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China Revises Crypto Ranking ‚ÄĒ BTC Upgraded
China’s Center for Information and Industry Development has updated its crypto project ranking for this month, moving BTC up several
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China’s Crackdown on Online Gambling Falters as Gambling dApps Take the Center Stage
The recent analysis of data from State of the dApps reveals that gambling-related decentralized applications outnumber all other dApps. Additionally,
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Malaysia Plans to Enact Crypto Regulation in Q1 2019, Finance Minister Reports
Malaysia will enact regulations for cryptocurrency and Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) in Q1 2019, local English-language news media outlet The Star reported Nov.
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Hydrax Partners with Singapore Fiat-Cryptocurrency Exchange Coinhako
Singapore-headquartered financial technology company HydraX today announced two key partnerships as part of its strategy to expand its user base
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Meet Fantom, the Unique Cryptocurrency Partnered with University of Sydney
The¬†University of Sydney¬†has commenced a new research partnership with¬†Fantom. The partnership includes a donation from Fantom ‚Äď whose June 2018
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South Korea to Develop Blockchain Voting System, ICON Winning More Awards
One thing common to many countries in Southeast Asia is a corrupt voting system and often flawed democracies as a
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South Korea Awards Information Security License To Upbit Exchange For Strong Data Security
South Korea has issued an information security management license to Upbit for its strong infrastructure.
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Crypto Investor Alludes To China‚Äôs ‚ÄúLove-Hate‚ÄĚ Relationship With Bitcoin And Blockchain
China has a convoluted history with bitcoin, crypto, and blockchain technology. During a recent interview with CNBC, one investor described how
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Japanese Platform Pays to Watch Ads
A Japanese video platform service called c0ban.tv has started its expansion into English-speaking markets.
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OKEx Will Delist Another Wave of Trading Pairs Over ‚ÄėWeak Liquidity‚Äô
Major¬†Hong Kong-based¬†cryptocurrency exchange¬†OKEx¬†announced it was delisting a second swathe of trading pairs due to ‚Äúweak liquidity‚ÄĚ in a¬†blog post¬†Nov. 27.
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