Latest Crypto Currencies News
Major budget airline AirAsia to develop 'BigCoin'Apr 2, 2018
Malaysia based Air Asia has announced its plans of developing their own cryptocurrency and launching 'BigCoin' for the ease of their customers. The digital currency will see its own Initial Coin Offerings.
Twitter bans cryptocurrency advertisingMar 28, 2018
Twitter has confirmed that the site would ban cryptocurrency and ICO-related advertisements from their website, which will come into effect from 27 March.
US Congress Economic Report writes about CryptocurrenciesMar 17, 2018
A new report from US Congress has dubbed 2017 as 'The Year of Cryptocurrencies.' The report calls for lawmakers and industry stakeholders to use the blockchain technology judiciously.
Bithumb to bring digital currencies to South Korean RestaurantsMar 12, 2018
South Korea's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb has announced to bring the cryptocurrency Kiosk to the restaurants where the customers would be able to pay for the food through the digital currencies.
Venezuela's lawmakers oppose the Petro cryptocurrencyMar 7, 2018
The opposition lawmaking bodies have opposed the issuance of national cryptocurrency Petro by calling it unconstitutional.
Bill Gates call cryptocurrencies 'super risky'Feb 28, 2018
Bill Gates has talked about the risks and concerns associated with the cryptocurrencies calling it a threat for the people. He also said that it is killing people in a fairly direct way as many people use these to facilitate the illicit transactions.
Can Africa be the next Big Crypto market?Feb 19, 2018
As many other countries are maintaining a rigid stance on the cryptocurrencies, the continent of Africa might emerge as the next big market for crypto investors.
Ripple CEO, Brad Garlinghouse thinks crypto might crash to £0Feb 14, 2018
Ripple Chief Executive, Brad Garlinghouse believes that the cryptocurrencies value might plunge to zero in the future its future is very risky.
SFC warns Hong Kong crypto currency exchange platformsFeb 9, 2018
Hong Kong's securities regulators, Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has ramped up their efforts to regulate the illicit exchanges involved with the trade of ICOs and other cryptocurrencies.
SEC and CFTC vie to put reins on illicit trade of BitcoinsFeb 7, 2018
The SEC and CFTC, US top financial regulators, pressed for coming up with some regulatory policies so that illegal trading of the Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies could be stopped. They said that they need to come up with a coordinated plan to deal with the digital currency market.
Lloyds bans crypto currency purchase using credit cardsFeb 5, 2018
Britain's biggest mortgage lender, Lloyds bans its customers from purchasing Bitcoins using credit card. The bank fears that it would be laden with debt if its price falls.
Samsung to manufacture chips for crypto-currency mining hardwareFeb 1, 2018
Samsung Electronics has announced that it would be making chips for Bitcoin mining hardware. They would be developing ASIC to mine Bitcoins.
Facebook bans all crypto-currency advertisementsJan 31, 2018
Facebook has announced a ban on all ads which promotes cryptocurrencies including bitcoins and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). It aims to stop scammers so that it can prevent people from advertising 'financial products and services associated with misleading promotional practices.'
Coincheck promises to return 90 percent money stolen in crypto theftJan 29, 2018
One of the world’s largest digital currency exchanges Coincheck has assured it would refund most of the $534m worth of virtual assets lost in a hacking attack.
English Premier League club, Arsenal to promote cryptocurrencyJan 25, 2018
English Premier League club, Arsenal has decided to lend its name to promote a new digital token sold by California based CashBet. With this, it has become world's first major football team to partner with cryptocurrency
Cambodians eager to invest in the cryptomarketJan 22, 2018
Despite the distrust of national bank and Exchange Commission of Cambodia (SECC), Cambodian are eager to invest in cryptomarket.
South Koreans unintimidated by threats of banJan 20, 2018
Amid the South Korea government considering a ban on the exchange and trade of crypto currency, the old hands of the crypto market are still confident of gains.
Crypto market gets back on its feet after severe sell-offJan 19, 2018
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple appeared to recover from Wednesday's lows as their prices bounced back to $11,527.70, $1,039.08 and $1.64 respectively.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and other cryptos continue to slumpJan 17, 2018
Bitcoin has plummeted sharply in the past 24 hours as crypto market has extended its losses and is currently trading at $ 1o,492.
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