Crypto Recap June 28: KuCoin Closes in Japan, Binance Opens in Uganda
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Out of respect to Japanese legislation requirements, KuCoin will close cryptocurrency trading services for all traders located in Japan. All the KYC verification requests sent from Japan will be rejected.
The Coinbase UK CEO has confirmed that support for GBP withdrawals and deposits will be rolled out over the next few weeks. In an interview with NewsBTC, he also said that Coinbase Custody has had a ‘lot of interest’...
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eBay and Foxconn are among the newest companies to join the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the largest open-source blockchain consortium.
The former bank employee turned developer doesn't want to say too much about his newest project, an effort he believes could soon help people living under one of the world's most oppressive monetary regimes.
That's because Shanghai-based Ontology, a project closely tied to the "smart economy" blockchain Neo, is expected to launch its live blockchain on June 30, a step that will find one of the top 20 crypto assets finally releasing its proprietary technology.
Binance, the largest exchange by volume according to CoinMarketCap, announced Thursday that it was starting a fiat-crypto trading pair with the Uganda shilling.
EOS is experiencing what might be considered a full-blown constitutional crisis.
The Bank of England's deputy governor for prudential regulation has warned banks about exposure to cryptocurrency-related assets in a new letter.
A report from the Financial Stability Committee (AFS) of the German Bundestag has found that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat to the country’s financial stability, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reports June 27.
Chinese private cybersecurity firm SlowMist has found a double-spending vulnerability in Tether(USDT) today, June 28.
South Korea’s top financial regulator has released a set of revised anti-money laundering (AML) guidelines for virtual currencies, according to a press release published this week.
Hacked South Korea crypto exchange Bithumb has lowered the estimated amount of money lost in the hack from 35 billion won (about $31 million) to 19 billion won (about $17 million).
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