Nina Lyon

Nina Lyon is a writer and a journalist of Bitcoin-related articles and reviews. She first worked on crypto-currency news in 2013 when was asked to make a small review of “what is Bitcoin” for children. She enjoys hiking, singing and investigating development of digital currency.

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Oct 23, 2020 at 11:28
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Anti-terrorist Squad in Latvia Prevented Two Killings and Theft of Cryptocurrency
The anti-terrorist squad and state police of Riga, Latvia, have arrested a man who was planning to kidnap and kill two people to steal their cryptocurrencies worth half a million euros.
Oct 15, 2020 at 13:56
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Bank of Russia Confirms its Study on Digital Ruble
The digital ruble should become the digital currency of the Russian Central Bank, and have all the necessary to perform the functions of money, stated the regulator in its latest report.
Sep 30, 2020 at 10:24
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Twitter Plans to Switch to a Public Blockchain Platform, Jack Dorsey Reveals
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, has recently revealed that the company has created a special team who will be working on designing a public blockchain platform and open Twitter protocol, calling it “a future” for Twitter.
Sep 29, 2020 at 12:03
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Ukraine Rolls Out Cybercrime Bill That Defines Illegal Use Of Cryptocurrencies
The authorities of Ukraine have recently rolled out a new bill combating cybercrime that also describes the procedure for the confiscation of cryptocurrencies obtained illegally.
Sep 28, 2020 at 12:02
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The Ministry of Finance of Russia Wants Cryptocurrency Users To Declare Their Wallets and Transaction
The Ministry of Finance of Russia has recently represented an update for the regulation of cryptocurrencies. Their new proposal includes an obligation for all Russian cryptocurrency holders to declare transactions on cryptocurrency and reporting on holding cryptocurrency wallets.
Sep 18, 2020 at 09:06
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Why Are Banks So Eager To Shift To A Cashless Society?
These days, the banking industry is calling on their users to use digital banking payments instead of cash. According to research, some of the more economically developed countries, like Sweden and UK, will move to a cashless society by 2020. However, why are banks so eager to call on their customers to stop using cash?
Jul 23, 2020 at 09:27
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Forecast Works Well: Blockchain Is Being Widely Adopted
It seems the optimism and enthusiasm about the adoption of blockchain have been growing as more and more industries explore the potential of this nascent technology.
Mar 13, 2020 at 09:22
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Poisonous Cocktail for BTC Price: Oil, PlusToken Scam, Coronavirus, Bitcoin Halving
Multiple Bitcoin price falls on March 12 to $6,040 USD and another fall on March 13 to new lows of $4,563 totaled a 40% price decline in just 24 hours. Both falls were caused by massive and continuous Bitcoin sales.
Jul 20, 2019 at 10:46
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Former EXMO Analyst Pavel Lerner On His Kidnapping, Security, and New Job
In late 2017, the lead analyst of cryptocurrency exchange EXMO, Pavel Lerner, was kidnapped in Ukraine. On December 26th, men wearing dark-colored clothes and balaclavas forced him into a car and drove away. Lerner resurfaced only three days later, having paid a ransom to the kidnappers.
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