Tag: Monero

US House Of Representatives Passes Bill Against Illegal Crypto Use

After the US Secret Services request for help in putting a stop to illegal activities involving cryptos, The US House of Representatives has unanimously...

Pornhub Adds ZenCash (ZEN) And TRON (TRX) To List Of Crypto-Payment...

After adding Verge (XVG) earlier this year in April, one of the largest websites in adult entertainment, Pornhub, announced that it will now add...

Altcoins This Week: Hollywood Takes On Cryptos, Denver News Outlet In...

Cycle Your Way to Wealth With 50cycles Have you ever looked out the window on a rainy morning and thought, “I wouldn’t cycle to work...

One Step Forward And Two Steps Back For Blockchain In Ireland?

  Just weeks after Ireland Inc announced the new platform Blockchain Ireland backed by government bodies such as the IDA, Enterprise Ireland and even the...

Cryptojacking For Good: Groundbreaking Examples

by David Balaban In-browser mining triggered revolutionary changes in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. It used to be that the routine of spawning new virtual coins was...

HitBTC Halts Services To Japan Amidst Tangle With Regulators

In an effort to avoid legal issues with Japan's financial regulators, the Hong Kong-based HitBTC crypto exchange has announced that it will suspend its...

A Complete Guide To Monero Trading

by Claus Jensen  Cryptocurrencies are recognized for many things such as its decentralization, security, anonymity, privacy, etc. Even though there many cryptocurrencies present in the market,...

Bithumb Puts A Stop To Trading In 11 Countries

South Korea's largest crypto exchange, Bithumb, has banned trading in 11 countries around the world due to money laundering concerns. Monday's announcement stated that...

South Korean Korbit Revokes Support For Five Cryptos

South Korean crypto exchange, Korbit, announces that it will no longer support five cryptocurrencies. The excluded currencies are Dash (DASH), Steem (STEEM), Zcash (ZEC),...

The Real Reason Japan Is Using Crypto Exchanges To Fight Cybercrime

by David Drake The financial regulator in Japan is working quietly to reduce cybercrime associated with cryptocurrencies. The Financial Services Agency (FSA) is hoping to...
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