An Indian government-issued death certificate corroborates the passing of QuadrigaCX CEO Gerald Cotten in early December.
Monday, February the 4th, 2019, Hong Kong, Crypto exchange trade.io has announced a partnership with payment processor Simplex, enabling clients to purchase a range of popular cryptocurrencies by credit or debit card.
Initially, the solution will support the purchase of Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), & Bitcoin Cash (BCH) with USD or EUR. Management of trade.io have also confirmed that more coins and currencies will be added for purchase at a later stage.
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The cryptocurrency market might be underperforming in terms of prices, but the technology continues to evolve and become deeply integrated into the economy. This is especially true in smaller nations that see an opportunity to stake a claim in the new digital economy. The latest example of this can be seen in Belarus, whose largest […]
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Tuesday’s installment of The Daily details new tools that are helping users safely navigate the cryptocurrency ecosystem. From making an informed decision about which exchanges to trust to tracking blockchain transactions with Enjinx, we cover a selection of developments from across the cryptosphere, before finishing with a trip to the darknet where KYC documents are […]
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As per the reports, January 1, 2019, Bitex has launched its cryptocurrency in worldwide cryptocurrency exchanges, coin namely XBX which is now accessible for trading. So now it’s the right time to change your coins which you don’t need into XBX.
As cryptocurrency is the evolving aspect of future payments, Bitex is offering you a solution to facilitate your daily requirements. The coin-XBX will be used as a utility token, received as a fee for all the transactions.
EO.Finance has launched a crypto-fiat gateway. Now it is possible to buy cryptocurrencies directly from the wallet using your debit or credit card, the maximum amount per single transaction is $25,000. Right now EO.Finance works with 40 different cryptos, and soon even more currencies will become available for purchase.
The introduction of crypto purchases made using traditional fiat payments is much in demand, and will allow EO.Finance to provide ease of access to the crypto market for new and experienced traders alike.
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Cryptocompare, the cryptocurrency market data aggregator, has published its monthly exchange review for November 2018, offering insights about the latest changes in the global market using transaction data from over 70 trading venues. Also Read: IRS to Face Record Number of Crypto-Related Loss Claims Key Findings in the Report The authors of the report found that […]
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ErisX, a crypto exchange has completed a Series B funding round with support from leading firms including Bitmain, ConsenSys, Fidelity Investments, Nasdaq Ventures, and Monex Group. ErisX Will Operate as Crypto Futures Exchange, Clearing Organization, and Spot Market The crypto trading platform, with a pending license as a clearing organization with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission…
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The former CTO of Singapore based Huobi is about to launch his own crypto trading platform before the end of the year. BHEX to Offer Crypto, Fiat and OTC Trading According to Businesswire BHEX raised $15 million in its equity from top-tier institutions including Huobi and OKEx. It is scheduled to launch at the end…
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Wex, the digital asset trading platform that inherited the now-defunct BTC-e exchange, has lost its wex.nz domain. According to New Zealand’s Domain Name Commission (DNC), the internet address was registered with fake contact details. Wex users have complained that they are unable to withdraw their funds from the platform. Also read: Crypto Detectives Project […]