Kazakhstan Preparing to Prohibit Crypto Trading and Mining, Says Central Bank

The chairman of the central bank of Kazakhstan said that the bank has prepared legislation to prohibit the sale and purchase of cryptocurrencies in the country as well as any kind of crypto mining, citing several risks he sees. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With 7 Cryptocurrencies …

Chinese Investors Use Wechat Brokers to Bypass ICO Ban

Reports have alleged that many Chinese cryptocurrency investors are seeking middle-men agencies on Wechat to facilitate their transactions in order to bypass the nation’s prohibitive virtual currency regulations and access exposure to initial coin offerings (ICOs). Also Read: Ford to Use Cryptocurrency for Inter-Vehicle Communication System ICO Token Brokerages Allow Chinese …

Cobinhood Delists Six Tokens Susceptible to Pump and Dump, Limits Tether Pairs

As some cryptocurrency exchanges are adding new altcoins, tokens and forks all the time, cashing in on massive listing fees from promoters, the need arises to trim the fat ever so often. Now Cobinhood is removing a few, offering a glimpse on how trading venues decide which tokens to cull.  …

Bitfract’s New Platform Could Change Crypto Investing Forever

Bitfract, powered by ShapeShift, launches the first tool to exchange one crypto for multiple at once. March 2018 (Austin, Texas): Meet Bitfract, the easiest way to design and invest in a diversified portfolio of cryptocurrencies. Launching April 1st, Bitfract Beta enables investors to trade either Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Litecoin for …

PR: TokenGen – The Ultimate Smart Contract Creator for the Token Economy

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Germany’s Tourism Board Accepts Bitcoin Payments

The German National Tourism Board has announced that it accepts cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin for its services. The organization promotes German travel destinations with offices in 32 countries around the world. GNTB also intends to implement blockchain technologies in its finances. “We want to be a global innovation driver in …

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