Saturday, October 21, 2017

Russia to issue first state-backed cryptocurrency ‘CryptoRuble’

Russia has announced plans to launch a nationalized cryptocurrency as state-controlled digital money in the light of an increasingly digital economy. Read More:

Russia will likely ban all cryptocurrencies – Except its own

The Russian government is poised to launch the world’s first national cryptocurrency, the CryptoRuble, in the next few weeks, after which it will likely ban all. Read More:

Apple battles for supremacy in payment ecosystem, Bitcoin wins

Bitcoin advances and Apple latest efforts in the battle for the supremacy of the mobile payment ecosystem further underscore the obsolescence of the banking industry. Read More:

US regulators debate whether Bitcoin is commodity or security

The argument over which regulator should have oversight over Bitcoin continues, as the CFTC releases a primer on virtual currencies. Read More :

Why we need ‘trustless’ cryptocurrency exchanges

Decentralized cryptocurrency exchange is an answer to many current problems such as fraud, hacking, etc. Read more:

Cryptocurrencies suffer correction

The cryptocurrency market endured a major correction, as the price of Ethereum fell by 10 percent and Bitcoin declined by over 5 percent Read more:

Russian startup launched ICO to expand services internationally

SGA Consulting is innovative, fully automated service providing trade recommendations for opening and closing positions on the financial markets for profit clients. Read More:

Blockchain yes, Bitcoin not so much, Bernanke says

Former Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke may see blockchain potential for payments innovation, but that innovation is going to involve cryptocurrenices. Read More:

500m users affected each month by cryptocurrency mining pirates

At the start, a few sites have been caught secretly mining crypto off website visitors - now it seems to be an epidemic. Read more:

WikiLeak’s founder thanks US Government for 50,000% Bitcoin ROI

The founder of WikiLeaks has said that his organisation has made a 50,000 percent return with bitcoin, and all thanks to the U.S. government. Read more: