Sep 09, 2018 at 11:29
South Korea Starts Training Course on Blockchain Tech for its Residents
South Korean authorities have decided to establish a blockchain course to help boost development of distributed ledger technology in the country. After an intensive study of the matter, forty-two residents will be immediately set up for a job on the domestic market.
Libellum: Offering Instant Supplier Verification Through Blockchain Technology
Hong Kong-based IT company Libellum Ltd has announced the launch of its innovative new supplier verification, product certification, and compliance platform. Libellum aims to make purchasing from China as secure as possible by blockchain technology as well as partnering with the world’s largest third-party testing companies. E-commerce and Third Party sellers are growing rapidly and the need for verified suppliers is growing exponentially, as many buyers fall victim to the scams of illegitimate suppliers.
Chinese Police Arrested Over 540 Individuals involved in Online Crypto Betting worth $1.5 Billion
The Chinese police in the Guangdong city have confined hundreds of people in online gambling platforms which enabled betting with over $1.5 billion in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum. A law enforcement operation that involved 21 strong public security authorities in the city of Guangdong has battled football gambling during the Russia world cup football competition which resulted in the massive arrest of 540 people that were suspected of managing online gambling rings.
Crypto Mining: More than 200 Computers Seized by Chinese Police
Chinese police in Anhui Province have captured over 200 computers used to mine Ethereum and Bitcoin cryptocurrencies after a man tried to defraud the electricity company to escape the bills he used to power his operation, the Xinhua news agency reported on June 22.