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Hodl Hodl Launches P2P Bitcoin Exchange Without KYC (But Not For US Citizens)

Well-known cryptocurrency traders have reacted with excitement to news decentralized cryptocurrency exchange Hodl Hodl has launched its public BETA. Hodl Hodl Sets Price Of Avoiding KYC At 0.6% The p2p platform, which offers traders decentralized exchange functionality for Bitcoin and Litecoin, announced its limited debut February 11. “For now, we are opened in BETA-mode until July of 2018, which means a lot of new features are coming soon, with the main functionality of the exchange

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How To Profit From The Recent Bitcoin Bloodbath

It’s no secret that crypto incubators and hedge funds get access to the best deals because of their inside connections… But, now, for a short time, there is a way for regular investors to ride on the coattails of one of the most connected teams in crypto – right in your brokerage account. In short: The team behind Global Blockchain Technologies (CSE: BLOC; OTC: BLKCF) is the best way to play the crypto boom. The company

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Nvidia CEO: Crypto’s ‘Real Utility’ is Clear

Nvidia is raking in profits thanks to cryptocurrency mining and an increased demand for their GPUs — and for CEO Jensen Huang, the utility of cryptocurrency is obvious. “It’s Not Going to Go Away” As Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies continue to explode into the mainstream consciousness, so too does the demand for high-powered GPUs capable of generating the best results when mining — the process of confirming transactions. The demand for GPUs has helped cause

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New Jersey Cracks Down on Fraudulent Bitstrade

Following the fallout from fraudulent Ponzi-scheme Bitconnect’s demise, New Jersey has officially ordered cryptocurrency investment entity Bitstrade to stop offering unregistered and fraudulent securities in the state. New Jersey regulators have uncovered yet another fraudulent cryptocurrency investment company. The announcement comes by way of Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs and has been ordered by the Bureau of Securities after an investigation found Bitstrade to be in violation of New

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Lingerie Tycoon Sells 50 Dubai Apartments for Bitcoin

As Bitcoin and cryptocurrency continues to become more and more viable by the week, one lingerie tycoon and her billionaire boyfriend have recently sold out 50 Dubai developments for Bitcoin. Sold Out Buying homes with Bitcoin is becoming more and more common. Ultimo lingerie tycoon Michelle Mone and her billionaire boyfriend, Doug Barrowman, initially put 50 of their 1,300 developments, located in Dubai’s Science Park, up for sale with Bitcoin — and it didn’t take

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Neurogress Pre-TGE Is Down for a Few Hours

Neurogress, the promising startup for neurocontrol technology, has had to put their pre-TGE plans on hold for a few hours. A lot of interest has been generated in the ongoing ICO for Neurogress. This innovative startup features neurocontrol technology, wherein a person can control devices, such as drones or prosthetic limbs, by using their brain while wearing a neurocontrol headset. However, plans for their pre-TGE sale have had to be put on hold temporarily. A

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CG Blockchain and FactSet Team Up to Enhance Investors’ Interaction with Crypto Assets

CG Blockchain, developers of blockchain-based tech for the investment industry, has announced their partnership with global financial data and analytical tools provider FactSet. The new partnership will enable CG Blockchain’s clients to use FactSet’s order and execution management system for order generation, analysis, and compliance. In return, FactSet will gain access to blockchain tools developed by CG Blockchain. FactSet (FDS) is a publicly traded company that provides analytical and data-driven solutions, technology, content, and services to professional investors.

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Canadian Regulator Wants Google to Ban ICO and Cryptocurrency Ads

A Canadian regulator wants Google to follow Facebook by banning cryptocurrency ads, as well as ads for ICOs and binary options. If there’s one reflex you can automatically assume from a government entity when confronted with something new, it’s the instant urge to ban. It’s blatantly obvious that most governments are not fans of cryptocurrencies. While some are looking to enact some form of regulation, others are looking to more stringent means. A senior investigator

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Coinbase Plans SegWit Release ‘In A Few Weeks’

Coinbase has stated its commitment to introduce SegWit compatibility in “a few weeks,” fulfilling a promise made to customers in late 2017. Final Testing Confirmed In a tweet Monday, the largest US exchange and wallet provider repeated claims made late last year that SegWit – as a “feature” – was less of a priority for developers than security and performance. “Our engineering team has begun the final testing phase of SegWit for Bitcoin on Coinbase.

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T-Mobile is Getting Sued for Not Stopping Cryptocurrency Theft

Telecoms firm T-Mobile found itself on the end of a lawsuit this weekend after a customer accused them of allowing hackers into his wireless account. The security breach resulted in the theft of cryptocurrency to the sum of thousands of dollars. It was reported that Carlos Tapang of Washington State blamed T-Mobile for having lax security, which resulted in the hack and resultant theft. The suit states that the company improperly allowed wrongdoers to access

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