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Steps towards Self-Regulation in Croatia and Slovenia

Featured Communities in two countries, which share a border, history and perspectives, have expressed similar views about the future of the cryptocurrency sector. A new association in Croatia hopes to lay the foundations of self-regulation in the industry. In neighboring Slovenia, entrepreneurs and government officials have promised to work together to “educate the public” on […]

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Chicago Trader Steals Over $2 Million in Bitcoin and Litecoin Cryptocurrency

Jeff Francis · February 17, 2018 · 10:30 am A Chicago trader is facing up to 20 years in prison for stealing over $2 million in Bitcoin and Litecoin cryptocurrency from his employer. Most 24-year-olds would be quite happy to be attached to a new cryptocurrency unit for a major financial entity. That’s not a […]

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Half of Large British Businesses Hold Stockpiles of Cryptocurrency

Economics A new poll of IT mangers at large UK businesses found that exactly half keep stockpiles of cryptocurrency for various reasons. Unlike what some might imagine, only a very small fraction of the companies that are holding bitcoin claim to be doing so as preparation for a ransomware attack. Also Read: Coinbase Develops Bitpay […]

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Several States Spearhead Bitcoin Adoption in the U.S.

Economy & Regulation U.S. states with positive attitudes have advanced towards bitcoin legalization – a process that a growing number of elected officials consider inevitable, if not desirable. Numerous crypto-friendly bills have been introduced, and some of them have received approval in committees and houses of state legislatures. One wouldn’t necessarily think of states like […]

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Why Silicon Valley billionaires are prepping for the apocalypse in New Zealand | News

If you’re interested in the end of the world, you’re interested in New Zealand. If you’re interested in how our current cultural anxieties – climate catastrophe, decline of transatlantic political orders, resurgent nuclear terror – manifest themselves in apocalyptic visions, you’re interested in the place occupied by this distant archipelago of apparent peace and stability […]

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Instagram Bloggers to Receive Cryptocurrency for Advertising – MediaToken Platform Now Accepting Applications

Bitcoinist.net · February 14, 2018 · 3:00 pm Asset tokenization is the new trend of 2018. It’s now rapidly becoming a widespread instrument all over the blockchain world. More and more people are engaging in developing and using this technology. The reason behind is the fact that tokenization has become an ideal instrument for digital […]

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Law to Legalize Crypto Mining Introduced in Armenia

Economy & Regulation Armenia may soon follow in the footsteps of countries like Belarus in regards to crypto regulation. Newly proposed legislation provides the basis for legalizing and regulating cryptocurrency mining in the country. Tax exemptions and other incentives will be offered to miners. If the draft law is adopted, businesses will be able to […]

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Ledger Hardware Wallets Vulnerable to ‘Man in the Middle’ Attacks

Patrick Smith · February 9, 2018 · 8:00 pm Ledger hardware wallets, once considered one of the safer methods to store cryptocurrency, have been reported to be vulnerable to “man in the middle” attacks. The Flaw A team of unknown security researchers exposed a vulnerability that allegedly involves all Ledger hardware wallets. The discovery of […]

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Bitcoin’s Volatility Is a Feature, Not a Bug

Op-Ed Another suicide has made its way to media scrutiny, and crypto markets plummeting was promptly highlighted as the ultimate cause. It’s time to consider our mental health as investors in light of bitcoin’s infamous feature – volatility. Also read: Landmark Senate Crypto Hearing Seen as Mostly Positive by Bitcoiners  Bitcoin’s ”Death” Is Not the […]

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