Japanese Platform Pays to Watch Ads

A Japanese video platform service called c0ban.tv has started its expansion into English-speaking markets.

OKEx Will Delist Another Wave of Trading Pairs Over ‘Weak Liquidity’

Major Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced it was delisting a second swathe of trading pairs due to “weak liquidity” in a blog post Nov. 27.

Fake Developer Sneaks Malicious Code into BitPay’s Copay Wallet

The Copay wallet from U.S.-based bitcoin payments processor BitPay has been compromised by a hacker, the firm says.

Taiwan is Tightening Regulations on Crypto Exchanges, Possible Pressure From China?

On November 2, Taiwan officially tightened anti-money laundering (AML) policies targeted at crypto exchanges, requesting exchanges to monitor and prevent any illegal transaction processed using digital assets.

Crypto Exchange Bitstamp Rolls Out Tech to Spot Market Manipulation

Bitstamp, one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges, is upgrading its tech arsenal in a bid to attract institutional investors.

Hong Kong’s 2nd Largest Terminal Operator Adopts Blockchain to Document Logistics Data

Modern Terminals, the second largest container terminal operator in Hong Kong, has joined the TradeLens project, a blockchain-enabled technological solution developed by Maersk and IBM.

Binance is Adding PAX Trading Pairs to Its New Stablecoin Market

Leading crypto exchange Binance is making changes to the way it lists stablecoins. As of November 29, it will launch a number of trading pairs with the newer fiat-backed token, Paxos Standard (PAX).

$5 Million Lawsuit Claims Bitmain Mined at Expense of U.S. Customers

Gor Gevorkyan, a Los Angeles resident, has filed a lawsuit against Bitmain for allegedly mining cryptocurrency at his expense. The class action claims that bitcoin mining giant had redesigned its ASIC devices “to mine cryptocurrency for the benefit of itself rather than its customers who purchase the products”.

Nasdaq Plans to Pursue Bitcoin Futures Despite Plunging Prices, Sources Say

Nasdaq Inc. is moving ahead with a plan to list Bitcoin futures, according to two people familiar with the matter, betting on sustained interest despite the cryptocurrency’s dramatic plunge over the past year.

Singapore: Bill Tabled to Place Crypto Payment Services Under Central Bank Oversight

A new bill which will impact electronic wallets and digital payment tokens such as bitcoin has been tabled in Singapore’s parliament.

Aftermath of BCH Hash War: the End of Fork Coins

Bitcoin Cash has been receiving a lot of attention after it’s November 15th hard fork; the fork incited a hash war between miners, caused most cryptocurrency exchanges to pause Bitcoin Cash transactions, and may have been the onset of the most recent downturn in the market causing the cryptocurrency market cap to fall by about 20% over a five day period.

LuxTag and Chronoswiss Launch Platform to Register Tech Bureau Crypto-Watches on the NEM Blockchain

Swiss watch manufacturer Chronoswiss AG and anti-counterfeit solution provider LuxTag Sdn Bhd. announced today the launch of the platform that enables customers to claim ownership of their crypto-watches and registering it on the blockchain.

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