Japan doesn't accept stablecoins, Ripple 'hires' Google, TravelbyBit announces BNB integration, South Korea wants to stop ICO ban
Bitfinex halts fiat deposits, Zaif pays back, India to launch its crypto, eToro cuts crypto costs, Liquid goes live, Vitalik Buterin vs. Nouriel Roubini, Blythe Masters's prediction, Google fails
Ubisoft joins Blockchain Game Alliance, investors are not interested in crypto, IMF talks about financial crash, Poloniex removes margin trading, El Petro WP may be plagiarized
New COO of BitMEX, study on ICO by BitMEX Research, Google fights against malicious extensions, Coinbase will become the most expensive startup, Coke for BTC, Huobi plans to transfer on public chain, Binance Labs invests in Contentos
In an October 1 blog post, Google announced its plans to further tighten policy changes to prevent malicious extensions from propagating in the Chrome Web Store
Circle launches its own stablecoin, Bitmain files for an IPO, Ethereum is potentially able to scale without using Plasma or sharding. All these news — in our weekly digest
Ripple’s co-founder sells-off tokens, Google reverses ban on crypto ads, Coinbase changes its listing policy, Red Belly Blockchain speeds up, Monero patches 'burning bug'
With the blockchain and cryptocurrencies swiftly slipping into the life of common people, the digital world is booming at its fastest pace.
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!
Matthew Di Ferrante, a developer at Ethereum Foundation, talks about the real use case of blockchains. To give our readers a perspective on this matter, Finrazor further provides an overview of current adoption of blockchains at enterprise level.
Why it's hard for countries to adopt blockchain, Ukraine proposes tax on crypto income, Colorado as a 'blockchain hub', Google search can predict BTC price, Bangkok police arrested crypto fraudster, Binance wants a lot for token listing
Ethereum is being shorted by crypto funds like never before, new Bitcoin ETFs, McAfee's challenge and the test of Lightning Network — all in this weekly digest
Google has been among the last to hold out and not provide a blockchain offering. However, it has recently partnered with Digital Asset to enhance the Google Cloud Platform through blockchain
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
Binance supports centralized exchanges, regulation is necessary, Augur is in Top, Bitfinex uses Market Synergy, Aeternity partners Papers.ch, South Korean Lotte Global Logistics joins blockchain, Google missed the chance
All in this week’s news digest: Google Trends isn’t the leading indicator for Bitcoin, Bitfinex survives a cyber attack, Bitcoin Gold will improve its security, 94,000 BTC were found and $1,1 billion worth of crypto was stolen, Putin says 'no' & other news.
The digital currency's price has dropped by roughly 50% this year, trading near $7,500 Monday.
Iran coin, Error in EOS, IOTA and Kontrol Energy partnership, France lowers tax, Bitcoin.com fixes its webpage, Sharding is coming, South Korea explores crypto industry, Alexis Ohanian's prediction, Telegram abandons public sale, Ripple faces UK Parliament, Google adds BigInt to V8, IMF report, Goldman Sachs will trade BTC, Cardano and Ethiopia partnership
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