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After a hard time bashes from the media and allegations, IOTA might just be getting back on track with good publicity and winning the heart of the media once more. This time around, it’s about a new project that it is working on with Canadian enterprise, Kontrol Energy.
Canada has set its sights on the most popular cryptocurrency on the market, Bitcoin, as it aims to replace China as the world’s leading Bitcoin mining population.
Some international and central banks are experimenting with blockchain technology for debt issuance. These banks are JP Morgan, the National Bank of Canada, Goldman Sachs, and many other companies.
It has been rumoured in the last months and weeks that Canada could be the next hub for Bitcoin miners. China is worried about the electricity consumption used by the Bitcoin mining industry. That’s why, cryptocurrency miners were searching new places in the world so as to keep with their activities.
Bitmain, one of the gigantic mining enterprises all over the world, is searching new mining sites in Canada. Quebec could be the province that would host the most miners. The mining company is already negotiating with the Canadian authorities. Some time ago, Bitmain announced that it was expanding to Switzerland to the so called “Crypto Valley”.
The problem with money laundering seems to only be growing in size. When governments however, decide to wash their hands and ban bitcoin ATMs, the situation
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The untimely death of the Gerald Cotten, the CEO of QuadrigaCX was a tragedy for many people. After the owner passed away, more than $150 million in crypto