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Kazakhstan Welcomes Cryptocurrency Miners, While China is Losing Millions
Jul 22, 2021 at 12:17
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Kazakhstan Welcomes Cryptocurrency Miners, While China is Losing Millions
As the saying goes "one man's trash is another man's treasure", China has kicked out 90% of Bitcoin miners, but the rest of the world seems to be benefiting from the move. Kazakhstan is now reaping the benefits of crypto miners fleeing China, while Beijing continues to lose revenue and vital technology.
Limitations Imposed by the Central Bank of Belarus Could Drive Users to Cryptocurrency
Jul 19, 2021 at 12:39
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Limitations Imposed by the Central Bank of Belarus Could Drive Users to Cryptocurrency
Belarus Central Bank is imposing new restrictions on foreign currency transactions in response to EU sanctions. Such a move could create complications for citizens and push them to seek alternatives such as cryptocurrencies.
Cryptocurrency Money Laundering Thrives in the UK; $408 Million Already Laundered
Jul 15, 2021 at 09:15
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Cryptocurrency Money Laundering Thrives in the UK; $408 Million Already Laundered
Since the UK began hunting money launderers, British police have managed to seize over $408 million (£294 million) worth of illegal cryptocurrencies. This shows that the general situation with money laundering using cryptocurrencies in the United Kingdom is alarming.
Heading to a Blockchain-Backed Future: Australia Pours Fresh $4.2 Million into Blockchain Pilot Project
Jul 14, 2021 at 12:50
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Heading to a Blockchain-Backed Future: Australia Pours Fresh $4.2 Million into Blockchain Pilot Project
The Australian government is working its way from traditional to blockchain technology. The Morrison government keeps pouring funds into blockchain research. On July 13, it announced fresh funding of AU $5.6 million, about $4.2 million to support the two mega blockchain pilot projects that will put Australia on the path to blockchain development.
Inside China's Crypto Mining Industry Crackdown: What Exactly Makes Beijing Ban Operations?
Jun 30, 2021 at 12:24
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Inside China's Crypto Mining Industry Crackdown: What Exactly Makes Beijing Ban Operations?
Although China has cracked down on cryptocurrencies in recent years, it remains the largest bitcoin mining country in the world, with more than 65% of the total hashrate.
Cryptocurrency Investment in India Grow up Nearly 20% Amid Regulatory Hostility
Jun 30, 2021 at 10:36
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Cryptocurrency Investment in India Grow up Nearly 20% Amid Regulatory Hostility
India is leading the way in cryptocurrency investment over the past 12 months, despite tough regulatory threats in the country. Investment in digital currencies began to rise in the middle of last year (2020) as the Kovid 19 pandemic spread at a rapid pace.
Falling from Grace: Iran Changed its Stance on Cryptocurrency Mining and Began Hunting Miners
Jun 24, 2021 at 11:22
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Falling from Grace: Iran Changed its Stance on Cryptocurrency Mining and Began Hunting Miners
Iran has long been known as a crypto-friendly nation, but in the recent past it has changed its view towards this emerging industry. Currently, authorities in Iran are in the process of arresting bitcoin and cryptocurrency miners on a large scale. The move is a threat to the entire cryptocurrency industry as it cripples its planned growth.
Winter Olympics Tickets to Be Sold for State-issued CBDC Digital Yuan
Jun 11, 2021 at 14:28
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Winter Olympics Tickets to Be Sold for State-issued CBDC Digital Yuan
In a move to test its state-owned CBDC dubbed e-CNY, China has given away digital red envelopes embodying its prototype CBDC in Beijing and Shanghai to test the digital yuan (e-CNY). Reportedly, the Winter Olympics (WO) vendors will also allow e-CNY for payments.
Uzbekistan Making Partnerships to Boost Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Community
Jun 10, 2021 at 14:02
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Uzbekistan Making Partnerships to Boost Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Community
There are several efforts onboard aiming at developing the decentralized ledger technology (DLT), blockchain and cryptocurrency industry in a Central Asian state and former Soviet republic, Uzbekistan.
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