Thai Crypto Exchange BX.in.th Shuts Down

Bitcoin Co. Ltd., (BX.in.th) a popular crypto exchange in Thailand, is shuttering its services.  In a company announcement, last updated on September 2, 2019, the exchange claimed that the closure will allow it to focus on other business opportunities. It instructed customers to withdraw their funds, as deposits and trading would be disabled from September…

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Will Binance’s Accelerator Program Help Bitcoin?

Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has formally introduced its accelerator program for blockchain and cryptocurrency development. The exchange announced the launch of Binance X, a project that is designed to provide blockchain developers with some of the resources needed to power their work. The program includes educational direction as well as tools and channels for online…

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The Changing Face of Cryptocurrency Trading in 2019

The cryptocurrency exchange landscape has evolved significantly in 2019. The number, quality and diversity of exchanges has multiplied, giving traders an unprecedented number of venues to choose from. This smorgasbord of options risks leaving traders overwhelmed, however, as exchanges jockey for supremacy, launching new features and products designed to woo the competition and cement their…

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The Push to Kill Cash – Australia’s Proposed Ban Shows It’s Not Conspiracy Theory

The supposed coordination of governments and tech companies to create a one-world, cashless society is often viewed as little more than fodder for silly Youtube conspiracy videos. After all, cash is still king in daily life, even in extremely high-tech, innovative societies like Japan. Upon closer examination, though, current realities like Australia’s proposed cash transaction…

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QuickBit Confirms Data Leak

Sweden-based cryptocurrency exchange QuickBit has confirmed an alleged data leak of customer records in an update to its blog. According to the exchange, an outside contractor left customer data unprotected while carrying out a security upgrade on QuickBit’s servers. This negligent behavior affected roughly 2 percent of the exchange’s customers, the post explains. “QuickBit has…

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