Barclays to Hold On Cryptocurrency Trading | Coindelite Press Releases
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Barclays to Hold On Cryptocurrency Trading

The U.K. based multinational bank and financial services provider Barclays has announced that it is putting the launch of its cryptocurrency trading desk on hold. Chris Tyrer, Barclays’ former global head of commodities is leading the project called “Digital Assets Project.” The project also includes Marvin Barth, head of the …

OKEx Lists Four Stablecoins
Crypto Exchange

OKEx Lists Four Stablecoins

OKEx, the world’s third-biggest exchange by market cap has made an interesting announcement. The exchange has unveiled four stablecoins on its platform. This news was revealed through an official blog post that was published on October 15, 2018. OKEx adds support for TruseUSD (TUSD), USD Coin (USDC), Gemini Dollar (GUSD) …

Unocoin Launches India's First Bitcoin ATM | Coindelite News
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Unocoin Launches India’s First Bitcoin ATM

Indian cryptocurrency exchanges are doing their best to improve the crypto-to-fiat liquidity in the country. The Reserve Bank of India has ordered banks in India to stop working with crypto exchanges. Arun Jaitley, Indian Minister of Corporate Affairs called Bitcoin a Ponzi scheme. Unocoin, Indian cryptocurrency exchange has recently published …

Coinbase Opens Office in Dublin
Crypto Exchange

Coinbase Opens Office in Dublin

Coinbase, the digital currency exchange has opened its new office in Dublin, Ireland. The exchange is backed by BBVA, the Spanish bank, and the New York Stock Exchange. It has over 20 million users that utilize this platform to trade their digital assets. The new office comes 18 months after …

Bithumb Sell Stake in Exchange for $350 Million
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Bithumb Sell Stake in Exchange for $350 Million

South Korea’s premier exchange Bithumb has sold up to 40 percent of their shares to a blockchain association. This move seems to be an attempt to regain the company’s strength in the Asian market. The deal closed at 400 Billion Won (about $350 million USD). Interestingly, this represents 38 percent of …

Criminals are using Bitcoin - AARP | Coindelite News
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Criminals are using Bitcoin – AARP

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) has recently published an article about the existing financial systems. The article is titled “Improve Your Financial Literacy With This Glossary.” It mentions that an increasing number of criminals use Bitcoin. Several other terms such as “emerging markets” and “exchange-traded funds” are explained …

Crypto Mining Church Asked to Pay More for Electricity
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Crypto Mining Church Asked to Pay More for Electricity

There is an ongoing debate across the world for charging a higher price to institutions who are using electricity for cryptocurrency mining. The outcome of a court case in Russia is looking to change the profitability of cryptocurrency mining. A church in Irkutsk has been asked to pay higher fees …

Canadian Woman Loses $48,000 To BTC ATM Scam | Coindelite News
Bitcoin Scam

Canadian Woman Loses $48,000 To BTC ATM Scam

A Canadian woman lost 62,500 Canadian dollars ($48,125) due to a Bitcoin ATM Scam. The victim claims that she sent money to a scammer through a Bitcoin ATM. The women have filed a case against the ATM provider Instacoin ATM Canada Inc. Charlottetown Provincial Court, Canada has taken up the …

North Dakota Securities Regulator Bans Three ICOs | Coindelite News
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North Dakota Securities Regulator Bans Three ICOs

North Dakota’s security watchdog is taking action against ICO projects which are operating illegally in the state. Karen Tyler, the commissioner of the North Dakota Securities Department, has issued cease orders on three ICOs. These ICOs are unregistered and potentially fraudulent. The regulators’ team has recently published a Press Release …

Hackers Exploiting Flash Updates for Cryptojacking
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Hackers Exploiting Flash Updates for Cryptojacking

It was recently revealed that hackers have found yet another way to mine cryptocurrencies. Reportedly, they are employing fake Adobe Flash updates to install cryptocurrency mining malware on networks and user’s computers. This results in severe losses, a significant drop in system performance and increased electricity bills for the affected …

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