This week, Binance announced on its official page as well as on Twitter account that it would support the upcoming Ethereum's Constantinople Hard Fork. The new project offers five different proposals for improving Ethereum (EIP).
The past 2018 year was quite difficult for the investors in the cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin and other virtual cryptos have lost more than 80% of their price and others have completely vanished. Some ICO projects suffered as well; certain companies had to fire part of their employees, cut production or eliminate entire firm.
Bakkt, a digital asset exchange in which many investors have high hopes, has recently announced completing the first round of fundraising with a result of $ 182.5 million has completed. What is known about this new exchange so far and what are its plans for the next year?
According to the several news platforms, HitBTC the cryptocurrency exchange platform with an unknown location launched in 2014 and operated by Hit Techs Limited, froze the accounts of its customers, supposedly in anticipation of the annual Proof of Key event.
The UK banking sector sees fintech startups as a “significant threat” to the big players in the industry.
Cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb has won a lawsuit filed against it in South Korea, by a user who was hacked for around $355,000.
According to research conducted by Clovr, 15.8 percent had used cryptocurrencies to send $148 billion remittances from the United States back to their countries in 2017.
Thai’s securities regulator will allow the first Initial Coin Offering (ICO) portal to function from this December according to local news reports.
In his recent interview with the U.S. media outlet, Wei Zhou the CFO of Binance a major cryptocurrency exchange shared his thoughts about the last events that took place in the crypto market during the 2018 year.
With any tech, any industry, any product - there are fluctuations. Whether they’re positive or negative, every market has them. And of course, this can be said for the world of crypto in 2018.
Just a week ago, the Federal Financial Supervision Agency of Germany (BaFin) issued a three-page guide entitled “Warning of uncontrolled investments on the Internet” for investors on how to identify fraudsters. This week it was announced that the German financial regulator has released another document dedicated to the “black market” and the blockchain.
The CEO of distributed ledger technology provider Digital Asset Holdings, Blythe Masters has stepped down after three years running the firm.