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Former CFTC Chairman Says Ripple [XRP] Is Not A Security

Christopher Giancarlo, the former U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), has published a detailed article at the International Financial Law Review on June 17, 2020, dubbed the Cryptocurrencies and US securities laws: beyond Bitcoin and ether, claiming that XRP, the native currency of the XRPL ledger, is a utility. Just like BTC and ETH, they don’t fall under

Christopher Giancarlo, the former U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), has published a detailed article at the International Financial Law Review on June 17, 2020, dubbed the Cryptocurrencies and US securities laws: beyond Bitcoin and ether, claiming that XRP, the native currency of the XRPL ledger, is a utility. Just like BTC and ETH, they don’t fall under

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Cryptocurrency Exchange Bans Augur, OMNI, Gas and 6 Other Altcoins From Trading in the US

Poloniex Exchange today announced that it will disable the trading of nice cryptocurrencies which included Lisk [LSK], Ardor [ARDR], Bytecoin [BCN], NXT, Augur [REP], Game Credits [GAME], Ehtereum Gas [GAS], ONMI, Lisk (LSK) and Decred [DCR] in the United States. From 29th May 2019, the above-mentioned coins will be delisted for its US customers. The

Poloniex Exchange today announced that it will disable the trading of nice cryptocurrencies which included Lisk [LSK], Ardor [ARDR], Bytecoin [BCN], NXT, Augur [REP], Game Credits [GAME], Ehtereum Gas [GAS], ONMI, Lisk (LSK) and Decred [DCR] in the United States. From 29th May 2019, the above-mentioned coins will be delisted for its US customers. The

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Litecoin tablet
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Litecoin (LTC) Branded Tablets Released To Ensure Secure Storage of Cryptocurrency

Litecoin Foundation has introduced a crypto-tablet in collaboration with Cobo. Litecoin brand logo will be inscribed on the top of the tablet. The tablet can be used to secure recovery phrases for open source wallets. The tablet offers a secure way of storing the cryptocurrency pass-phrases which are generally susceptible to theft and damage if

Litecoin Foundation has introduced a crypto-tablet in collaboration with Cobo. Litecoin brand logo will be inscribed on the top of the tablet. The tablet can be used to secure recovery phrases for open source wallets. The tablet offers a secure way of storing the cryptocurrency pass-phrases which are generally susceptible to theft and damage if

Kraken Exchange Announces 2FA Obligatory Following DragonEx’s Hack Tale 
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Kraken Exchange Announces 2FA Obligatory Following DragonEx’s Hack Tale 
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Kraken Exchange Tighten Up its Security Citing DragonEx’s Hack Tale

A note from Nick Percoco, Kraken’s New Chief Security Officer reveals strict security features on Kraken Cryptocurrency exhange. Accordingly, he announced 2FA policy mandatory for its users which were optional since the launch of exchange. Kraken Announcing 2FA Obligatory Kraken is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchange which had recently appeared on Bulletins due to

A note from Nick Percoco, Kraken’s New Chief Security Officer reveals strict security features on Kraken Cryptocurrency exhange. Accordingly, he announced 2FA policy mandatory for its users which were optional since the launch of exchange. Kraken Announcing 2FA Obligatory Kraken is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchange which had recently appeared on Bulletins due to

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Cryptopia
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Cryptopia Hacked: Falls Victim to Security Breach, Police Investigating

Exchange level security breaches and hacks were the biggest pain point for crypto exchanges in 2018 and the start of 2019 seems to be not very different. While we are still in the second week of New Year, we already have a reported ‘security breach’. This time the victim is Cryptopia, a popular New Zealand

Exchange level security breaches and hacks were the biggest pain point for crypto exchanges in 2018 and the start of 2019 seems to be not very different. While we are still in the second week of New Year, we already have a reported ‘security breach’. This time the victim is Cryptopia, a popular New Zealand