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Coinsquare To Enter European Markets By 2019, Bringing BTC, ETH And XRP With It

Coinsquare To Enter European Markets By 2019, Bringing BTC, ETH And XRP With It

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The biggest cryptocurrency exchange in Canada, Coinsquare, have announced in a press release that they now plan on entering European markets by Q4 2018, meaning that come 2019, Coinsquare should be readily available across a number of European countries, opening up for the trade of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP, Dogecoin and Dash. As an ultra-secure exchange, one that prides itself on its customer safety record, Coinsquare hopes to enter Europe as one of the most secure exchanges available, helping it retain the premier reputation it has built up in Canada. According to Thomas Jankowski, the Chief Digital and Growth Officer and Coinsquare: “Cryptocurrency investors globally want a platform they can trust. Coinsquare is a regulated, fully-compliant trading platform a
Investors Who Lost Out In The Mt. Gox Hack Can Now File Rehabilitation Claims

Investors Who Lost Out In The Mt. Gox Hack Can Now File Rehabilitation Claims

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According to new reports, those investors who lost assets during the infamous Mt. Gox hacks are now eligible to file rehabilitation claims against the exchange. We should note that within rehabilitation claims, the debtor (Mt. Gox) still holds the power to administer and dispose of assets, although a trustee will be appointed to oversee this. In the instance of Mt. Gox, the trustee is Nobuaki Kobayashi, as appointed by the Tokyo District Court. So, what happens now? Those who are eligible can file rehabilitation claims by going to this website – https://claims.mtgox.com/assets/index.html/, here, users must sign up and follow a set of instructions. It’s important to bear in mind that users will have to file slightly different claims depending on whether or not they have previously fil
Bitcoin buster? The search for a more stable cryptocurrency

Bitcoin buster? The search for a more stable cryptocurrency

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Cryptocurrencies - digital tokens known as cryptos for short - have investors in the grip of a gold rush fever, with billions being traded every day. Prices fluctuate wildly, making them high-risk investments. But could a more stable, less volatile crypto persuade us to think of digital moneyless as a speculative investment and more as a mainstream "smart" currency? There are now more than 1,500 cryptos - Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin to name just a few - being traded on about 190 exchanges around the world. Prices have soared and crashed alarmingly. In 2017 the price of a bitcoin rocketed to nearly £15,000 before losing two-thirds of its value in just a few months. It's currently worth about £5,000. This volatility may be a speculative trader's friend, but it has reinfo
Venezuela’s President Devalues Fiat Currency by 95%, Pegs it to Crypto ‘Petro’

Venezuela’s President Devalues Fiat Currency by 95%, Pegs it to Crypto ‘Petro’

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Venezuela’s switch to a cryptocurrency-pegged currency marks the first time that a nation has done so. However, economists warn that the subsequent devaluation will only worsen the inflation rated, which is growing at an annualized rate of a whopping 108,000 percent, according to Bloomberg. As CCN reported, Venezuelans were already liquidating their bolivars into Bitcoin earlier this year, in spite of a government ban. The population has also been fleeing Venezuela to avoid the momentary crisis, which now borders on a humanitarian crisis. Though the conditions are not rosy for the history-making event for the cryptocurrency, President Maduro ultimately followed through with sweeping monetary changes, while the world watches the eventual outcome. The switch to the Petro is far from a
Seven Premier League Football Clubs Sign Bitcoin Advertising Deal With eToro

Seven Premier League Football Clubs Sign Bitcoin Advertising Deal With eToro

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UK-based trading platform eToro has signed an advertising deal with seven Premier League football clubs paid in Bitcoin for the first time, the parties revealed Tuesday, August 21. According to various sources, UK clubs Tottenham Hotspur, Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace, Cardiff City, Leicester City Football Club, Newcastle United, and Southampton announced they had signed up to host eToro advertisements. Blockchain and cryptocurrency integration in football stadiums and the industry will also form a focus for the partnerships, eToro so far not giving details as to the nature of the “exploration.” The move marks a fresh milestone for cryptocurrency integration in mainstream football. Sporadic experiments have already come from clubs elsewhere, including Turkey, where Haru