07 August, 2019 13:36
EtherDelta platform subject of police probe
Chinese police opened a criminal case against EtherDelta cryptocurrency token trading platform. This was reported by a partner of the crypto investment fund Primitive Ventures Davi Wang in his Twitter account.
07 August, 2019 12:55
Trade conflict puts pressure on Chinese yuan
The US dollar decreased against the Japanese currency in the middle of the week. Chinese yuan also posted weakening which means that market players remain concerned about the US-China trade conflict fueled by Beijing's policy.
07 August, 2019 11:30
Judge Vince Chhabria: Coinbase subject to negligence case
The US-based crypto trading platform Coinbase can face charges of negligence on its obligations regarding the launch of Bitcoin Cash trading back in 2017. US District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco stated that the case must cover protection of the users that bought overpriced BCH rather than those customers that failed to sell coins due to trading suspension.
06 August, 2019 16:42
Bitcoin can stand against Chinese yuan
The cost of the main digital coin increased at a time when the Chinese currency fell sharply by 7%. Analysts believe that these events can be interconnected.
06 August, 2019 14:17
US Federal Reserve considers own real-time payment system
The US Federal Reserve has announced intentions to create its payment system that may enable American banks to provide their clients with 24/7 immediate payments. The press release was published on the official website of the authority this Monday.
06 August, 2019 14:04
Tom Lee comments on Bitcoin upturn
Tom Lee, the co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors, said the U.S. and China trade war could spur Bitcoin price increases, as the first cryptocurrency becomes a hedge against global risks.
06 August, 2019 11:47
Coinbase about to add new digital assets
On August 5, the American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase revealed the names of assets that can add to its platform. The company notes that its goal is to support all assets that meet technical standards and applicable law.
06 August, 2019 11:35
UN report: North Korea gets money for weapon projects from cyberattacks
The United Nations Organization discovered that North Korea was involved in hack attacks on crypto trading platforms and banks worldwide. The mainstream media reported citing the UN security confidential report that Pyongyang got about $2 billion from such actions, while the funds were used for financing development of mass destruction projects.
06 August, 2019 10:24
Data protection community concerned about Libra
The global community of data protection and privacy has reportedly sent a letter of request to the Libra Association willing to get more detailed information about the measures that would be taken for the protection of users' data. The letter was unveiled on August 5.
05 August, 2019 16:02
Busan becomes regulation-free zone in South Korea
Seoul decided to provide the top-2 major city in South Korea (Busan) with the status of a regulation-free zone that will be aimed at blockchain development. South Korea's Ministry of Small, Medium Enterprises and Startups announced that Busan will host some blockchain projects that will deal with financial issues, public security and tourism.