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Crypto Recap July 3: Market Retraces After Recent Bounce

Author: CoinLive News Team Jul 4, 2018 at 04:57

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Microsoft Launches Enterprise Blockchain Partnership in Taiwan

Microsoft Taiwan has entered a partnership with Digital China and Hot Cool in the hope that the three companies can use blockchain technology to improve the financial, e-commerce, entertainment, and other industries.

Founders of Alleged $211 Million Turcoin Ponzi Scheme Arrested

The founders of the allegedly fraudulent cryptocurrency Turcoin have been arrested after the scheme was revealed last month to be an apparent Ponzi scheme.

New Study Shows Biggest Hurdle For Cryptocurrencies Is Purchasing Process

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International Task Force Notes Use of Cryptocurrencies in Financial Crime

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced Monday that a new joint force of tax enforcement authorities will combat international and transnational tax crimes - including cybercrimes facilitated through cryptocurrencies.

Court Says India's Crypto Exchange Bank Account Ban Will Continue

India's highest court has declined to end a ban enacted by the national central bank that bars the country's crypto exchanges from doing business with regulated financial firms.

Crypto Markets Hold Recent Gains, Bitcoin Gaining Momentum Over $6,500 Price Point

Crypto markets are consolidating their recent gains, today, July 3, as data from Coin360 shows, with Bitcoin (BTC) trading above $6,500. Markets took an upswing starting June 30...

Hong Kong Continues Taking Regulatory Action, Hopes to Become International Blockchain Hub

On June 27, Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) declared in their annual report that they will “keep a close watch” on crypto and Initial Coin Offerings (ICO). 

Japanese Financial Services Agency to Change Crypto Exchange Regulations

Japanese financial regulator the Financial Services Agency (FSA) is considering to change the legal basis for how it regulates cryptocurrency exchanges, local media Sankei reports July 3.



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