Plair, a blockchain start-up that intends to build a decentralized gaming eco-system, has completed its Initial Coin Offering (ICO) raising $22 Million.
Stellar is also breaking below a key support zone at the bottom of its long-term symmetrical triangle.
Finbitex gains massive attention due to the transformational trading experience it is giving to cryptocurrency owners.
Bitcoin is gaining bearish momentum since its downside break from a falling wedge pattern. Price appears to be forming a descending channel on its daily time frame and is setting its sights on the very bottom.
Trezor, the leading manufacture of crypto hardware wallets, is warning people that fake copies are being sold on the Internet.
The governor of the Bank of Thailand has stated that the use of crypto won’t be used in the country for another three to five years.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao is tired of all the “shilling” associated with XRP as fans of Ripple’s asset hope to see it become a base currency of the exchange.
The city-state of Singapore is cementing its position a progressive destination for both cryptocurrencies and blockchain-based technology. Governmental authorities are now pressing to broaden the regulatory leeway of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
In another incident of action against ICOs, regulators in North Dakota have cracked down on an initial coin offering.
Major financial services corporation, Standard Chartered, believes that while banks are benefiting from the digital revolution, they’ve barely scratched the surface of its potential.
San Francisco-based digital currency exchange Kraken is calling Bitcoin SV (BSV) an “extremely high-risk investment.”
The Bakkt Bitcoin futures trading product will not go live in 2018 as the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) pushes the launch to January 2019. This announcement comes even as the cryptocurrency market continues to experience a decline with BTC trading below $5,000.
Bitcoin is plunging faster than the RMS Titanic, and the Department of Justice is looking into whether the drop has anything to do with Bitcoin’s alleged ties to the stablecoin Tether.
Even with the current decline in the cryptocurrency market, major corporations still seem intent on investing in blockchain technology.
It seems the end may be near when it comes to determining regulations, or even some semblance of clarity, for cryptocurrencies in India.