Cryptocurrency

Binance.com, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is revamping its internal policies and cracking down on wayward users. The Malta-based exchange announced Friday morning that it was reviewing user accounts to ensure they follow Binance’s terms of use and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures and will remove deposit and trading permissions for anyone in violation of its policies.
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Opacity focuses on privacy, security, and a familiar user experience. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, June 5, 2019 — Opacity Storage, a cryptographic file storage company, today announced the release of Opacity v1.0. The new product provides anonymous online file storage utilizing a crypto token payment system and a user friendly interface. No personal data such as
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Noted cybersecurity expert and eccentric crypto fan John McAfee has just launched a cryptocurrency trading platform. Dubbed “Magic,” the site is touted as allowing users to “trade cryptocurrencies on multiple exchanges within a single dashboard, automatically and manually.” Notably, the exchange appears to be non-custodial, with users crypto holdings remaining on eight other exchange platforms.
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Cryptocurrency data and indices provider CryptoCompare is working to make it easier to spot good, and bad, crypto exchanges. Announced Wednesday, the company has launched a benchmark ranking of over 100 active spot exchanges from across the globe, offering users a “comprehensive, granular and reliable source of information on the best trading venues.” CryptoCompare’s Exchange
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It helps the cryptocurrency sector when the broader world begins to utilize the digital assets’ underpinning technology. Of course, I’m talking about blockchain technology. Therefore, it’s a great push for the decentralized asset when technology giant Microsoft clearly becomes a huge advocate for blockchain. How is it an advocate? Well, it is reportedly making blockchain-based tools
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Bitcoin miners in China are increasingly looking for diversification out of the country because of the anticipated crypto mining ban, the Chinese government’s thoughtful position regarding cryptocurrency, and the increasing pressure from the ongoing trade war with the US. Squire Mining to Host 41,000 ASICs Canadian-based blockchain firm Squire Mining, a leading miner in the
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An experimental metric used to gauge the quantity and quality of activity on bitcoin’s network clocked a 28-week high last Saturday, signaling the cryptocurrency’s latest price rally may be more fundamentally driven than many expect. The Transaction Amount to Active Addresses Ratio (TAAR), first proposed by CoinDesk Contributor and Pugilist Ventures Founder Chris Brookins, divides bitcoin’s
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Multiple criminal investigative agencies within the U.S. are looking into the circumstances of the now-defunct Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX. According to a press release published Monday, the FBI, the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation division (IRS-CI), the U.S. Attorney General’s office for the District of Columbia and the Department of Justice’s Computer Crime and Intellectual
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Some weeks back, Facebook indicated that it was launching a cryptocurrency payment service called Project Libra. The company has had a series of talks with various e-commerce companies as well as financial firms seeking support for the payment service. The latest discussions involve the US Commodity and Futures Trading Commission regarding Facebook’s stable coin initiative: GlobalCoin.
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Bitcoin decoupled from traditional markets in May, rising more than $3,000. The cryptocurrency, currently at $8,300 on Bitstamp, is set to end higher for the fourth straight month with 60 percent gains. That is the longest monthly winning streak and the biggest monthly gain since August 2017. Notably, the leading cryptocurrency by market value has
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