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    55,000 people signed a petition in South Korea against proposed crypto ban

    According to TrustNodes, anger is in the air in South Korea after a shambolic episode started by Justice Minister Park Sang-ki who told a press conference in no unclear terms: “The ministry is preparing legislation that basically bans any transactions based on a virtual currency through the trading floor. We have grave concerns about (the craze over) […] More

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    Discover the first Source-Level DAO platform – ELLCRYS

    Current web service providers limit organization accounts to only support a single owner who is granted unlimited access to add and remove users and manage the account and all resources. We see this in services like Github, Stripe, Heroku and thousands more. This kind of account or organization structure cannot work for future decentralized organizations […] More

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    CFTC event could boost ETH prices on Wednesday

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is not the hero investors asked for, but it’s the one they got when Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo testified before the Senate Banking Committee. Giancarlo struck a bullish tone on cryptocurrencies, saying that regulators should “do no harm” to private sector innovation. He presented himself and his colleague, SEC […] More

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    Litecoin Is the Second-Most Popular Cryptocurrency on the Dark Web

    Litecoin is the second-most popular cryptocurrency among vendors that operate on the Dark Web, according to recent research. Recorded Future analyzed 150 message boards, marketplaces and illicit services on the Dark Web and determined that 30 percent of these vendors currently accept Litecoin as an alternative payment system. Not far behind is Dash, another form of […] More

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    Ripple lands largest Middle East client in UAE Exchange

    UAE Exchange has become the latest money transfer brand to join the RippleNet network to speed up the processing of remittance transfers across the Middle East and Asia. Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, UAE Exchange has more than 9,000 employees in over 40 countries, with particular emphasis on India where over 40% of its offices and […] More

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    The European Union does not intend to regulate Bitcoin

    According to CCN, a high ranking European Union official has dismissed suggestions of the EU looking at regulating bitcoin markets and exchanges. In an interview with Bloomberg, Pierre Moscovici – European Union Commissioner for economic, financial affairs, taxation and customs, played down talk of supposed EU-wide bitcoin regulations while revealing the EU’s view of the cryptocurrency. […] More

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