The post South Korea Pushes Monero and Ripple Price Up While Other Cryptocurrencies Fall appeared first on CCN The Monero and Ripple price has surged over the past 24 hours, while other cryptocurrencies including bitcoin and Ethereum fell by around 5 percent. Extreme Premiums Investors in the South Korean cryptocurrency market are driving the price
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Belarus has recently legalized cryptocurrencies, greenlit crowdfunding through token offerings, and sanctioned exchange between fiat and cryptocurrencies.
The nation’s securities market regulator will soon be operating at full capacity.
In January, two leading South Korean banks will stop offering a service that allows customers to purchase bitcoin using credit card rewards points.
As the curtain falls on 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission provided a list of the most popular investor bulletins.
The post Better Late than Never? Bitcoin Segwit2x Scheduled for December 28th appeared first on CCN Last week, the Segwit 2x team indicated in a CCN press release that they were planning to move forward with their proposed hard fork in the coming weeks. Now, Segwit 2x lead developer Jaap Terlouw has confirmed on the project’s
The post Belarus Acknowledges Bitcoin as a Legal Currency, Legalizes ICOs appeared first on CCN The government of Belarus, with the approval of its President Alexander Lukashenko, has officially acknowledged bitcoin as a legal currency and has legalized initial coin offerings (ICOs), smart contracts, and blockchain development. Tax-Free, ICO Legalized, Blockchain Industry The document approved