Crypto Recap July 10: Crypto Markets Back to Monthly Lows
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Tuesday, July 10: crypto markets have taken a deep plunge today, after a week of relatively stable growth. All but one of the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market cap are in the red...
Augur, a decentralized prediction market platform, has successfully launched after being in development for over 2 years.
Using digital currencies synonymously with the term cryptocurrencies, a paper published by the Bank of Finland and written by one of its advisors argues that cryptocurrencies aren't real forms of money.
A Los Angeles bitcoin trader was sentenced Monday to one year in federal prison after she admitted to operating an unlawful money transmission business.
While over 4,000 ICO projects have managed to raise a combined total of around $12 billion to date – and most since January 2017 – a majority of them fail within four months of their token sales, a new study suggests.
A few lucky merchants now have one less obstacle to accepting bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network.
A vice governor of the People's Bank of China (PBoC) has again issued strong statements against initial coin offerings (ICOs), singling out those that have moved overseas, but are still marketing to investors in China.
Ledger, one of the leading security-focused hardware wallet suppliers, has sold more than one million hardware crypto wallets in 2017, earning a profit of $29 million, the firm said in an interview with Forbes July 9.
On July 9, the decentralized crypto platform Bancor was compromised. The hackers managed to drain over $23 million worth of crypto.
The EU Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive came into force yesterday, July 9, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch reports July 10. Measures within the directive will set a new legal framework...
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