Aug 18, 2019 at 11:28
Bitcentury Exchange to Launch in September and The First SIEO to Fully Boom in Community
Bitcentury, the world's first community-owned digital asset exchange, was launched by members of the Bitcoin communities and recently invested with an USD 8 million from the Black Hole Funds. Bitcentury has reached a strategic partnership with Genesis Capital, Dade Capital, Vector Capital, Crypto Capital and other agencies. It plans to start private beta testing at the end of August and launch in September, suring to surprise the digital asset market again.
Bitcoin Payments and Blockchain Tech Enters Banking Sector of Latin America
In an effort to enable effective transnational payments using the Bitcoin Blockchain, around 60 Latin American banking institutions where almost 20 million users are active customers of money management services, are now busy developing modern financial systems based on distributed ledger tech, and this will give the people of South American countries an option to make Bitcoin payments.
China is Ready to Launch a Central Bank Cryptocurrency
The world’s most populous country, China, is now more than willing to launch its new state-backed cryptocurrency, according to an official statement from the People’s Bank of China (PBOC). With its population of over 1.4 billion people, if every Chinese decides to use this new stablecoin and may be one more token, the market for cryptocurrencies will see a major boost.
Difference Between Cloud Mining and Pools
Cloud mining provides an established system to mine a digital asset like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc. without installing all the hardware and other necessary equipment. There are some firms which enable people to create accounts with them and go ahead to take part in the practice of mining for a simple cost. The practice enables the process to be globally accessible by massive participants. There are so far 3 models including hosted, virtual host and leased hashing power.
Apple, Citi, JPMorgan, BofA are Against Bitcoin Purchases
Several credit card firms have started forbidding Bitcoin and cryptocurrency purchases with various decent reasons. This very week, Apple Inc. in collaboration with two American multinationals financial services firms Mastercard Incorporated and Goldman Sachs Group, officially rolled out a new card providing customers 3% cash-back (discount) on products and services bought directly from Apple, and 2% discount on any products bought using Apple Pay – Apple’s electronic wallet service - and 1% on other related transactions.
Bakkt: ICE-Backed Cryptocurrency Startup to Launch Two Bitcoin Futures in Q3 of 2019
The beta-testing of Bitcoin futures contract for ICE-backed cryptoasset trading platform Bakkt was carried out successfully, as per the press release from Mr. Adam White, the COO of Bakkt. The platform has industriously launched customer acceptance testing for its cryptocurrency futures traded and cleared at Intercontinental Exchange Futures US and ICE Clear US respectively.