If You’ve Been Scammed Out of Cryptocurrency It’s Probably Your Fault

Scammers are a dastardly, low down bunch. Preying on the gullible, extorting the vulnerable, and hoodwinking the hoodwinkable with their promise of free bitcoin if you send a little first and daily interest on your Bitconnect loan. It’s an indisputable fact that if the cryptocurrency space were cleansed of scammers, Continue Reading

Hello Group Develops Exchange Platform Offering Bitcoin Cash Trading Pairs

Bitcoin cash (BCH) continues to establish itself as a versatile cryptocurrency, pulled by market forces to fill various niches. It is already supported by many wallets and ATMs, and now Hello Group plans to use BCH as the base currency on its latest exchange platform offering. Also Read: American ATM Continue Reading

The ICO Scam Train Arrives in Sweden – Meet “Starflow”

ICO scams can take many forms. There are phishing scams, perpetrated by impostors. There are the straight-up take-your-money-and-run exit scams. And there are the pointless ICO scams which will rob investors by failing to deliver a viable working product or shipping vaporware. In the long run, these are every bit Continue Reading

Revenues of Cryptocurrency Exchanges in South Korea Up 88-Fold

According to recent data collected by the South Korean government, the accumulated commission income of the country’s 30 cryptocurrency exchanges last year was 87.5 times that of the previous year. The vast increase in income and crypto transactions was largely contributed by the newcomer exchange backed by Kakao Corp. Also Continue Reading

Kathleen Breitman: Tezos Will “Go Rogue” and Launch Soon

Tezos investors wondering when the beleaguered project will see the light of day have finally received news. At UCLA Blockchain Lab’s Cyber Days conference on Sunday, Kathleen Breitman promised to “go rogue” and press ahead with the platform launch. If the Tezos co-founder has her way, “tezzies” tokens will be Continue Reading

This Week in Bitcoin: Hip Hop and You Don’t Stop

For the first time in forever – okay, a month – bitcoin is looking bullish again. Not wreck-a-china-shop bullish, but enough for us to focus on things other than price action. Things like hip-hoppers whose love affair with bitcoin is blossoming. And cult-like altcoin fanatics whose taste for the Kool-Aid Continue Reading

Indians Look to Buy Bitcoin Overseas as Regulations Tighten

As cryptocurrency regulations start to pile up in India, a new trend is emerging for Indians to acquire cryptocurrencies from abroad, such as from relatives or friends with overseas accounts. Also read: Japan Cracks Down on Foreign ICO Agency Operating Without License Increased Regulations The Indian government has recently intensified its Continue Reading

Bitmex Research: Tether Not a Ponzi But Susceptible to Shutdown

The research arm of Bitmex exchange is back with another detailed and wide-ranging investigation. This time it’s Tether, the company and its U.S. dollar-backed token that frequently comes in for scrutiny. A typically well-researched post outlines whether there’s precedent for U.S. regulators shutting down the service, and explores allegations that Continue Reading

Bitcoin Divorce Presents New Challenge for Rabbinical Court in Israel

While some state authorities and financial regulators might deride bitcoin, more people are using the cryptocurrency in their everyday lives. This has recently become evident by divorce cases around the globe involving bitcoin, with the latest example coming from Israel. Also Read: Half of Large British Businesses Hold Stockpiles of Continue Reading