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New EU Law To Give Banks ZERO Power Over Cryptocurrency-Related Activities

The European Union’s (EU) Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD5) will come into effect soon. This new EU law will give banks zero power over...

Winklevoss Twins: Gaining Investors’ Trust Will Help Bitcoin’s Price to Recover

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, founders of Gemini Trust cryptocurrency exchange, stated that building trust is essential to regaining investors confidence in the crypto market....

Bitcoin ATM Manufacturer, Lamassu Relocates to Switzerland Due to Regulation Issues

Lamassu, a Bitcoin ATM manufacturer, has relocated to Switzerland from Portugal due to regulatory issues and the inability to operate a bank account. The...

Malaysian Minister: The Central Bank Has Final Say on Cryptocurrency

Malaysia has taken a strong side on the issue of introducing new crypto assets into their nation by stating emphatically that only their central...

Europe’s New Cryptocurrency Policy to Combat Money Laundering And Terrorism

Europe has put in place policies that will ensure that the crypto market is well regulated. These are policies that will manage crypto-related industries...

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Is Ethereum’s undervaluation justified or unjust?

Criticizing the Ethereum ecosystem and its blockchain has been a typical endeavor for many of the crypto-community's Bitcoin proponents. However, despite such criticism, its...

Google Goes Blockchain? New Deal Opens A Door To Crypto

A new partnership is a boost for functional blockchain and, perhaps, a decentralized future for Google Cloud. Read the full story on Forbes

CryptoKitties Creator Debuts NBA Game on Its Own Blockchain

Blockchain meets basketball in the newest game from Dapper Labs, the developers of CryptoKitties. Read the full story on Coindesk
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