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Iran Reveals National Cryptocurrency Features

Posted a year ago in Around the World,Bitcoin News by Ryan

Iran has revealed details of its national cryptocurrency amid U.S. led sanctions.

DPRK Targets Crypto Exchanges With MacOS Malware

Posted a year ago in Blockchain News,Around the World by Ryan

Kaspersky has potentially identified a North Korean cybercrime gang Lazarus as targeting cryptocurrency exchanges, and fintech companies under a malware campaign called AppleJeus.

Germany Aims To Move Away From U.S. Led Financial System

Posted a year ago in Around the World,Government Regulation by Ryan

Europe's largest economy, Germany, is calling for an independent financial system from the U.S. Leading some to believe this to be positive for Bitcoin.

South Korean National Assembly Discusses ICO And Blockchain Island

Posted a year ago in Around the World,Blockchain News by Ryan

Business Korea is reporting South Korean lawmakers are discussing the countrys ICO ban, and other topics.

eToro Signs Bitcoin Advertising Deal With Seven Premier Football League Clubs

Posted a year ago in Around the World,Blockchain News by Ryan

Reported Tuesday seven Premier League Football League Clubs sign an advertising deal to be paid in Bitcoin with eToro

Chinese Police Arrest Hackers For $87 Million In Crypto Theft

Posted a year ago in Around the World,Blockchain News by Ryan

Three individuals allegedly having stolen $87 Million in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been arrested according to Chinese news agency Xinhua.

The Financial Revolution: How Many Millions Will Break the Chains of Perpetual Poverty?

Posted a year ago in Around the World by Trassos

Latin America shares more than a continent. Common themes include federalist and centralist governments supported by military oversight, systems rife with political corruption. Economic uncertainty, with looming resultant insolvency and exorbitant interest rates—the ever-present specter of inflation—threaten the fragile social systems dominated by these trends.