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Cryptocurrency-based accounting for legal entities: myth, reality or responsibility?

Cryptocurrency is no longer considered as a means of payment mostly for underground trade. Individuals tend to use it in their daily activity, but what about business – bitnewstoday figures out

21 September 2017 21:00, UTC Denis POLYAKOV, lawyer at GMT Legal
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Latest digital currency and blockchain opponents
It seems that recently there has been a growth of cryptocurrency skeptics
21 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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The US and Australia are interested in blockchain
First world countries develop laws on blockchain and endorse the concept
21 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Russian State Duma to commission a 2.5 million-ruble blockchain study
The Russian parliament plans to review the international legislative experience
21 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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“NoReplay”: clumsy hackers impersonating WEX management make funny errors
New phishing e-mails posing as WEX exchange messages are being disseminated
20 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Chinese miners fear further restrictions from the government
Remember the photo reports with giant mining farms in China? Its owners are now thinking their business in danger
20 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Small amendment adds blockchain development to the newest U.S. defense bill
The United States defense bill passed, blockchain for defense purposes included
19 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Swiss authorities eliminate E-Coin fraud scheme
The company has deceived its clients by making fake coins
19 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Alexander Vinnik agrees to return to Russia
The top manager of BTC-e involved in money laundering might come back home
19 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Cryptocurrency legislation in Malaysia, Mexico and Moscow
Latest cryptocurrency-related legislative statements and events from different parts of the world
19 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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State restriction in China benefits Japan and South Korea
When a country decides to leave the pedestal, another country always takes it
18 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Malta to develop blockchain
Malta has taken the friendly approach to blockchain and cryptocurrency
18 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Chinese bitcoin exchange ban partly confirmed
Bitcoin exchanges are ordered to cease operations with CNY
17 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Poloniex adds GAS, blocks Crimea
GAS tokens are introduced for payments, but the users from Crimea are shocked by the sudden closure of Poloniex operations in the region
14 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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ViaBTC to close due to Chinese government sentiment towards digital currencies
The oldest exchange in China, BTCC, has already announced its closure by the end of 30th of September, now ViaBTC makes the same decision
14 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Russian officials continue to discuss cryptocurrencies
Still no united position in the Russian government – although the overall trend is going towards the regulative approach
14 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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China might ban cryptocurrency exchanges soon (although proofs don’t look solid yet)
A photo of the document that orders altcoin exchange to compose and send a plan of closure in 5 days has appeared on Twitter
14 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Bluffer viruses and Darknet shenanigans
Cryptocurrencies are often accused of being a good tool for ransomware attackers and Darknet merchants. Let’s look at two cases when both illicit activities suddenly fail
13 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Hurricane Irma becomes a part of yet another phishing trick
Phishers disseminate fake emails posing as Blockchain.info wallet messages, with fake news about servers in Tampa destroyed
13 September 2017 21:00, UTC
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Russia plans to tax miners while its universities introduce lectures on cryptocurrency
Looks like the government in Russia takes the regulative approach, not willing to miss an innovative source of income
13 September 2017 21:00, UTC