South Korean authorities continue discussing the possibility of reallowing ICOs within the country. The final decision is going to be revealed in November 2018.
Bitcoin futures company is said to reopen withdrawals after being accused of having violated a number of U.S. securities laws.
The famed U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange is seeking a legal approval for its services from Japanese authorities praising relatively hush industry oversight for highly secure business environment.
Effective from November 1, the cost of issuing new passports is 2 Petros while that for the extension will be 1 Petro, said Venezuelan vice president Delcy Rodriguez
Dubai is to become the world’s first city that provides its residents with an opportunity to enjoy blockchain-based payment solutions.
The SEC has set a new deadline till the October end for public comments after which the securities agency will start reviewing the proposed rule changes.
A growing number of banks have started to understand the power fo digital assets in moving money across the borders in a fast, cheap, and transparent manner.
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro officially announced the public sale of the controversial national cryptocurrency Petro, which is set on November 5.
South Korea will consider a possibility to open up the road to Initial Coin Offerings through easing the country’s legislation.
According to the report published by the Wall Street Journal, the current major problem of the crypto market is using bots, which manipulate prices of digital cryptocurrencies.