The Daily: Coinspot Launches OTC Desk, Bitdeer Expands in Eastern Europe

The Daily Crypto exchange Coinspot has launched an over-the-counter trading desk in Australia and you’ll find more about the platform in this edition of The Daily. Elsewhere, computing power-sharing platform Bitdeer.com is focusing on Eastern Europe through a partnership with the largest digital asset trader in the region, Exmo. And in the U.S., expired Mccoins…

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Wine Retailer to Buy Majority Stake in Japanese Bitcoin Exchange for $30M

News Madison Holdings Group Ltd. has agreed to buy 67.2 percent of Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Bitocean for 1.68 billion yen ($15.12 million). Inclusive of fees, the wines and alcoholic beverages company will pay a total $30.12 million. According to local media reports, the deal is to be completed through a subsidiary, Madison Labs. Also read: Cryptocurrency…

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VIDEO: The Bisq Marketplace

Bisq is an open-source, peer-to-peer application that allows you to buy and sell cryptocurrencies in exchange for national currencies. No registration required. Bisq does not require identity verification, it is decentralized, non custodial, privat, open source and very easy to use! Check it out at https://bisq.network Donate Bitcoin to Max: 3DqEnU6dW6bZesrVdThrrQjQKgN7dpY5vv https://tallyco.in/HillebrandMax Support the Show:…

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International Cooperation ‘Critical’ to SEC Action Against ICOs

Regulation Steven Peikin, co-director of the enforcement division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), recently described international cooperation as playing a critical role in facilitating investigations in the initial coin offering (ICO) sector. Also Read: Chinese Miners Short BTC Markets to Hedge Against Falling Prices  ‘Daunting Task’ of Identifying Misconduct Speaking at Harvard Law…

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Trial Begins: Bitcoin Exchange Accused of Wrongfully Reversing Trades

News The trial over alleged wrongful reversals of seven bitcoin trades that occurred last year has reportedly begun in Singapore. Cryptocurrency exchange Quoine has been sued by a market maker. The plaintiff is seeking to recover 3,085 BTC from the exchange. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Plaintiff Seeks 3,085 BTC The…

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