Month: October 2019

Digital asset custodian Koine Money Ltd. has secured an electronic money license from U.K. regulators, while it prepares for the eventualities of a future Brexit by seeking permissions abroad. On Thursday, the U.K’s Financial Conduct Authority granted Koine an e-money license – known as an EMI license – allowing Koine to issue its own digital
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Crypto futures trading volume now reportedly amounts to nearly 50% of the value of spot trading on crypto markets, according to Bloomberg. 13 exchanges analyzed Citing volume data from 13 major global crypto exchanges, Bloomberg reported on a massive growth of cryptocurrency futures markets Oct. 31. The analyzed exchanges include institutional digital asset platform Bakkt,
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A South Korean presidential committee is pushing for the government to establish legal status for cryptocurrency to stay competitive globally. So far, the government’s policies have been risk-focused to curb speculation, which the committee says must change. Also read: China Ranks 35 Crypto Projects as President Xi Pushes Blockchain Presidential Committee Pushes for Crypto Legalization
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Investing in Bitcoin (BTC) can be quite intimidating if you’re only just learning about its existence now. In fact, taking the plunge and entering the cryptocurrency sphere is a risk for anyone, with or without investment experience. This is because the crypto space has no centralized authority to guide investors. Rumors, hype and horror stories
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All appears quiet on crypto social media channels today as the China fervor abates and Bitcoin starts losing steam. $5 billion has left the space over the past 24 hours as altcoin losses accelerate and the bears reemerge from the digital woods. Bitcoin Hanging by a Thread BTC is clearly struggling to stay above $9,000
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