The Wild West days of the ICO craze seem to be long gone, and much of the news around crypto seems to fall into the same categories: market speculation, authorities regulating or touting the creation of their own cryptocurrency, and advances in resolving cryptocurrency challenges (decentralization, scalability, adoption, privacy, etc.). Since there is more information […]

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Ukraine has been planning to legalize gambling since 2020. A corresponding draft law has been developed and passed for consideration to the Verkhovna Rada. The Minister of Finance Oksana Markarova states that revenue from the gambling business can reach 5-9 billion UAH.       The international Smile-Expo company supports the state initiative to legalize gambling and provides […]

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4th of November 2019 – Tap Global Ltd (TAP) has been granted the in-principle approval of their DLT licence from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. This licence will enable TAP to launch a fully regulated Crypto Wallet linked to the TAP Prepaid Mastercard card. The TAP accounts come with multiple crypto and fiat wallets and […]

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In the context of the World Bank/IMF spring meetings, blockchain and crypto were included as topics of discussion in 2018 and 2019. This 3-part series tries to contextualize this occurrence by taking a look back at how these financial institutions came to be (part 1), how they are talking about crypto (part 2) and reflecting […]

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In the context of the World Bank/IMF spring meetings, blockchain and crypto were included as topics of discussion in 2018 and 2019. This 3-part series tries to contextualize this occurrence by taking a look back at how these financial institutions came to be (part 1), how they are talking about crypto (part 2) and reflecting […]

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In the context of the World Bank/IMF spring meetings, blockchain and crypto were included as topics of discussion in 2018 and 2019. This 3-part series tries to contextualize this occurrence by taking a look back at how these financial institutions came to be (part 1), how they are talking about crypto (part 2) and reflecting […]

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Some people go out of their way to lie. That seems to be the case of Joerg Molt, who, according to the Twitter account associated with him, is one of Bitcoin’s co-founders. After Craig Wright and all the media circus he created when he came out as Satoshi, Molt’s attempt seems way less credible. That […]

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Google claimed quantum supremacy recently. That sent Bitcoin enthusiasts into uncharted territory. Traders, who are typically easy to spook, have the most to lose – or gain – from the implications that quantum computing might have on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But what are those implications at this point? Does Bitcoin really have a quantum […]

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On October 6, Bitcoin SV (BSV) surpassed Bitcoin’s (BTC) number of daily transactions recording 290,000 versus the latter’s 288,000. Of the different Bitcoin forks that have existed, BSV is the only one that has scaled to this level. Although it is technically not a Bitcoin fork – it forked from Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – it […]

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