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Latest Cryptocurrency News

Major crypto miners rushing to launch new gear before BTC halving

2020 is expected to be a major year for cryptocurrencies, and so far, they did not disappoint, despite recent price corrections. However, according to analysts, the upcoming Bitcoin halving will lead the crypto sector to heights that were never seen...

Bitcoin Price Loses 7% As SEC Rejects Latest Bitcoin ETF Proposal

Bitcoin price has come back below the key $9,000 mark after the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected the latest bid from Wilshire Phoenix for a bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF). Fundamental analysis: Another dream quashed At this point in...

Virgin Galactic chairman recommends investing 1% in BTC

After recently attending dinner with TRON CEO, Justin Sun, legendary investor Warren Buffett once again bashed Bitcoin, claiming that the cryptocurrency has no value. However, while this is not the first time that Buffett has criticized BTC, this time, the...

France and Austria partners to fight crypto crime

Crypto-based money laundering has become an important issue among financial regulators, as many countries are now setting up rules to crack down on activities of crypto-based fraudsters. Now, France and Australia are collaborating to tackle crypto-based money-laundering issues. The Australian...

USA make changes to the rules on cross-border crypto trading

A rule that forces financial services companies to disclose their cross-border crypto transactions will be updated changed soon. The U.S. Commerce Department of the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) wants to change this rule in the mandatory questionnaire. BEA wants...

Amsterdam to receive a new crypto exchange

According to a recent announcement published by the Dutch retail brokerage company, BUX, the firm plans to launch its own crypto trading platform. The company stated that the platform will arrive gradually, although it is expected to see launch rather...

Caitlin Long struggling to open a US-based crypto bank

A former Wall Street executive, Caitlin Long, who is also a blockchain legislation advocate, has announced an intention to set up the first US-based bank for cryptocurrency. Long made the announcement yesterday, February 24th, on Twitter, stating that the bank’s...

UAE oldest private bank to increase security with blockchain

The security brought by emerging technologies such as blockchain was expected to be rather disruptive in the world of traditional finances. After years of ignoring it, however, the banks are finally starting to consider using the new tech to improve...

New Simpsons Episode educates the public about cryptocurrency

In its latest episode, the Simpson made a special presentation that is familiar to the cryptocurrency community. The episode 13 of season 31 of The Simpsons featured a segment that explained blockchain and cryptocurrency. The episode aired over the weekend,...

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