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Steve Kaaru by Aug 8, 2018

Korean Police Bust A Cryptocurrency Startup That Offers ‘Gold’

It’s a new day and it’s yet another crypto bust for the Korean police. This time, it’s the Korean police have just raided a fraudulent firm that claims to have discovered a shipwreck carrying gold bars and coins worth $130 billion. According to the Korean Herald,  the cryptocurrency startup was claiming that it had discovered […]

Steve Kaaru by Jul 12, 2018

President Trump Taking A More Hands-On Approach To Cryptocurrencies

According to reports, the US President – Donald Trump has set up a DOJ task force that will be in charge of curbing and protecting consumers from cryptocurrency related crimes. The Task Force on Market Integrity and Consumer Fraud, led by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will seek to streamline the financial market with an […]

Peio Purlev by Jul 9, 2018

A Big Step! South Korean Crypto Exchanges are now financial institutions

The South Korean government and financial authorities decided officially to recognize South Korean Crypto Exchanges as financial institutions…

Steve Kaaru by Jun 28, 2018

Russian University To Store Diploma Records On A Blockchain

A state-owned financial university in Russia has announced that it will be storing diploma records using blockchain technology. In a statement released on Tuesday 26, the university confirmed that starting September they will be storing all diploma records using the blockchain technology which will make it easy to confirm the authenticity of their issued diplomas […]

Steve Kaaru by Jun 26, 2018

Ukraine’s Moment Of Joy And Sadness In The Crypto Industry

It’s been a busy month for the crypto industry in Ukraine. The country’s crypto miners were in celebration after the government relieved them from having to get licensees to mine. This would open up the process for more miners who have one less thing to worry about. Before the excitement had died down, the crypto […]

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