Central Bank of Argentina Prepares New Regulations for Digital Wallets – Regulation Bitcoin News

The Central Bank of Argentina is reportedly working on a new group of regulations seeking to control the totality of the digital wallets in the country. This new legal framework is directed at stopping fraud said to be facilitated...

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First Mover Asia: China CBDC Is No Government Version of Bitcoin; Terra’s Luna, Other Altcoins Jump

At the time of publication, bitcoin was trading below $37,500, down about 2% over the past 24 hours. Ether, the second-largest crypto by market cap, was changing hands below $2,600, down about 1% during the same period. A number...

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What Does the Future Hold for Ethereum?

Everything You Need to Know About Eteherum’s Future Plan Future of Ethereum cryptocurrency Several cryptocurrencies are battling for market share. Bitcoin is the foremost cryptocurrency followed by Ethereum, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency. But what makes Ethereum so unique that...

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MUFG Shuts Blockchain Payments Network within a Year of Launch

Japan’s largest lender, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) announced on Tuesday the decision to shut down the blockchain-based online payments network, Global Open Network Japan that was developed in collaboration with Akamai Technologies. Q4 2021 volumes have gone up...

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Crypto investment fund KR1 continues to back cross-chain liquidity protocol HydraDX

KR1, a blockchain and crypto-asset investment company, has now announced it has participated in the HydraDX (HDX) crowdloan and Polkadot (DOT) parachain auction. KR1 contributed a total of 350,000.00 DOT to the HydraDX crowdloan campaign, which successfully secured a...

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El Salvador’s Tourism Rises 30% After Bitcoin Became Legal Tender – Featured Bitcoin News

El Salvador’s tourism has grown more than 30% after adopting bitcoin as legal tender, according to the country’s ministry of tourism. “Cryptocurrency multiplies the opportunities to do business with more partners anywhere in the world,” the Salvadoran government explained....

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