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The regulation of banking is inevitable. Bobby Lee, CEO of bitcoin exchange BTCC delivered a speech on Blockchain Week London about possible market regulations by People’s Bank in China. According to Lee, such changes are needed due to the growth of the cryptocurrency’s popularity in a country and introducing transaction fees by Chinese exchanges BTCC, Huobi and OkCoin. The PBoC is also concerned about subverting currency regulations and getting money out of the country. Bobby Lee stated: “I have confidence of that regulations because fundamentally I think bitcoin exchanges need it.”
Dating platform on Blockchain. Matchpool is a multi-tier platform allowing anyone to create and then monetize a matchmaking service. The platform will host pools using its dedicated token, Guppies (GUP), and smart contracts. In interview to Cointelegraph, founder Yonatan Ben Shimon told “My vision is that Matchpool will create millions of matches between people that are like each other and will make them happier”.
The new malware. Cyren, an Internet security service provider, has discovered а malware that steals passwords and cryptocurrencies from e-wallets. The malware is a keylogger that is carried as an attachment to emails. Once the attachment opens , the malware can record everything the victim types on keyboard. The malware is focused on the long list of currencies including Bitcoin, Namecoin, Litecoin and others.
E-Dinar in leaders’ triad at the YoBit exchange ! Popular stock exchange also provides information about the course of E-Dinar Coin going up by 2.4% with the trading volume of 328.7 ВTC. E-Dinar Coin shares leading positions with currencies Putin Coin and Trump Coin.
South Korea chooses bitcoin. CEO of Korean bitcoin exchange Korbit Tony Lyu talked to bitcoin.com about the country’s adoption of bitcoin. According to Tony Lyu, bitcoin can be easily bought in Korea and remittance companies are already using cryptocurrencies. Additionally, a lot of expats are using Korbit to take an advantage of bitcoin for international transactions. Tony Lyu added: "I expect Korean bitcoin adoption to outpace the most other countries in 2017 year."
Digital currencies and blockchain on seminar in the Emirates. The UAE Ministry of Finance (MoF) and International Monetary Fund (IMF) will organize a IMF Dubai Fintech Summit, where virtual currencies and the applications of blockchain technology will be discussed. Obaid Humaid Al Tayer, Minister of State for Financial Affairs in the Emirates revealed: "The seminar will cover a number of important topics including virtual currencies and the underlying distributed ledgers through blockchain technology."