Apr 07, 2017 at 16:17
Pay Taxes to Earn Merits, Cryptocurrency of The EU's Youngest Country
The micronation, located between Serbia and Croatia, will be celebrating its second anniversary next week. Zlatko Sucic, Liberland’s Commercial Attache to Serbia told to a correspondent from Coinidol.com about the country’s own form of cryptocurrency, called Merit and the way to get citizenship of the state.
Apr 07, 2017 at 13:02
Sanctions Against Russian Banks Joining The R3 Blockchain Consortium
R3 is not yet ready to accept Russian banks as members of the Blockchain consortium. The largest bank in Russia, Sberbank, wanted to join the R3 Blockchain consortium, however, R3 has made it clear that this application would be rejected due to sanctions.
Apr 04, 2017 at 10:47
Japanese Market Anticipating Benefit From Bitcoin Legalization
The Japanese market is looking forward to Bitcoin legalization as it promises numerous benefits for companies. The bill came into force on April 1st. And that is not an April’s Fool joke! Most market players believe these new rules will cause a significant boost to the Japanese economy as new regulations will make it easier for their customers to know what is legal, and what is not.
Mar 15, 2017 at 12:27
US Customs Agents Access Mobile Phones to Trap Bitcoin Information
The New US administration under Donald Trump has raised the Border security at customs points when entering the US. Customs agents are searching mobile phones and other electronic devices using a complex algorithm to establish what Bitcoin or any other security info may be contained on the gadget.
Feb 15, 2017 at 16:35
The Philippines To Regulate Bitcoin Activities
As Bitcoin become more powerful and more widespread day by day, many countries are now considering the best ways of harbouring the cryptocurrency. The Philippines is the latest country to consider guidelines that will shape the development of a regulatory standard for Bitcoin.
Feb 07, 2017 at 14:25
Russian Ombudsman Proposes Allowing Businesses to Have Bitcoin Accounts
The Commissioner under the President of Russia on the Rights of Entrepreneurs, Boris Titov, recently suggested allowing businesses in the Kaliningrad, a federal subject of the Russian Federation located on the coast of the Baltic Sea between Poland and Lithuania, to hold cryptocurrency accounts.