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JP Morgan plans to launch its own cryptocurrencyFeb 15, 2019
JP Morgan has stepped forward with a move of launching its own cryptocurrency and has become one of the first banks to consider launch of a cryptocurrency.
Union Bank of Philippines launch crypto ATMs for its citizensFeb 12, 2019
Local reports suggest that Union Bank of Philippines which also happens to be one of the largest banks in Philippines has launched country's first crypto ATM.
Stanford and MIT academics to design cryptocurrencyJan 17, 2019
The brightest minds of America have grouped together for creating a cryptocurrency which is getting designed to processing thousands of transactions per second.
Reports suggest that Japan is exploring Bitcoin and other virtual currency exchange-traded fundsJan 8, 2019
The whole cryptocurrency world is dependent on US Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) as they eagerly wait for the approval of a Bitcoin Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) by them.
Opera launches cryptocurrency wallet in its Android WalletDec 13, 2018
The company has announced that the web browser Opera has launched a built-in cryptocurrency wallet on its Android app which could now facilitate transactions for cryptocurrencies.
G20 gives a nod to crypto regulationDec 4, 2018
The G20 summit is going on in Argentina where global leaders took into consideration under critical issues. One other issue that was discussed on the forum was the regulation of the cryptocurrency.
Ohio becomes the first state to accept BitcoinNov 27, 2018
Ohio began accepting Bitcoins on 26 November and became the first state in the United States to accept cryptocurrency.
Former US Presidential candidate Ron Paul advocates for virtual currenciesOct 31, 2018
The Austrian School economist and a libertarian, Ron Paul has advocated for a tax exemption on the digital currencies.
Masayoshi Amamiya downplays cryptocurrency plansOct 22, 2018
Bank of Japan's deputy governor stated on Saturday that they were not really sure if digital currencies could replace fiat currencies in the near future.
Nearly $13 billion gets wiped off from the cryptomarkets as major currencies plungeOct 11, 2018
Another bad news for the crypto sector came after the prices of major cryptocurrencies plunged on Thursday with around $13 billion of its valued getting wiped off in only a few hours.
Cryptocurrency will surge again if there is a recession reveals Fundstrat surveyOct 5, 2018
While there are still huge clouds of uncertainty looming over the cryptocurrencies, studies suggest that the digital coins still stand a chance to thrive if they get suitable conditions.
Wall Street's Tom Lee backs Ether to bounce back strongerSep 28, 2018
The year wasn't that great for Ether. But, Tom Lee believes that the virtual currency will make a comeback and bounce back stronger.
Hackers steal $59 million from a Japanese cryptocurrency exchangeSep 21, 2018
Hackers stole around $59 million in cryptocurrency from a Japanese exchange called Zaif, stated a statement released by the owners on Thursday.
China marks a growth in crypto custody sector despite the banSep 17, 2018
A Chinese crypto-startup set its feet in China, a mainland where trading in virtual currencies is strictly banned.
The co-founder of Ethereum believes days of crypto growth are story of the pastSep 10, 2018
Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum has said that the days of 1000x growth as recorded in 2017 in the cryptocurrency sector is gone.
Study suggest a blockchain job boom in AsiaAug 31, 2018
Despite all the cynicism surrounding Blockchain technology, studies suggest that a mass number of people are attracted to the jobs related to cryptocurrency.
Fintech startup to let Aussies pay their bills using cryptocurrencyAug 20, 2018
At a time when most of the institutions and organizations are viewing cryptocurrencies with a cynical approach, cryptocurrency exchange Cointree and automated billing platform Gobbill will now let Australians pay bills with cryptocurrency.
Saudi Arabia bans cryptocurrency tradingAug 14, 2018
Saudi Arabia has banned the selling and buying of the cryptocurrencies including bitcoins in its territory after the government launched a major crackdown warning against the fraudulent schemes by high risk traders.
Goldman Sachs turn against the cryptocurrenciesAug 1, 2018
Goldman Sachs, a leading investment bank has expressed their skeptical approach about cryptocurrencies.
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