On January 21, the Bank of Russia received a call from an anonymous person who reported that their premises were rigged with explosives. Among other reasons, the criminal cited the possible ban on cryptocurrencies.
The head of the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) recently made remarks saying they expect a rise in cryptocurrency sam cases in the UK. In an interview with Financial Times, Max Hill QC, a CPS director of public prosecution said the authority predicts an uptick in the number of scams.
Billionaire investor Tim Draper revealed that Bitcoin is the currency of the Future and a superior currency. The venture capitalist investor revealed during an interview that Bitcoin frees people and provides a cheaper and better way to transfer money worldwide.
CCN is another project on the cryptocurrency market that is dead because of the wrong business model. That's the opinion of co-creator of the business model for CoinTelegraph and the founder of Coinidol, George Gor. In an interview he explains what they did wrong.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reveals in an interview with Jonathan Zittrain, a professor at Harvard, that he’s willing to put the login on the blockchain. Zuckerberg revealed that the technology could give the social media users sole powers when yielding and giving information access to third-party Apps.
The American-based leading financial services firm, Western Union, is now more than ready to start using cryptos for payments. Odilon Almeida, the president of Western Union, revealed in a video interview with Reuters Plus, that the financial institution has been evaluating and ascertaining the deployment of digital currency. They are further delving into ways through which the service delivery using distributed ledger technology (DLT) can be improved. Western Union, founded in 1851, operates in more than 200 nations across the globe.
The former Goldman Sachs partner & Galaxy Digital founder, Mike Novogratz, has revealed that he expects crypto to 'flip next year' in an interview conducted by Financial Times on Friday, November 23, 2018. Currently, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at around $4,300 after facing monthly low.