Turkey’s New Economic Roadmap Calls for Central Bank Cryptocurrency

An economic road map unveiled by the government of Turkey this week includes several items related to blockchain, including a bid to create a central bank digital currency based on the technology. The Eleventh Development Plan, published on the government’s official website, was  submitted to the Turkish Parliament on July 8, according to regional reports.…

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Turkish Police Arrest 24 Suspects Involved in Hacking Crypto Firm, Local Media Reports

Turkish police have arrested 24 people allegedly involved in a 13 million Turkish lira ($2.47 million) hack from an unnamed crypto firm in Istanbul, local government-backed media Daily Sabah reported on Feb. 12. Following a report of an alleged hack from a crypto-related company in Istanbul, the city police’s Cybercrime Department found that that stolen…

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PR: EasyVisual Blasts Advertising Market with New Channel for Brand Promotion

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Boost for Bitcoin? Germany Aims to Withdraw From US-Led Financial System

Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, has called for an independent payment system free of the US, which experts have said is extremely positive for Bitcoin. Throughout the past several months, Iran and Turkey were hit hard by US sanctions, excluded from the global financial system. The two countries have been unable to initiate transactions to other…

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Cryptocurrency Ownership in Europe and the US Expected to Double: ING Study

Despite bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies currently hovering near their lows for the year, interest in the nascent technology is expected to more than double in the future in the United States and Europe. This is according to a study conducted by ING Bank N.V. in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania,…

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