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Japan’s largest bank scales down on MUFG Coin plans

Japan-based bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) announced plans to launch its own cryptocurrency some time ago. However, it would appear that the plans have changed, and the long-awaited MUFG Coin plans will be scaled back. Instead of launching full-scale...

Gemini burns a quarter of circulating GUSD

Over 1 million Gemini Dollars (GUSD) was burned yesterday, December 3rd, according to recent reports. The burned amount represents one-quarter of all Gemini coins in circulation, which came as quite a shock for many of the coin’s users and supporters....

US DEX CryptoBridge closing down shop due to increased regulations

According to a recent announcement posted by a US-based decentralized cryptocurrency exchange (DEX) known as CryptoBridge, the exchange will soon shut down. In the notice, the exchange stated that there are several reasons for the decision, one of which is...

South Africa’s central bank to bring new cryptocurrency rules

South Africa’s central bank, SARB (South African Reserve Bank), recently announced that it is working on a new set of rules for the cryptocurrency. The rules will prevent people from using digital coins to evade currency controls and are supposed...

Binance Teams up with TravelbyBit to bring travel rewards card

According to a recent report by one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, Binance, the exchange has just partnered up with TravelbyBit, a travel booking platform. The goal of the partnership appears to be the release of a new, crypto-backed...

IDAX exchange suspends deposits and withdrawals after CEO disappearance

China-based IDAX exchange recently stopped withdrawals and deposits without explanation, causing many users to suspect everything from hacking attacks to exit scams. Amid the panic, IDAX finally posted an announcement that revealed what is going on. According to the post,...

Elon Musk’s Cybertruck gets featured in a blockchain racing game

Elon Musk’s recent reveal of the new Tesla Cybertruck — Tesla’s first electric pickup truck — quickly became one of the new internet sensations. With Musk’s popularity in the meme culture, the truck itself quickly became a meme. More importantly,...

Swiss-based crypto bank announces its own crypto index

According to a recent announcement by SEBA Crypto AG, a Swiss-based cryptocurrency bank, the bank will soon launch its own crypto index. The index will not include only digital assets, but also other investment solutions. SEBA to provides new opportunities...

Upbit suffers its first hacking attack, $50m in ETH stolen

One of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in South Korea, Upbit, recently confirmed that it is investigating an Ethereum transaction worth almost $50 million. The suspicious transaction occurred at around 4:06 UTC (KST 1:06 pm), when 342,000 ETH was transferred from...

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