Category: Bitcoin cash

Winklevoss Twins: Bitcoin Needs Regulation so Investors Don’t Get Burned

The crypto market hasn’t fully recovered from the effects of 2018’s “crypto winter,” with the Bitcoin price dipping below the $3,500 mark on Sunday before making a minor recovery. However, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, co-founders of crypto exchange Gemini, a…

Alt-Right Twitter Gab Spoke Too Soon: Square Account Now Deactivated

The declaration by free speech social network Gab that the firm was still allowed on Square’s bitcoin-friendly Cash App after being banned on other platforms may have been premature. This emerged after the social media platform that is occasionally referred t…

Regulators say new EU cryptoasset rules may be needed

Regulators have warned investors since 2013 they could lose their shirts by investing in virtual currencies such as Bitcoin and ether, or in initial coin offerings (ICOs) that raise money for companies in return for tokens. The European Banking Authority (EBA…

Regulators say new EU cryptoasset rules may be needed

New European Union rules may be needed to better protect consumers from cryptoasset risks, prevent money laundering and stop diverging national regulations from creating unfair competition, EU regulators said on Wednesday.

Thailand Opens Doors to Crypto, First Four Exchanges Approved by SEC

Divisions are forming across Asia with regards to cryptocurrencies. Some nations such as China are constantly stomping on anything to do with crypto assets but others, Thailand being the latest, are opening their digital doors to the fledgling industry. Thai …

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China: Anti-Crypto Central Bank Worried Cash Losing Relevance

According to a newly released report by the FT, the adoption of digital payment systems is increasing at such a rapid rate that the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) is concerned about the declining relevance of cash. An increasing number of merchants at tourist …