Mt. Gox can crash BTC market, Japan updates crypto regulation, Ethereum will get a new EVM, fiat support is back despite RBI ban, LG tries to save travelers' fees
- A five year mess, the result of a 2014 cybertheft by Russian hackers, is nearing the payout stage for the victims of Mt. Gox exchange. Mt. Gox will be paying 160,000 BTC, correspondingly $1 billion in today’s market worth.
- Japan’s need for extra manpower in their growing efforts to regulate the cryptocurrency space and a self-regulation proposal was discussed in a September 12th meeting.
- CoinDesk has written a big article about the ethereum virtual machine, or EVM. The current EVM will be replaced by a new virtual machine called eWASM.
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- A growing number of crypto exchanges in India have announced the return of fiat deposit and withdrawal support despite the crypto banking ban imposed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
- LG Corporation is to trial a blockchain-based mobile payment service aimed to let travelers save fees when shopping abroad.
- The BTC price is fluctuating above the $6,400 price level, ETH — around $216.