Nishanth Shetty

Nishanth Shetty is a technical writer, author and a crypto-advisor working at CoinDelite. Based in the city of dreams, Mumbai, on the west coast of India. He holds bachelors degrees from Mangalore University. Nishanth has a myriad experience of technical writings for tech brands. His interests include technology, travel, and food.

Cryptocurrency News

Indian Government To Launch Cryptocurrency

The Indian government is doing its best to keep cryptocurrencies out of the country. It seems that the government isn’t denying access to cryptos completely. The recent report mentions that the Indian government is planning to launch its own digital currency. One of the senior officials from the country’s finance …

Google Ad Says Crypto Is Not Real | Coindelite News
Cryptocurrency News

Google Ad Says Crypto Is Not Real

The search engine giant Google has finally revealed its opinion on Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. The company’s view on digital currencies was revealed through an ad for Google’s new Call Screen Service. Google recently released an advertisement for its new Call Screen Service. This new feature allows users to identify …

Indian Regulators Responds to Crypto Regulation | Coindelite News
Crypto Regulation

Indian Regulators Responds to Crypto Regulation

A New Delhi based legal agency has asked 68 questions about cryptocurrencies to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The Indian regulatory body has finally responded to those questions asked by the agency called Blockchain Lawyer. The response comes under the Right-to-Information (RTI) act. This act allows citizens …

Crypto Mining Has Become Less Profitable | Coindelite News
Bitcoin Mining

Crypto Mining Has Become Less Profitable

Bitcoin mining has been a great way for miners to earn the money. Bitcoin (BTC) miner revenues of 2018 have already increased. In spite of the growth, miners are now earning less profits. According to the report, the rewards and fees for BTC miners have surpassed $4.7 billion within the first …

Forbes To Publish Contents On A Blockchain | Coindelite News
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Forbes To Publish Contents On A Blockchain

The U.S. based business magazine ‘Forbes’ is the latest company to adapt blockchain technology. Forbes maintains a daily news web portal and prints bi-weekly magazines. The news agency has collaborated with a blockchain-based firm named Civil to transfer its content to a distributed ledger platform. Matt Coolidge, Co-founder, Civil announced …

Disabled Aussie Citizens Insured on Blockchain | Coindelite News
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Disabled Aussie Citizens Insured on Blockchain

The Australian government is showing increased interest in blockchain technology. The government has already used blockchain for multiple initiatives. Recently few reports claimed that disabled Australian citizens can now get insured using the blockchain technology. The Australian Federal Science Agency has collaborated with leading commercial banks to test the blockchain …

UK Telecom Regulator To Study The Blockchain | Coindelite News
Blockchain News

UK Telecom Regulator To Study The Blockchain

U.K.’s Regulators’ Pioneer Fund has announced that it is going to sponsor nearly £700,000 on its new project. The new project is aimed at blockchain technology to improve U.K.’s telephone number management. The agency has sponsored by Ofcom, the national telecommunications regulatory authority for its new project. On Monday, Ofcom …

Dubai to Launch Government-Approved Cryptocurrency | Coindelite News
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Dubai to Launch Government-Approved Cryptocurrency

People living in Dubai will soon be able to make payments of goods and services using cryptocurrency. The country’s new digital currency will be used to make payments for various services and products. Emcash can be used to pay for traditional in-store purchases, utility bills, and even school fees. The …

Scammers Use Crypto ATMs To Dupe Victims | Coindelite News
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Scammers Use Crypto ATMs To Dupe Victims

There have been numerous cryptocurrency scams taking place in Australia. It is reported that the perpetrators have been asking crypto holders to deposit funds from nearby digital currency ATMs. Reports say that the criminals are targeting newly-arrived migrants. Because these migrants are not familiar with navigating the foreign system of …

An Expert Says Bitcoin is Close to Reach the Bottom | Coindelite News
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Experts: Bitcoin is Close to Reaching Bottom

Spencer Bogart, Partner at blockchain venture firm Blockchain Capital, was recently a part of CNBC’s “Fast Money.” He stated that Bitcoin is getting close to the bottom and once it rebounds, this week’s development would climb. Mr. Bogart stated that Bitcoin is down by about 70 percent. According to him, …