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Blockchain and cryptocurrency news from around the world
DX.Exchange, the Estonian exchange that rose to fame last week after launching tokenized United States equities on its platform, is facing scrutiny after a severe security vulnerability was discovered in its framework.
Crypto dot com is temporarily suspending its Europe and United Kingdom issuances of MCO debit cards after its former card operator — Germany’s Wirecard AG — slipped into bankruptcy and filed insolvency this week.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinfloor has received a blockchain license from the strictly regulated Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC), and is the first crypto exchange to do so since the Gibraltar government instituted its blockchain regulatory laws, according to Finance Magnates.
Bitcoin mining, long known as an obscure activity limited to cyberpunks and dominated by Chinese brands, can now be an alternative investment option for accredited investors looking to take a BTC bet.
How did Russia, a country where cryptocurrencies are banned for use as payment, and Ukraine, where the asset class essentially exists outside of the law, rank the highest when it comes to crypto adoption? The latest Chainalysis report, where Eastern Europe was found to have the highest grassroots-level adoption of cryptocurrency despite being the fourth-largest […]
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (IOMFSA) has published guidance setting out its position regarding the applicability of financial regulatory requirements to cryptocurrencies and tokens issued using blockchain technology, as per a release shared with CryptoSlate.
Crypto exchange-traded products (ETP), institutional offerings that track the price of crypto assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum, saw their volumes increase by over 2.2% this month, as per a report by CryptoCompare.
Coinbase, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States, has generated nearly $2 billion from transaction fees alone since its launch in 2012, CEO Brian Armstrong said.
Unikrn, a Seattle-based e-sports platform, has agreed to pay a $6 million fine to settle a complaint by the US Securities and Exchange Commission that said it raised $31 million by selling unregistered securities, according to a release.