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Nasdaq Listed MicroStrategy Allocates $425 Million Into Bitcoin

MicroStrategy, the Nasdaq-listed Virginia based business intelligence company, is the first publicly traded company to acquire bitcoin as part of its capital investment plan. Its investment ensures that its shareholders,...
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U.S. Charged Hackers For $17M Cryptocurrency Theft

The US Department of Justice unsealed charges against Russian nationals Danil Potekhin and Dmitri Karasavidi, claiming that the couple was responsible for a complex phishing and money laundering operation that...
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Goldman Sachs Opting In On Crypto & Blockchain

What is Goldman Sachs? Goldman Sachs was founded in 1869, headquartered in New York. It is a leading global investment, securities and investment management firm. They provide a variety of...
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BlockFi : Crypto Lender Raises $50 Million

New Jersey based fintech startup BlockFi received a $50 million investment in the Series C investment round led by Morgan Creek Digital. Bloomberg reported that the previous series B round...
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Dollar Decline!

A four percent loss in value back in July was the most significant drop the Dollar has had since 2010, this decline is due to a series of factors. In...
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COINBASE: Major U.S. Cryptocurrency Exchange To Go Public

Coinbase is planning a stock market listing that will make it the first major U.S. cryptocurrency exchange to go public, according to a report from Reuters. Coinbase, a popular American...
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Telegram Drops Its Cryptocurrency GRAM Project

Instant messaging app Telegram has finally decided to drop its cryptocurrency-focused division, Telegram Open Network (TON) after a legal battle in the US.  According to The Wall Street Journal, the...
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Germany & France Oppose Facebook’s Libra

In a joint statement issued at a meeting of Euro zone finance ministers held in Helsinki, Finland on September 13, France and Germany are going to resist the launch of...
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US Secretary of state: Crypto should be regulated like other financial institutions

We should use the same framework what we used to regulate all other electronic financial transactions. That’s essential what these are, these are monies moving through markets or in some...
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IBM launches Trust Your Supplier blockchain network

IBM has launched a new supply chain project called Trust Your Supplier (TYS) together with Chainyard, with several big corporate names already signed up, as Vodafone and Nokia, brewer InBev,...
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