Monthly Archives: September 2018

Altcoin Ripple leading coalition seeking gov’t oversight encouraging crypto and blockchain

As reported by Bloomberg, Ripple is leading a crypto start-up in D.C to support blockchain innovation, the start-up privately holds financial, software, data, and media company headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Accordingly, the alliance of San-Francisco crypto-based firms is planning to pay Johnson Group to assist the blockchain community to convey to regulators… Read More » announces the launch of OTC Trading Desk

Earlier in the previous week,, the popular cryptocurrency wallet provider, unveiled the launch of the counter (OTC) trading desk, in a bid to attract more institutional investors. The company has already been offering custodial services specifically modified to meet the demands of clients such as asset managers and hedge funds. And through the introduction… Read More »

Hackers involved in the Crowd Machine crypto platform hack have been arrested

Earlier in the week, for allegedly having a hand in hacking and stealing huge amounts of digital currency from a California-based crypto firm, two Missouri residents Fletcher Robert Childers, 23 and Joseph Harris, 21, have been arrested. Earlier on Monday, authorities arrested both Childers and Harris as the pair has been alleged for stealing $14… Read More »

Weekend Dump Drops $10 Billion From Crypto Markets

Over the past couple of months, the cycle of market dumping has been repeated several times. Total market capitalization has dropped by ten billion which has left the market with $215 billion market capitalization over the past 24 hours. Bitcoin (BTC) dropped by 2.5% falling to $6540 maintaining its recently bearish nature of not getting… Read More »

Mongolia set to issue its first digital currency

Mongolia is now all clear to free to launch its first digital currency as it has been authorized by its Central Bank to do so. As per a report published by the official state media outlet Montsame, Mobicom, the biggest mobile telecoms operator becomes Mongolia’s very first licensed entity to issue a digital currency of… Read More »

Pornhub disappointed as the number of crypto-based subscriptions declines

Pornhub had made a drastic improvement as it revealed that users can buy a premium subscription of Pornhub with cryptocurrency back in April, starting with Verge coins a privacy-focused ICO. And by the looks of it, the aftermath of the announcement has left the pornography views with absolutely no interest in this payment method. TheNextWeb,… Read More »

Bitcoin bull Mike Novogratz forecasts a bright future for the cryptocurrency

Earlier in the week, Mike Novogratz, Founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital has given a relatively bearish statement regarding the future of Bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrency in general. According to several reports, Novogratz has gone on to say that the fall witnessed by bitcoin (BTC) all throughout 2018 is an indication that big exchanges and… Read More »

AT&T uses Tech from IBM and Microsoft to launch Blockchain Solutions

According to a press release submitted by U.S telecommunications giant, AT&T, the company announced that it has developed a suite of blockchain solutions programmed to work with tech from Microsoft and IBM. “Bringing even more accountability and transparency to even the most sophisticated supply chains,” for its enterprise customers is the main aim of AT&T’s… Read More »

Maltese Government finalizes the date to put its Cryptocurrency laws in to effect

In a time when most of the jurisdictions all around the world have been cracking down on ICOs and cryptocurrencies or switching to much stricter approaches, the smallest country of the European Union, also the Mediterranean island country has announced that it is drafting regulations which will be easy for the newly born industry to… Read More »

Google uplifts its cryptocurrency ad ban but under certain conditions

Earlier in the week, in a sign of positiveness for the cryptocurrency world, Google announced that it will end its sweeping ban on ads related to cryptocurrency, as the search engine giant plans to allow regulated crypto exchanges to purchase ads in Japan and the United States and Japan. The new policy will come into… Read More »