Beijing Sci-Tech Report- China's oldest tech media outlet, has announced it will start accepting payment in cryptocurrency for its 2019 subscriptions, Guangming news outlets reported earlier.
Min Byung-Doo, South Korean National Policy Chief has urged officials to regulate ICO market in the country in order to "build trust." He added that "fraud, speculation and capital laundering must be strictly prohibited."
Korea Investment Partners (KIP) announced today investing into a blockchain startup.
SEBA Crypto AG- Switzerland-based startup, has raised 100 million Swiss francs ($103 million) to dedicate for bank offering cryptocurrency related services- Reuters reported September 26.
One of the most popular football clubs in the world, Juventus, has announced that is considering the issuance of its own crypto token.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), has issued a warning on “misleading” Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and crypto-asset funds targeting retail investors.
A study published on the 12th of September, conducted by a group of researchers, unveiled that hard forks impose threats on the stability of cryptocurrencies.
Many ICOs nowadays launch bounty programmes for individuals to take part in, in order to test the service or product before they go live on the market. How do ICO bounty programmes work and which types are popular?
ICO is the acronym for "Initial Coin Offering". This term is used when a currency wants to raise money to enter the market. Yet, how does an ICO work? AtoZ Markets conducted a research and assembled a guide that covers the core elements of an ICO that every beginners needs to know.
On the 29th of August, the Blockchain Centre Vilnius held a conference on blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, under the headline of “#Switch! Launch- Powered by Luno: Are We Ready for The Mass Adoption of Blockchain?”. AtoZ Markets has covered the event with the following details.
By the end of the last month, the Blockchain Centre Vilnius held an educative conference on the Crypto Market in Lithuania, under the headline “Are We Ready for the Mass Adoption of Blockchain?”. AtoZ Markets was there, and came up with the following coverage.
Are you interested to invest in an ICO, but struggle to verify if a potential project is a scam or genuine? To help you identify scamming ICOs from the legitimate projects, AtoZ Markets has conducted this study.