Updates on Shift Card, Bank of Lithuania and ETF rules in Indonesia, police to tackle some crimes in Canada India and Turkey, IIT Bombay to join Ripple's UBRI, UAE waste permit portal on blockchain, Germany's interest and Spain's skepticism, Oracle for Czech SDK.finance
Zcash unveiled an already fixed vulnerability, US presidential candidate McAfee the debtor, QuadrigaCX seeking protection and justice, Kraken's new partnership, evidence of BTC decentralization improvements, rumors as for Bakkt, a bunch of news from Ripple and Telegram TON updates
The story continues. As Gerald Cotten, Co-Founder of crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, is the only person allegedly said to hold the keys for the exchange’s cold wallet, his sudden death made inaccessible its $137 mln worth of crypto. The exchange heads to court appealing for creditor protection
Startups in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, natural integration of crypto into Switzerland's banking system, Jamaica's JSE and securities, more crypto exchanges news: South Korea and Cayman Islands as newsmakers, Malta's MFSA scam 'scanner', fund for blockchain integration in Uzbekistan, Kik against SEC trial
We at Finrazor present list of countries and updates on the legality of cryptocurrencies, updated for the fourth quarter of 2018 (full list: https://finrazor.com/trending/country)
No crypto Rupee, fake e-Krona, Bank of England and Ripple as longstanding partners, discrimination against Petro, Bakkt, the finale of BitMEX for USA and Quebec, state of BTC in Canada inquiries
Crimea and international trading center, Estonia licensing crypto products, CBDC to lessen risks for cross-border payments, Canada's and Romania's regulation ideas, SWIFT expelling Central Bank of Iran, Catalonia to vote via a blockchain, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia and China on digital currencies
RBI denies acceptance of cryptos, SEC to reconsider Bitcoin ETFs, Canada sees first Bitcoin Fund, EU lawmaker to embed regulations to ICOs, South Korea calls for International Laws for cryptos and ICOs, Australia to study threats related to cryptos
Crypto and blockchain blooming in Russia, Waves tries to make partnerships all around the world, a first concept for ETH sharding is written — in this weekly digest!
Turkish stock exchange applies blockchain, Belgium offers ICO regulation, new deadline for Visa crypto cards issue, Greek's big plans for BTC-ATMs, an opinion of representative from the Royal Bank of Canada on Goldman Sachs's policy, and Kraken's assurances on its stability
Unocoin suspends withdrawals, Weiss puts Ripple ahead, Brian Kelly's opinion, Malta launches two-way crypto ATM, Canadians own BTC for investment purposes, BitFunder founder is accused, cryptoads are available, Tron acquires BitTorrent
A new decentralized era for NEO, Block.one getting new investments, a lot of talks about Ethereum and the failure of Kodak-associated miner — all in this weekly digest.
A new web browser with crypto wallet, a new blockchain-powered phone, extreme centralization of Bcash, many bullish and bearish predictions and new regulations — all in today's weekly digest
CNBC talks about Bitcoin, Canadian crypto owners has doubled, Finland says crypto is a fallacy, Coinsquare launches in Japan, India may stop crypto ban, South Korea proposes crypto laws, Ripple hires a new vice president, Iran is forced to use blockchain
South Korea, Robert Shiller, GoldMint, the Muslim community, Brad Garlinghouse, Canada, Brazil
Let's take a look at the most significant news that has recently affected the digital asset markets.