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Coinbase Crypto Services Expand to 11 New Countries: Why it’s Important

On April 17th, word went around that Coinbase crypto services will be expanding to 11 new countries. And the information is true. According to the crypto exchange, Coinbase will expand its crypto-to-crypto conversions and trading services to Colombia and Mexico, among other countries. Here’s what we know. Coinbase Expanding Crypto Services Based in San Francisco, USA, Coinbase said in a ...

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Binance CEO CZ: Whether It’s an ICO or an IEO, Regulatory Compliance Is Still an Issue

CEO and founder of Binance CZ has emphasized that crypto exchange-hosted token offerings are no less subject to regulatory hurdles than their decentralized ICO predecessors Cointelegraph.com News

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“It’s A Lion’s Den” – P2P Traders Discuss Challenges of Operating on Localbitcoins

Despite many cryptocurrency users having made their first purchases using Localbitcoins, little attention is paid to the experiences of the traders who operate on the platform. News.Bitcoin.com reached out to several Localbitcoins traders to find out about the challenges facing peer-to-peer crypto brokers. Also Read: Darknet Buyers Flock to Wall Street as Dream Winds Down “It’s A Lion’s Den” News.Bitcoin.com ...

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It’s 2019 and IBM Is Still Trying to Find a Use Case for Blockchain

IBM claims that six banks will issue stablecoins using its World Wire protocol which is based on the Stellar network. According to the tech giant, three banks have publicly committed to the initiative, and the remainder will reveal themselves soon. The announcement joins the resurgence of blockchain razzmatazz this year that feels eerily similar to the last time distributed ledger ...

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It’s time to start caring about “VR cinema,” and SXSW’s stunners are proof

My pick for SXSW 2019’s best VR film, Metro Veinte, asked viewers to sit in wheelchairs while they watched the 18-minute film. [credit: Sam Machkovech ] AUSTIN, Texas—You may love, hate, or shrug at the idea of virtual reality, but one niche is still unequivocally devoted to the format: film festivals. The reasons aren’t all great. Because VR usually requires ...

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The SEC’s Guidelines and Statements Show That It’s Slowly Learning to Accept ICOs

The SEC’s changing guidelines show that it’s slowly making peace with ICOs Cointelegraph.com News

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In Russia, getting arrested isn’t personal. It’s just business.

Late last month, Russia’s largest private equity firm took the extremely unusual step of publishing an open letter to President Vladimir Putin. The case has triggered international shock waves, with many suspecting Mr. Calvey’s arrest and ongoing detention are somehow connected to the escalating geopolitical acrimony between the US and Russia. Rather, he has become a victim of Russia’s vicious ...

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$100K Mario seller: “It’s probably the wrong move, long term, to sell”

Enlarge / Ba-ding! (credit: Aurich) Last week, a copy of the first printing of Super Mario Bros. in pristine condition sold for just over $ 100,000. This week, the collector who sold that gem told Ars that he’s been preparing for this moment for years. The seller—who asked to remain anonymous to protect his privacy but goes by the handle ...

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