Bitcoin Exchange

Best Crypto Exchanges for South Korean Users

South Korea is home to a great number of reputable cryptocurrency exchanges. In spite of the current impediments generated by the government and banks, Korea is still one of the countries that have a developed cryptocurrency exchange market. In today’s article, we will be looking at some of the best crypto exchanges for South Korean...
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BitMEX Owns 0.15% Of Bitcoin Supply As Insurance Fund hits $324M

Cryptocurrency derivatives giant BitMEX now controls 0.15% of all the bitcoins in circulation, new data from the company reveals.  BitMEX Expands Fund By 50% Since January Compiled by industry media outlet The Block, a chart of BitMEX’s Insurance Fund shows its stock has reached 31,300 BTC as of August 25. That figure is the largest...
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Cryptopia Liquidation: Hacked Bitcoin Exchange Didn’t Use Individual Customer Wallets

Grant Thornton, the liquidators of hacked New Zealand Bitcoin exchange Cryptopia, have released an update on the progress made thus far. Cryptopia Used Co-mingled Crypto Wallets According to a statement released on its website on Wednesday (August 21, 2019), Cryptopia didn’t use individual crypto wallets. Instead, the Bitcoin exchange platform pooled customer funds into co-mingled...
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Bitcoin Exchange Must Give US Documents As Lawsuit Grinds On

Bitcoin exchange Bitfinex must provide documents to US authorities after a New York judge ruled against its request to dismiss a lawsuit against it. Judge U-Turns On Bitcoin Exchange Protection According to a filing dated August 19, the Supreme Court of the State of New York moved against Bitfinex and its sister company, stablecoin issuer...
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Bitcoin Bulls Bask in Latest Legal Defeat for Bitfinex & Tether

The New York Supreme Court ruled that the matter between the state’s Attorney General and Bitfinex parent company iFinex can continue. The bitcoin price rose 5 percent in response. | Source: Shutterstock; Edited by CCN By CCN Markets: The bitcoin price moved higher on new legal developments in the ongoing wranglings involving Bitfinex and Tether....
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Blockchain CEOs Fed Up With South Korean Regulation Approach: Report

South Korean Blockchain projects are ditching the domestic market due to regulatory headaches, mainstream media report. South Korean Blockchain Projects Look Abroad Referencing a range of industry experts on August 18, local news outlet Business Korea noted the increasing tendency for Blockchain projects born in South Korea to seek out easier funding overseas.  Major international...
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Mid-Week Bitcoin Dump Not Caused By Chinese Ponzi: Researcher

Wednesday’s Bitcoin flash crash was not due to a sell-off from Chinese ponzi scam, PlusToken, a researcher has claimed. Sid Shekhar, the co-founder of London-based, TokenAnalyst, said the disputed coins were moved earlier on the blockchain. We Can All Relax, It’s A False Alarm As Bitcoinist reported on Thursday, cryptocurrency influencer, Dovey Wan, brought the $3 billion...
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Bitcoin Exchange Insurance Causing Major Headache for Operators in Hong Kong

Bitcoin exchanges in Hong Kong are facing considerable headaches complying with new regulations from the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) that stipulates compulsory insurance coverage against cryptocurrency theft. The SFC joins regulatory bodies in other jurisdictions in prescribing a detailed governance framework for their respective virtual currency market. However, the novel nature of the industry...
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Line-Owned Bitcoin Exchange BitMax Set for Regulatory Approval from FSA in Japan

Japanese messaging giant, Line Corp, will reportedly soon get the green light from the Financial Services Agency (FSA) to launch BitMax – its bitcoin exchange platform. Line is one of many social media companies including Facebook and Telegram, that is exploring different ventures in the cryptocurrency and blockchain technology space. Japan’s largest messaging platform is...
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QuadrigaCX: Court Monitor Says Exchange Should Opt For Bankruptcy

Ernst and Young, the court-appointed monitor for the QuadrigaCX proceedings say the embattled Bitcoin exchange should abandon its current restructuring and opt instead for bankruptcy proceedings. The “Big Four” consultancy firm believes such a move would be better for the exchange given the many difficulties being encountered regarding the recovery of missing funds. Meanwhile, revelations...
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