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The White House issued two advisories on drug purchases in the United States today with specific references to cryptocurrencies. The advisories, addressed to both financial institutions and digital payment platforms, state that “convertible virtual currencies” (CVC), particularly bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum, and monero, can be and have been used for illicit substance purchases on the clear,
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Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini announced Wednesday that it is officially opening its doors to customers in Australia. The exchange’s fifth international move, the development means that Australian users can buy and sell five cryptocurrencies on Gemini including bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ethereum, litecoin, and zcash. The startup, founded by investors Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, is also making
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Last year the World Bank and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced a permissioned Ethereum-based blockchain to facilitate the end-to-end issuance of bonds between financial partners. The Bretton Woods-created financial institution hopes to make debt capital markets far more efficient with a bank-to-bank blockchain network. At the same time, the World Bank’s bond scheme has
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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CommBank) has co-developed a blockchain marketplace that it says could support sustainable development and reward landowners for protecting the environment. Created in partnership with BioDiversity Solutions Australia (BDS), the prototype platform uses digital tokens, dubbed BioTokens, to facilitate trading of biodiversity credits for the New South Wales Government’s Biodiversity Offsets Scheme. The scheme
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The assigned liquidator for the collapsed New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia says it’s making progress in determining customer holdings, but that the management of user funds by the exchange has caused delays. Professional services firm Grant Thornton New Zealand was assigned to oversee the liquidation process in May, after the exchange had failed to recover from
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Facebook is reportedly already under investigation by the EU over antitrust issues related to its Libra cryptocurrency project. A document seen by Bloomberg indicates that the European Commission is “currently investigating potential anti-competitive behavior” by the Libra Association. The report describes the document as a questionnaire suggesting the commission is concerned that Facebook’s planned digital payment system could unfairly
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Getting paid in bitcoin? You should be offended, apparently. | Source: Shutterstock By CCN Markets: In a sweeping article that bashes Bitcoin and it’s kindred, Izabella Kaminska of the Financial Times compares cryptocurrency salary earners to modern-day slaves. Pointing to the BBC show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’, Kaminska highlights a very relevant but
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