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Binance allows payments with Visa and Mastercard to acquire Bitcoin

Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange by volume, has made a strategic alliance with the leading Simplex payment processing company, with which users around the world can buy cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin ( LTC) through Visa and Mastercard credit cards, as announced today through its…

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Do VeriBlock transactions in the Bitcoin network help or damage the BTC?

According to the Bitcoin developers’ (BTC) reports, a surprising amount of block space is being wasted in the Bitcoin network to secure the blockchain of other crypts. A company called VeriBlock has been “borrowing” the hash power of the Bitcoin network to increase security in altcoin vulnerable chains and fill…

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Cryptocurrency analyst predicts the fall of cryptocurrencies

Matt Hougan, global research director of Bitwise Asset Management and president of, said most cryptocurrencies would die. During an interview, Hougan said he believes that out of 2000 cryptocurrencies 95 percent of them are unprofitable and will suffer a painful death. And concluded that,”The sooner it happens, the better.”…

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Overregulation in Ukraine prevents crypto development in Central Bank

Overregulation in Ukraine has been reported to prevent the crypto currency industry from developing further in the country. This is clear from a comment by an employee of the Ukrainian Central Bank (NBU) to the local crypto news platform LetKnow on Tuesday, 8 January. Mikhail Vidyakin, director of the strategy…

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The next crusade by Falciani, the HSBC filtering: a clean cryptocurrency

One of the most wanted financial whistleblowers, the Frenchman Hervé Falciani, has chosen new unusual weapons to fight against money laundering and fraud, a cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology on which it is based. This former HSBC systems engineer managed with his leaks to activate several investigations for tax evasion…

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