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Daily Archives: January 3rd, 2018

Korean Lawyers Take Government to Court over Crypto Regulation

A law firm from Seoul has decided to address arbitrary measures taken by authorities to regulate cryptocurrency trade. Korean lawyers have filed an appeal accusing their government of “unconstitutional” infringement on property rights. Newly imposed rules are devaluing virtual currencies, they say. Also read: Koreans Deposited 64 Times More Fiat Into Crypto Exchanges in 2017 […]

ERC20 cryptocurrency support coming to KeepKey wallet

KeepKey, the cryptocurrency hardware wallet has announced that ER20 support is coming to the wallet early in 2018. The US-based company was acquired by ShapeShift last summer for an undisclosed amount, with the KeepKey… ERC20 cryptocurrency support coming to KeepKey wallet was published on CryptoNinjas.

RSK Beta Brings Ethereum-Style Smart Contracts Closer to Bitcoin

RSK, a much-anticipated project designed to boost bitcoin’s functionality, took a step toward becoming real Tuesday with a beta launch.

BitOasis Will List XRP in the Near Future

Cryptocurrency adoption is slowly growing all over the world. More specifically, various countries are regulating Bitcoin or preparing to do so. In the UAE region, it seems there is a genuine interest in various cryptocurrencies as well. BitOasis, one of the biggest local exchanges, has announced they will integrate XRP soon. Although no further details […]

Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Grinding Higher

Litecoin price is now above the $250 level against the US Dollar. LTC/USD is slowly moving higher and is facing a major hurdle near $265. Key Talking Points Litecoin price is grinding higher and is currently trading above the $250 level (Data feed of Kraken) against the US Dollar. There is a key connecting bullish […]

The FinTech outlook for 2018

I usually start the new year by making some predictions, but so many others have been writing about 2018 trends that I’m not going to. There are four big things for 2018 from a FinTech viewpoint that are obvious to me, however