PwC: „Store Crypto Unicorns blir stadig mer som“ Crypto Octopuses „“

Crypto M & A-avtalsstørrelse i H1 2020 overstiger hele 2019, men mengden har ikke økt. Verdien av M & A-ene i kryptovalutaverdenen så sterk vekst i år da den oversteg totalt 2019 bare de første seks månedene av 2020, ifølge PwCs siste rapport om kryptosammenslåing, anskaffelse og innsamlingslandskap. Sammenlignet med fjorårets $ 481 millioner, registrerte første halvår i år 597 millioner dollar i global avtalsverdi ettersom binding ble...

A Mastercard credit card that pays you in Bitcoins – Wirex wants to board the USA

Pay with cryptos from everywhere - Wirex and its cryptos debit cards are the good news. Following the announcement of its partnership with Mastercard and a successful £3.7 million fund raising, the company reveals new multi-currency cards and plans for expansion in the US. In an announcement published on October 21, Wirex presented its new Mastercard debit card, which for the first time will be multi-currency. This update...

HODLERS: La maggior parte degli investitori di Crypto detiene la maggioranza in Bitcoin rispetto ad Altcoins, sondaggio trova

Un interessante sondaggio ha rivelato che la maggior parte degli investitori cripto hanno la maggior parte delle loro partecipazioni in Bitcoin, piuttosto che in altcoin. Poiché il prezzo del Bitcoin ha registrato un nuovo massimo annuale, la maggior parte dei partecipanti ad un recente sondaggio ha condiviso il fatto di detenere la maggior parte delle loro partecipazioni in Bitcoin Era piuttosto che in altcoins. I trader Bitcoin si...

Bitcoin updated its 2020 maximum at above $12,850.

On Wednesday 21 October, the price of the first crypt currency continued its upward movement, exceeding $12,850 at the time. This is a record level for the current year and the highest since July 2019. Bitcoin rose in price by 6.4 per cent per day and 11.6 per cent over the last seven days; capitalisation increased to $236.4 billion and the dominance index exceeded 60 per cent. At...

Every second Bitcoin exchange does not collect enough customer data

Bitcoin and money laundering. To date, cryptocurrencies have failed to completely strip their association with shady financial practices. A new study by Ciphertrace shows: crypto exchanges and comparable service providers continue to have a lot of catching up to do when it comes to anti-money laundering measures. In 2020, 56 percent of all Bitcoin exchanges place too little value on adequate customer identification. A new study comes to...

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