Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Results Are In: Dragonmint T1 Doesn’t Make the S9 Obsolete

Mining There’s been a lot of skepticism aimed at the company Halong Mining and its machine the Dragonmint T1. The firm announced in November of 2017 that it would be distributing its Dragonmint devices in 2018 and stated its miners would be the most efficient machines on the market. So far, after all the controversy, […]

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German Stock Exchange Subsidairy Announces Crypto Trading App Bison

Finance Sowa Labs, a subsidiary of Boerse Stuttgart, Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, has announced a forthcoming cryptocurrency app. The new app, Bison, is expected to be made available in German during Autumn, with an English version expected soon after. Also Read: Russian Court Bans Telegram, Founder Pavel Durov Defiant Boerse Stuttgart Subsidiary Announces Forthcoming App Cryptocurrency […]

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Place Your Bets! Bitcoin Core Lightning Network Fails to Complete Basic Transaction

Featured Wagers really don’t settle matters, but they are a lot of fun and force advocates to have some skin in the game. In the ongoing debate about scaling, network fees, congestion and mempools, the Lightning Network is Bitcoin Core’s answer. Some in the ecosystem have doubted its efficacy. A bet was placed. If a […]

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Yahoo! Japan Enters the Crypto Field: Acquires Minority Stake in Tokyo Crypto Exchange

Georgi Georgiev · April 13, 2018 · 5:00 pm Yahoo! Japan Corp announced on Friday its intentions to purchase a minority stake in BitARG Exchange Tokyo. The deal builds on the increasing mainstream acceptance of cryptocurrencies in the country on behalf of business in the face of some of the most prominent Japanese companies. Getting […]

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Latvia Recognizes Cryptocurrencies in Order to Tax Them

Taxes Trying to take its share of the profits, the government of Latvia may accept cryptocurrencies as a legal means of exchange. This year’s tax filing campaign is underway and officials don’t have much time. Two parliamentary commissions and the Ministry of Finance have expressed their views on the matter this week. Latvians may very […]

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Long Blockchain Corp Receives Delisting Determination From Nasdaq

Finance Long Blockchain Corp., the company formerly known as Long Island Iced Tea Corp., has announced that it has received a delisting determination from Nasdaq. The U.S.-based company made headlines in December after its name change triggered a 432% gain in the price of its shares over the course of a single day. Also Read: Bitcoin […]

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Research Paper Declares Bitcoin Compliant With Shariah Law

News Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are intriguing because they are very different from the traditional financial systems we use today. One particular subject people have pondered is whether or not bitcoin complies with the religious law that forms a part of Islamic tradition — otherwise known as Shariah Law. This week a microfinance firm based in Indonesia, Blossom […]

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Brazilian University Launches Cryptocurrency Masters Programme

Economics A major Sao Paulo institution is launching what has been reported as Brazil’s first Master’s degree in cryptofinance. The course comes amid an increasing embracement of virtual currencies on the part of the Brazilian universities, with themes pertinent to cryptocurrency increasingly being incorporated into mainstream tertiary finance studies. Also Read: FSA Study Reveals 3.5 Million […]

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