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Uber hires a cricket superstar to show India it’s not going anywhere

4 weeks ago admin2 Comments Off on Uber hires a cricket superstar to show India it’s not going anywhere
Till just a few months ago, talk of a possible merger between Uber and its fierce Indian rival, Ola, was rife. But the American cab hailing service has clearly decided to ride solo. In the second week of June, Uber unveiled Virat Kolhi, the Indian national cricket team’s captain, as the face of its brand Read More

MSIG Insurance Teams Up With Inmediate On Blockchain Push

1 month ago admin2 Comments Off on MSIG Insurance Teams Up With Inmediate On Blockchain Push
Inmediate signs MOU with MSIG Insurance The Singapore subsidiary of Japanese insurance firm Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group (MSIG) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with blockchain startup Inmediate to explore new insurance products that leverage blockchain and smart contracts technology. Image by Alexander Yakimov via Shutterstock.com The partnership will help develop a network that connects Read More

With $2.5 billion of M&As in 2018, India’s renewables sector is set for a leap

1 month ago admin2 Comments Off on With $2.5 billion of M&As in 2018, India’s renewables sector is set for a leap
In just the first half of the year, India’s booming renewable energy sector has seen merger and acquisition (M&A) deals worth over $2.5 billion (around Rs16,631 crore). In April, ReNew Power, India’s largest renewable energy company, acquired New Delhi-based Ostro Energy for around $1.5 billion, what has been the biggest such deal in the country Read More

Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: Asus Creates 20-GPU Mining Motherboard

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Bitcoin in Brief Thursday: Asus Creates 20-GPU Mining Motherboard
The Daily In today’s edition of Bitcoin in Brief we feature news from all over the world. These stories include a new multi-GPU mining motherboard from Taiwan’s Asu; a Singaporean businessman acquiring a Japanese exchange; some ripple-loving alleged Russian hackers shaking down Canadian banks; and a Colombian soccer star launching his own coin. Also Read: Austrian Read More

China is luring Indian tech firms with market access and free rent

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on China is luring Indian tech firms with market access and free rent
India’s trying to find ways to get into China’s $144 billion IT market. On May 27, an IT corridor was established between India and China to give Indian businesses a gateway into the neighbouring country’s thriving software market. NASSCOM, the Indian IT industry’s trade group, established a Sino-Indian Digital Collaborative Opportunities Plaza (SIDCOP) in the Read More

Singapore Central Bank Issues Warning To 8 Crypto Exchanges; Halts ICO

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Singapore Central Bank Issues Warning To 8 Crypto Exchanges; Halts ICO
Image: Singapore cryptocurrency, Wit Olszewski, Shutterstock.com The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state’s central bank and financial regulator, has warned eight cryptocurrency exchanges in Singapore not to allow trading in digital tokens that are securities or futures contracts without the regulator’s permission, it said on Thursday. “MAS has reminded the eight digital token exchanges Read More

Singapore Warns 8 Crypto Exchanges Against Unauthorized Securities Trading

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Singapore Warns 8 Crypto Exchanges Against Unauthorized Securities Trading
Advertisement Get exclusive analysis and cryptocurrency insights on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Singapore’s central bank and financial regulator has warned eight crypto exchanges against facilitating the trading of digital tokens deemed as securities and futures contracts without prior approval. In an announcement today, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) revealed it had reminded Read More

Singapore Warns 8 Exchanges Over Unregistered Securities Trading

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Singapore Warns 8 Exchanges Over Unregistered Securities Trading
Singapore’s de facto central bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore or MAS, has warned eight digital token exchanges to stay away from trading in digital tokens that constitute securities or futures contracts. In a release issued Thursday, MAS says it has cautioned the exchanges to seek authorization if trading digital tokens that are regulated under the Securities Read More

National Government Digital Currencies Versus Globally Distributed Cryptocurrencies: in Depth

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on National Government Digital Currencies Versus Globally Distributed Cryptocurrencies: in Depth
The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. As society starts to move away from cash, central banks’ potential to reap profits off issuing that cash could be threatened. Many governments are worried about the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies and hence are Read More

Japanese Crypto Exchange Continues Global Expansion – Now in Five Countries

2 months ago admin2 Comments Off on Japanese Crypto Exchange Continues Global Expansion – Now in Five Countries
Exchanges A Japanese government-approved cryptocurrency exchange has resumed expanding overseas. Already operating in five countries with a plan to launch in more in the near future, the exchange aims to construct a global network of crypto transactions. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Building Global Network Bitpoint Japan was among the first Read More