Category Archive: Cryptocurrency

Jan 30

Facebook Just Banned Crypto Ads…

What about that!  Of all the things that should be banned on Facebook, this is the least expected. Check out the latest from Kai Sedgwick of Bitcoin News. Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Ads Following persistent complaints about spammy and fraudulent cryptocurrency ads, Facebook has issued an outright ban. As of a new ruling issued on January 30, “ads …

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Jan 23

On the Asian Cryptocurrency Market

Bitcoin is booming in Cambodia.  Take a look at this article just in from JP Buntinx of The Merkle. Cambodia Is Home to a Booming Bitcoin Industry  JP Buntinx  January 23, 2018  Crypto, News Cambodia is not a country most people would associate with Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. It is one of those nations which one hardly ever hears anything from, …

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Jan 23

South Korea Crypto News

Continuing on South Korea, here is some interesting news from Kevin Helms of Bitcon News. South Korean Card Companies Block Transactions to Overseas Cryptocurrency Exchanges South Korean card companies are reportedly working on blocking payments to overseas cryptocurrency exchanges. Currently, 20 major crypto exchanges are blocked but that number is expected to increase, according to …

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Jan 19

Cryptocurrency is Changing Lives in South Korea

Continuing on cryptocurrcies in South Korea, to a look at this from Kevin Helms of Bitcoin News.   Commission Income From Crypto Accounts Jumped 36 Times for South Korean Banks South Korean banks have been providing virtual account services to cryptocurrency exchanges and earning commissions from them. According to data obtained by the country’s Financial …

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Jan 19

Cryptocurrency in South Korea

Cryptocurrency is very popular in South Korea and lives are changing.  Take a look at this article by JP Buntinx of The Merkle. Nearly 2M South Koreans Used Mobile Crypto Apps Last Week Over the past few months, South Korea has become one of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency hubs. Local exchanges generate billions in volume …

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