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Japan & Yahoo! To Launch A Crypto Exchange

Yes, you read it right – Yahoo! is in crypto too. Japanese crypto exchange Taotao is backed by Yahoo! Japan (the company owns 40%); it’s set for May launch. It will trade Bitcoin and Ethereum to begin with, and there are plans to add Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple later. Yahoo! Japan announced its participation …

Huobi And OKEx Are Ready For Tron-Based USDT

Get your coins ready, fellow investors and crypto traders! Huobi and OKEx exchanges have announced their support for Tron-based USDT. This indicates further demand for stablecoins – a trend which keeps its steam for quite some time now. If you’re confused about “Tron-based USDT,” here a breakdown. Earlier this month Tron (a blockchain protocol) and …

Crypto Exchanges: Trading Volumes Are Highly Questionable

It seems that bad news keeps rolling and rolling. No crypto spring in the foreseeable future, eh? So now there is a serious blow to ya’ll traders out there: the latest research shows that trading volumes at some major crypto exchanges are questionable. What are you going to do with that? That same research has …

Switzerland: Online Shopping With Crypto

Digitec Galaxus, the biggest online retailer in the country, has started to accept crypto payments. Now, how cool is that? Instead of endless talks about strategies on crypto mass adoption, Digitec Galaxus just made crypto payment option available. That’s it, that’s how to promote crypto to the masses. For starters, there are two online shops …

A Clearing Day At Bithumb

Everyone is clearing their premises as if it’s a spring. Even mighty crypto platforms like Huobi, Bitmain, ConsenSys, and Coinsquare have announced layoffs. Now Bithumb is at it too. The biggest South Korean exchange will kick out 50% of its stuff. And do you wanna have a laugh? They say it’s a “voluntary retirement” program …

Australia Is Serious About Its Blockchain Strategy

The Australian government wants to propel the usage of blockchain in the public sector. For this, the roadmap and donation (AU$100,000, or $71,000) are needed. In fact, the governing body wants Australia to become a “global leader” in this field. Kudos to them! This is a logical continuation of what some call “an obsession”: a …

IBM Hints On Stablecoin Development

That’s right; it seems that IBM is jumping on the stablecoin bandwagon. They’re basing their decision on the market demand for stablecoins, especially for financial institutions. IBM is very serious about the blockchain, and nope it seems that crypto – or rather, it’s more “fancy’ type, a stablecoin – is on their radar too. Here …

Tether Is Just Messy

It seems that people behind Tether have lost the plot. They’re doing some crazy stupid sh*t and hoping that it will remain unnoticed. In the age of social media! Yeah, well Facebook and Instagram were down for some time, but all other platforms – especially Twitter – not. So, y’all know how Tether is called …

Blockchain And Crypto Projects Are Filled With Bugs

Yep, your favorite, super-secure, and safe toy, a.k.a. Blockchain (and it’s kiddo crypto) is actually full of bugs. The White Hat hackers have detected over 40 bugs in the last 30 days. Holy crap, that’s impressive. It seems that gambling is the field most “filled” with bugs. And the ever-present Coinbase is not immune to …

Bloomberg: Bitcoin Is Doomed

All signs are pointing to one thing: the price of Bitcoin will fall. And the downfall will be severe. That’s not some random people talking, that’s Bloomberg. Leading indicators are showing that the demand for “digital gold” (holy cr*ap, those names!!!) is going down. Bitcoin struggles to reach $4,000 for some weeks now – and …