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Hodler’s Digest, June 18-24: Square Receives the Illusive BitLicense, Bithumb Hacked in this Week of Crypto Ups and Downs

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Top Stories This Week Leading South Korean Crypto Exchange Bithumb Hacked For $30 Mln In Crypto Bithumb, which has fallen from 6th to 10th place for cryptocurrency exchanges worldwide by trading volume, has had about $30 million worth of cryptocurrencies stolen in an apparent hack. Bithumb has temporarily suspended all deposits and payments, noting that Read More

Shopin ICO-Syndicate Hacks Shows Danger Of Trust

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Large scale thefts usually involve an exchange or a bug in a smart contract. While individual hacks are common, they don’t tend to make news because, by their nature, they only affect one person. But one alleged hack of an individual is affecting an entire ICO, its participants and it has shed some light on Read More

EOS Blockchain Back Up and Running Again After Yesterday’s ‘Pause’

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The recently launched EOS blockchain has resumed operations today, June 17, after “pausing” due to technical issues on June 16, according to the EOS network monitor. The EOS network monitor is currently showing that EOS block producers (BPs) – the equivalent of miners on the Bitcoin blockchain – are “producing right now.” Yesterday, multiple sources Read More

Quantstamp Defends QSP, Says Dollars, Ether Accepted Out of ‘Necessity’

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A week after Quantstamp community members began accusing the smart contracts auditing startup of undermining the value of its $65 million token, the company responded with a statement on Thursday. As previously reported by CoinDesk, for at least the past week, Quantstamp token holders have been alleging that the company misled them by accepting U.S. Read More

Regulations Round-Up: CFTC Rejects FOIA Request, SEC Not Modifying Securities Laws

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Regulation In recent regulatory news, the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has rejected a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request regarding the subpoenas recently received by Bitfinex and Tether; the United States Securities and Exchanges (SEC) Chairman, Jay Clayton, has indicated that the regulator will not alter existing securities legislation to cater to Read More

Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: New Tech and a Quick Way to Make a Fortune in Crypto

3 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: New Tech and a Quick Way to Make a Fortune in Crypto
The Daily The most important thing about bitcoin is the new freedom-enhancing innovations that the technology enables, but we know that’s not what everyone is looking for these days. So in today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief we also feature a surefire way to make a quick fortune in cryptocurrency. Also Read: Coinmint to Invest up Read More

Hodler’s Digest, May 28-June 3: South Korea Get Back Into Crypto, China Embraces Blockchain

3 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on Hodler’s Digest, May 28-June 3: South Korea Get Back Into Crypto, China Embraces Blockchain
Coming every Sunday, the Hodler’s Digest will help you to track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions, and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week South Korea Contemplates Lifting ICO Ban South Korea Read More

South Korea To Legalize Domestic ICOs

3 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on South Korea To Legalize Domestic ICOs
On May 29th, the local Korean Media reported that the National Assembly proposed a plan to legalize domestic ICOs. South Korea’s Assembly presented the plan to the government, which was further discussed at a general meeting of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” on Monday, May 28th. This decision comes against the backdrop of the South Korean Read More