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PR: Credits.Energy – New Revolutionary Cryptocurrency with Mobile Mining App Aims to Support Renewable Energy and Sustainable Projects

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. CRED (CX) is a new state of the art universal cryptocurrency with its own mobile app that is dedicated to supporting renewable energy and solving the pesky issues posed by other cryptocurrencies. Denver, CO. March 2018. A new unique cryptocurrency is set […]

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South Korean Exchange Paying Users to Report Illegal Crypto Schemes

The Kakao-backed cryptocurrency exchange Upbit has launched a system to reward users for identifying fraudulent multi-level schemes related to cryptocurrencies. The exchange has already identified and reported 20 such schemes to the police. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With 7 Cryptocurrencies Reporting Illegal Schemes South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Upbit has invited all of its users to use its new system aimed at identifying multi-level, illegal scams posing as cryptocurrencies or initial coin offering (ICO) tokens. Upbit wrote in its announcement recently that the […]

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Markets Update: Cryptocurrency Prices Begin to Sink Once Again

Cryptocurrency prices have dropped considerably over the past 48 hours since our last markets update. Currently, the entire digital asset ecosystem has lost more than $32 billion since that time, and BTC/USD values have once again dipped under the $8K range.   Also Read: 80,000 New Merchants in Europe Gain Option to Accept Crypto BTC Sees Another Drop Below $8,000 USD Traders are seeing quite a bit of bearish sentiment within cryptocurrency markets as more than 60 percent of the top digital assets are seeing losses. BTC/USD markets […]

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Crypto Regulator CFTC Chairman Takes Funding Cuts “Incredibly Personally”

The United States’ Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has received a $1 million USD budget cut. The announcement has come following the CFTC Chairman, Christopher Giancarlo requested an increase in the regulator’s budget of 12 percent. Also Read: 80,000 New Merchants in Europe Gain Option to Accept Crypto CFTC Request For Funding Increase Answered With Budget Cut It has been reported that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission has received a $1 million dollar cut to its approximately $250 million budget. The agency appears to have taken significant offense […]

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Bank of Korea Poll: 40% of Young Adults Enthusiastic About Cryptocurrency

The Korean central bank has released the results of its nationwide poll which includes information about cryptocurrency acceptance. Among 25,011 poll participants, 40% of young adults are eager to possess cryptocurrencies, according to local media. Also read: Japan’s DMM Bitcoin Exchange Opens for Business With 7 Cryptocurrencies Korean Central Bank’s Crypto Poll The Bank of Korea (BOK) announced the results of its poll on the means of payment on Tuesday. It was conducted on 25,011 adults aged 19 and older nationwide from September to November of last year, […]

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Russian, Chinese, Korean Associations to Sue Internet Giants Over Banned Crypto Ads

Cryptocurrency and blockchain associations from Russia, China and South Korea plan to file a class action against internet corporations banning crypto ads. The lawsuit will challenge restrictions imposed by Facebook, Google, Twitter and Yandex. An agreement to take the matter to court in the US has been reached at a crypto conference in Moscow. Also read: Lawsuit Challenges Google’s Ban on Crypto Ads in Russia Cartel Collusion and Abuse of Power The lawsuit will be filed in a US jurisdiction in May by the newly founded Eurasian […]

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Twitter Abruptly Bans Cryptocurrency Ads — Beginning Today

Twitter is a fast player. Less than two weeks ago, the social media giant announced it was developing new policies which would lead to the eventual ban of cryptocurrency and ICO-related advertisements on its platform. Bitcoin enthusiasts everywhere likely figured they had a little time to spare, as the changes weren’t expected to take effect until sometime in April at the earliest. In addition, it was reported that Twitter would also be banning ads for cryptocurrency exchanges, though there would allegedly be exceptions to the rule. Executive […]

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Students Use Loans to Fund Cryptocurrency Investment: Study

On March 22, 2018, a report was released by the Student Loan Study that raised a few eyebrows across the space. A survey of 1,000 college students with student debt were asked the simple question: Have you ever used student loan money to invest in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin? The results were astounding with 21.2 percent answering in the affirmative.   Although the details of the methodology used in the survey have been kept relatively vague and leave questions as to whether the subset selected could provide a […]

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Twitter Confirms Restrictions on ICOs and Cryptocurrency Token Sale Ads

Twitter has confirmed the reports from earlier this month that it will ban ads for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) all around the world. From now on any project that is conducting a token sale will only be allowed to run ads on the social network if it can prove it is legally regulated in the targeted country. Wallets and exchanges will also have a high bar to cross. Also Read: Misleading Cryptocurrency ”Partnership” Announcements Are Getting Ridiculous Twitter Restrictions Social networking service Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) has updated its […]

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Germany’s Tourism Board Accepts Bitcoin Payments

The German National Tourism Board has announced that it accepts cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin for its services. The organization promotes German travel destinations with offices in 32 countries around the world. GNTB also intends to implement blockchain technologies in its finances. “We want to be a global innovation driver in the tourism industry,” its chairperson recently stated.   Also rear: 80,000 New Merchants in Europe Gain Option to Accept Crypto Accepting Bitcoin to Drive Innovation Services offered by the German National Tourism Board (GNTB) can now be […]

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