Category: Bitcoin

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Hacked Korean Crypto Exchange Unveils Plan to Restart Service Amid Controversies

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Coinrail has unveiled its plan to resume service despite surrounding controversies. The exchange reportedly removed a key part of its terms of service right before it was allegedly hacked, arousing...

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All Regulated Japanese Exchanges to Prohibit Insider Trading and Privacy Coins

The association comprising of 16 government-approved cryptocurrency exchanges in Japan has reportedly provided a sneak peak of its self-regulatory rules. The focuses are on banning insider trading and preventing exchanges from listing privacy coins....

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With No One Price Law for Bitcoin, Japan’s FSA Debates Restrictions on Leverage

The different prices of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies between countries and exchanges have led investors to seek arbitrage opportunities, a trend noticed by financial regulators around the world. Discussions are underway at the Japanese Financial...

Japan’s SBI Crypto Exchange Adds Two Major Cryptocurrencies 0

Japan’s SBI Crypto Exchange Adds Two Major Cryptocurrencies

Japan’s SBI Virtual Currencies has added support for two major cryptocurrencies in addition to the one trading pair that its crypto exchange service, Vctrade, launched with. Users who pre-registered prior to the launch can...

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Hodler’s Digest, June 11-17: A Regulatory Win for Ethereum and a Falling Market

This week in crypto, the SEC finally decided that Ethereum is not a security, Bitcoin’s price drop is revealed (allegedly) to be due to Bitcoin future contracts expiring, and more in the Hodler’s Digest

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The Reasonable Network

This article is my advice on how reasonable people can have a public discussion that is strong enough to avoid being derailed by trolls, no matter who they are. I believe the key is...

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Mining Consumes Half as Much Power as BECI Estimates – Coinshares

Embellished estimates as to the total electricity consumed through bitcoin mining have again made the rounds in the media recently, with many stories claiming that energy consumed by mining annually is comparable to that...