Crypto Tourism Will Help Chinese And Indian Miners To Survive
If India and China close last loopholes for the realization of virtual assets, crypto-offshores will only win.
31 August 2018 16:09, UTC Oleg Koldayev
The Unpredictability of Chinese Government Disturbs Hong-Kong Stock Exchange
Chinese manufacturers of mining equipment want to enter the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Will they be the first and the last, done it?
30 August 2018 19:15, UTC Oleg Koldayev
After Brexit Britain Will Receive Crypxit
Great Britain presented the program of digital guest workers. Local companies have to either move to other jurisdictions or compete for existence.
30 August 2018 13:05, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Bermuda Insurtech Attracted $14 Bln of Investments
12000 foreign companies are registered in Bermuda. Due to the Digital Assets Business Act and ICO Act, more to come.
28 August 2018 20:16, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Iran, India and The EU Are Running Out of The US Control
The USA has a new dilemma: the national Iranian cryptocurrency on the one hand, and the European pushback on the other hand.
27 August 2018 22:07, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Is China Cleaning Up its Digital Market?
Сhinese government is outlawing crypto on its territory. But in the same time, they are building a launchpad that will send their crypto economy “to the moon”
23 August 2018 17:30, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Japan: FSA Is Not Going to Stomp On The Crypto Business
FSA chief noted that the FSA was trying to achieve a “Golden mean” between the consumer protection and the support for technological innovation.
23 August 2018 12:10, UTC Ann Sotnikova
Crypto Islands as Double Offshore
Investments in the cryptocurrency companies of the offshore zones are gaining popularity among oligarchs. Even Russia creates its own, home tax paradise.
22 August 2018 18:08, UTC Oleg Koldaev, Catherine Lange
Land of Vikings: Crypto War Is Brewing?
Norway is planning to tax the owners of crypto assets. The financial inspector able to catch crypto businessmen in act has not been born yet though.
22 August 2018 15:17, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Italian Notarchain: Too Many Problems, Too Few Solutions
It is due to the complexities and limitations that smart contracts in the notary sphere cause not only lively and genuine interest but also a fair share of skepticism
21 August 2018 17:05, UTC Vsevolod Gnetii
How to Get Around SEC While Launching ICO
American regulators do not want to let the cryptocurrency into the domestic market, while it has the dollar.
21 August 2018 16:23, UTC Oleg Koldayev
New Venezuelan Currency to Finish EL Petro Along With the Country
To beat inflation, Nicolas Maduro, has pegged the Bolivar to crypto. Experts believe that this will only aggravate the situation of the country.
21 August 2018 14:34, UTC Ann Sotnikova
China: Victims of the Cybertheft Could be Sentenced to Life Imprisonment
The theft of the millennium is uncovered in China. The cryptocurrency stolen could belong to corrupt officials and illegal miners
21 August 2018 12:38, UTC Oleg Koldayev
South Korea: Only 21 Crypto Exchanges Passed the KISA's 85-Points-Test
Experts KISA called for each exchange to check 85 items identified during earlier inspections conducted in the period from January to March 2018. The regulator is not satisfied with the results.
21 August 2018 11:54, UTC Ann Sotnikova
South Korea: $4.4 Billion to Become a Powerhouse of Innovation
In 2019, the South Korean government will invest more than $4.4 billion in the development of innovative technologies, including blockchain.
17 August 2018 15:36, UTC Ann Sotnikova
The Republic Of Vanuatu Has Found A Pill From Poverty. Choose: Red Or Blue
Despite poverty, the developing countries are quicker and easier to learn the digital reality than the leaders of the global economy. Will we see this trend in the future?
17 August 2018 15:12, UTC Oleg Koldaev, Catherine Lange
Great Britain: the presumption of guilt for crypto entrepreneurs
The British authorities define the digital currency as "a unique combination of figures obtained as a result of mathematical calculations." Such a vague concept opens up an extraordinary space for interpretations and manipulations. Is it a well-thought-out policy aimed at undervaluing the status of the cryptocurrency, or has the English justice simply turned out to be unprepared for the new digital economy?
15 August 2018 18:16, UTC Oleg Koldaev, Catherine Lange
Japanese Exchanges In Total Lost $1 Billion. FSA Carried Out An Inspection
On Japanese exchanges, a small number of executives and employees control most of the capital. The regulator ordered the exchanges to understand the situation, as well as to create a system of effective internal control and security management
15 August 2018 17:38, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange
Crypto War For Oil: Saudi Call For A Check. Is The Checkmate Coming?
If the cryptocurrency can be an instrument of politics, it will inevitably become an instrument of a war. Not of a computer game, but of a real massacre. This is what is happening in Saudi Arabia.
14 August 2018 20:50, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Vietnam Forbade The Import Of Mining Equipment. Currency Operations Are Taken Under Control
Vietnam’s government introduced the official ban on the import of mining equipment
14 August 2018 18:24, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange