Many cryptocurrency exchanges have had problems with financial regulators in different countries. Some of them have had to shut down or move their operations to other countries. Others have been forced to look for ways to deal with supervisors and improve compliance.
The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Communications intends to examine whether or not to allow regulatory sandboxes related to blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based overseas remittances after the National Assembly Act (Special Act) on the reporting and use of certain financial transaction information passes the National Assembly.
Several people in the crypto industry have assumed that participation on social networks is swamped with communications which are neither organic nor coming from genuine human activity. According to the new research, social media bots are somehow misrepresenting and misleading the cryptocurrency story. We have two categories of inauthentic accounts on the media, and these are bots and fake accounts.
According to a new report by Delphi Digital, a cryptocurrency research & consulting company, dubbed “Entering the Ethereum: Long-Term Value Potential and Analysis,” some of the latent technical risks experienced by the smart-contracting platform are highlighted and concisely analyzed. The technical risks include the size of the blockchain, Infura centralization, cross-shard communications and code vulnerabilities.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in collaboration with the research University of Akron (UA) in Ohio, USA, just commenced a new research program that will investigate practical applications of Ethereum-based blockchain technology for space communication and navigation.
Maltese startup ySign has launched a token generation event to call for interested participants to help fund its new blockchain-based messaging application, set to become the latest entrant in the race to change the way modern communication takes place.Launched on 21st March, 2018, the token sale will run for six weeks, concluding on May 4th, 2018.
That Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation has put the idea of establishing a cryptocurrency exchange in the country out for consideration. The draft law will enable the government to declare and tax income of those who performed a cryptocurrency exchange.
Imagine a cost-free communication system that protects users’ privacy. A system where one never has to worry about network coverage, cost of roaming, and exorbitant data charges. Better yet, wouldn't it be awesome if users could even be rewarded for using the network?