Why do we need to back up a cryptocurrency with real property? Not even the dollar has been backed by gold for decades. Finally, we have a warning from the FSC about the OneCoin company: The... Read More
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Rome has made no explicit regulations regarding Bitcoin other than issuing a decree in April 2014 that defines electronic currencies and allows for their use within the framework of the 2012 EU... Read More
A crackdown on organized crime by Bulgarian law enforcement in May resulted in the seizure of more than 200,000 bitcoins – an amount worth more than $3 billion at today's prices.
According to a pre... Read More
Regulatory attitudes towards cryptocurrencies around the world are shifting. Hardly a day goes by without a central bank issuing a warning on the digital currency. However, it's not all bad news - as ... Read More
Alabama Securities Watchdog Hits 3 ICOs with Cease-and-Desists
The Alabama Securities Commission (ASC), the U.S. state's securities regulator, has joined its counterparts in Texas and New Jersey in hitting out at initial coin offerings (ICOs) that are soliciting
Bitcoin Faces First Close Below This Key Long-Term Support in 2.5 Years
Bitcoin risks closing below the 50-week moving average (MA) – an important long-term support not breached for over 2.5 years.
With the bears already on the offensive following the recent sell-off,
China MIIT’s Yu Jianing: Neither Blockchain Nor Bitcoin is A Bubble
May 23, Yu Jianing, the director of industrial economic institute of the information center of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), indicated that “neither blockchain nor bitcoin
Norfolk Southern the Latest Railway to Join Blockchain Transport Group
U.S. railway network Norfolk Southern has become the latest industry player to join the Blockchain in Transport Alliance.
One of less than a dozen Class I railroads in North America, Norfolk Southe