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Cryptocurrency extends gains after closing above $11,000 on Monday
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Blockchain-based messaging app Telegram raised an astonishing $850 million before closing its ICO token presale earlier this week. The original presale goal was $600 million but this was increased by organisers due to high demand.
Coinbase is the first stop for millions of cryptocurrency buyers, however, the company has recently run into a number of issues, giving competitors a chance to challenge them.
ETC hits a one month high thanks to steady rally on Monday
Cryptocurrency posts modest gains in slow Monday trading
FINMA’s newly-published guidelines distinguish three types of token sales
Cryptocurrency struggles to hold above key price level
The cryptocurrency trades at significant premium in South Korea
US regulator advises consumers to do thorough research before buying lesser known altcoins
Digital coin posts significant decline in terms of trading volumes
The original cryptocurrency has gained 65% over the past 10 days
Chat app Telegram is currently in its first round of ICO and already investors who made it into the private round are filliping their tokens for millions. Telegram’s token is yet to go on sale to the general public and won’t hit the exchanges until March at the earliest.
San Francisco-based LitePay aims to launch in 41 countries, including the UK
British MEP Kay Swinburne believes blockchain can help the City of London to stay relevant in a post-Brexit era
The Fighting Boys, a popular teen boyband in China, became the unwilling participants in an ICO over the weekend after a TFBC token was launched. Although the band has denied affiliation, the ICO has raised about $1.2 million.
For $600, you can purchase a phony ICO white paper in China, reporting from the Beijing News suggests. The People’s Bank of China banned domestic ICOs in September of last year.
The San Francisco-based start-up signs agreement with Saudi Arabia’s central bank
The original cryptocurrency needs to hold above $9,000, investment firm says in a note to clients
The company considers making similar changes in other markets, including the UK and Canada
February has been a good month for the cryptocurrency in recent years