Japan’s Financial Services Agency surprised the operators of Coincheck with an unannounced visit to the cryptocurrency exchange’s office, and said that it had warned the firm to beef up its security measures in advance of the theft of over 500 NEM tokens in January.
Signs of stronger U.S. job and wage growth may spark a bearish reaction in EUR/USD as it encourages the FOMC to further normalize monetary policy over the coming months.
The US Dollar was broadly lower in Asian trading on Friday and is poised to close out the week with a decline, especially against the common currency Euro as investors focus on the Eurozone’s renewed economic strength.
The post Embattled Tezos Community Launches T2 Foundation appeared first on CCN Utah native Ryan Jasperson and fellow members of the Tezos community have officially launched the T2 Foundation. The mandate of the new foundation is to support the launch of the Tezos network “…if the Tezos Foundation is not able to do so in an
The post Bee Token ICO Derailed by Phishing Scam, Possible Theft of $1 Million in Ethereum appeared first on CCN When the Bee Token ICO kicked off on Wednesday, thousands of investors rushed to fund “Beenest,” a commission-free home-sharing platform that aims to disrupt industry heavyweights Airbnb and VRBO. Unfortunately, hundreds of them unwittingly fell
The post Bitcoin Price Slump Merely “Growing Pains”: Cryptocurrency Brokerage Executive appeared first on CCN It’s been raining on bitcoin in 2018, but one London-based broker is taking the pullback in stride. BitcoinBro CEO Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie told Bloomberg that despite bitcoin shedding nearly 50% of its value in the past four weeks, he’s not worried.
The post Square’s Cash App Makes It Easier Than Ever to Buy Bitcoin appeared first on CCN Fintech startup Square rolled out full support for Bitcoin to the majority of US customers this week, making it easier than ever to buy bitcoin — and, as seems to be the prevailing trend this year — sell
The post Most Cryptocurrencies Decline by Over 15% in Market Slump: Factors and Trends appeared first on CCN The price of bitcoin has fallen below $9,400, by more than 8 percent, as the cryptocurrency market experienced yet another major correction. Trend Most cryptocurencies in the market fell by more than 15 percent, as major cryptocurrencies
The European Union’s interest in blockchain technology and its applications has resulted in the launch of a Blockchain Observatory and Forum.
In their rush to buy cryptocurrencies, some investors have made purchases using credit cards. For reasons such as default risk and fraud protection, this could be problematic. Now, some credit card companies are reportedly classifying cryptocurrency purchases as cash advances.