Apr 03, 2019 at 09:19
VK Plans to Provide Crypto Services to its 97 Million Users
Russia’s version of Facebook, VKontakte (VK), is considering making its own cryptocurrency. Currently, the project is underway, though the final conclusion has not yet been reached. VK claims it has got more than 97 million lively monthly users.
Apr 01, 2019 at 16:57
China Supports Blockchain Tech but not Cryptocurrency
China’s attitude on distributed ledger technology (DLT) is in agreement with global policy trends. The country embraces blockchain technology but not cryptocurrency, according to the BITBLOCK monthly research report on “Chinese Blockchain Policy.”
Apr 01, 2019 at 09:45
CME Group: Bitcoin’s Finite Supply Challenges Crypto Regulators
The CEO of the foremost U.S. derivative market CME Group Terry Duffy revealed on March 25, that Bitcoin’s finite supply (limited amount) is a big challenge for regulators. This makes over 21 million Bitcoin (BTC) which will ever exist a totally different thing compared to the ever-growing money supply of now.
Search Engine Bing Blocked Over 5M Crypto Ads
In its report published on Monday, March 25 dubbed “Ad quality year in review 2018,” the Microsoft-owned advertisement platform and a web search engine – Bing – revealed that it blocked more than 5 million crypto-related ads.
Why Cryptocurrency & Banks are Inseparable
The coordination between banking institutions and cryptocurrency is still uncertain. Crypto exchanges don’t believe in creating connections with banks to avoid losing their identity, though sometimes its appears that they are inseparable.
U.S States Continue Their Journey Into Blockchain and Crypto
The state of Colorado in the U.S. continues becoming more friendly to blockchain technology and cryptocurrency with every day that passes. The state has officially signed a senate bill 19-023 to exempt digital currencies as securities, and will only be used for consumptive purposes.