investor Attention and Market Momentum the Secret to Successful Crypto Trading? The ...

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