Crypto Recap July 5: South Korea Will Officially Legalize Cryptos
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South Korea plans to categorize cryptocurrency exchanges as legal entities in a move that will lay a solid and formal foundation for the legitimacy of crypto and blockchain technology.
IBM has signed a five-year AU$1 billion ($740 million) deal with the Australian government to use blockchain and other new technologies to improve data security, Bloomberg reports Thursday, July 5.
According to court documents filed July 3, YouTube has been added as a defendant in a class action lawsuit against BitConnect.
Amsterdam-based speed trader Flow Traders NV has entered the cryptocurrency market despite the warnings of the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) ...
Europe's largest trader of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) is now entering the crypto world.
The Indian National Congress (INC) party, the largest political party in the nation, is accusing the ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) of money laundering through bitcoin.
Bittrex, a U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange platform, and invest.com, a fintech startup based in London, are set to launch a new EU-focused crypto trading platform.
Gravity-defying might be the best way to describe the "ethos" token market this week.
No, that’s not a direct quote, but it more or less sums up international banking chief Agustín Carstens’ thoughts on cryptocurrency, both as a technological development and an economic pursuit.
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