Steven Seagal’s Crypto Endorsement: Inside A Massive Cloud Mining Crypto Swindle

A multi-platform, multi-continent scam roped in hundreds of people for at least $1,000 each over the course of 2017 and 2018. The old Cloud Mining exit scam in the extreme. An altcoin called “Bitcoin 2nd Generation,” B2G or Bitcoiin2G came

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Paxos Standard Hassling Ethereum Traders Trying to Redeem Stablecoin PAX for Dollars

The source for this article wishes to remain anonymous. He is one of multiple sources this reporter has spoken to recently. All of them are relatively large-scale traders who have used Paxos Standard. They are a group of five traders.

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Interview: BTC.com’s Alejandro de la Torre on Bitcoin, Crypto Mining, & Whether Satoshi is Female

Alejandro de la Torre is a busy man. His role as VP of Business Operations at BTC.com, Bitmain’s largest mining pool, involves managing the team, educating users, speaking with potential new customers, scouting out business opportunities, talking about BTC.com and

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Bitcoin Cash: Where the 4th-Largest Cryptocurrency Stands the Day after the Fork

Yesterday, the Bitcoin Cash network activated its second scheduled semi-annual hard fork since the cryptocurrency split away from the original Bitcoin blockchain. Unlike the previous protocol upgrade, however, this fork was contentious, with development teams launching two competing, incompatible BCH

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Interview: Researcher Argues EOS isn’t a Blockchain — Just a Distributed Database

Blockchain testing and research company Whiteblock Inc. has released a damning verdict on EOS, describing it as a “distributed homogeneous database” masquerading as a blockchain. In a report titled “EOS: An Architectural, Performance and Economic Analysis,” the company dissects several

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Why Investors are Highly Optimistic in Acquisition of Korea’s Largest Crypto Exchange

On October 12, CCN reported that BK Global Consortium, the parent company of Singapore-based BK Medical Group, has acquired a 50 percent stake in Bithumb, South Korea’s largest crypto exchange. Kim Byung-gun, a prominent plastic surgeon and blockchain investor, finalized

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‘Rehypothecation’: More about the Wall Street Practice that Could Ruin Bitcoin

Note: This is part 4 in a multi-part article series exploring rehypothecation and commingling in bitcoin and other cryptocurrency markets. Part 1 and part 2 are interviews with Caitlin Long and parts 3 and 4 ask the question, “How did

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‘Rehypothecation’: Inside the Wall Street Practice that Could Ruin Bitcoin

Note: This is part 3 in a multi-part article series exploring rehypothecation and commingling in bitcoin and other cryptocurrency markets. Part 1 and part 2 are interviews with Caitlin Long and parts 3 and 4 ask the question, “How did

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New Crop of ‘Regulated’ Stablecoins are Trading at a Premium to Tether

The next wave of USD-backed stablecoins have begun to make their way onto high-volume cryptocurrency exchanges, and early indications suggest that traders may trust them more than tether (USDT). New USD-Backed Cryptocurrencies Vie for Tether’s Crown As CCN reported, cryptocurrency

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