Tag: digital currencie

Lisk – smart money or a nail to the coffin?

Keen interest Surely, many people got interested in the project due to the upcoming rebranding, which was supposed to take place in September. Rebranding usually means changing the logo and the homepage of the project. In the past, when other cryptocurrencies were rebranding, their value would rise even by a few hundred percent in a very short period of time. This is one of the reasons why there was a significant inflow of new capital into Lisk, which made its price shoot up by over 300%. The awaited rebranding and huge price gains tempted more investors, which resulted in...

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What will France’s approach to the ICO be?

According to the national regulator of the financial markets, France is seeking to draw up rules covering fund collections through the ICO. It is time to take the stand! Speaking last week in Challenges‘ business magazine, Robert Ophele, President of AMF (Autorite des marches financiers), said that his agency was seeking to formalize the Blockchain technology regulations, citing the growing interest in this technology in France. He said in a publication: We want to get a quick position on the issue. It is not entirely clear when the rules will be published. The explanation given by France may dispel...

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Remixpoint allows you to pay your bills with Bitcoin

Remixpoint, a Japanese company operating in many industries, has recently introduced a new service to its offering. Innovation enables customers from all over Japan to pay electricity bills with Bitcoin. It is worth noting that by choosing such a method of payment, you will be able to receive a special discount! Historical figures Remixpoint, founded in March 2004, is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and has a market capitalization of approximately 57 billion yen. The company is active in a number of energy-related industries, such as the design and sale of energy management systems, energy-saving consulting, sales of...

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A cashless society in Sweden?

Sweden wants to become the world’s first cashless society! It is certainly a good sign for the digital currencies that may find their niche in such a modernized market. Potential profits As many Swedish financial institutions have noted, companies do not profit from the use of cash. Money must be physically managed, which contributes only to the amount of work that entrepreneurs have to carry out. In addition, it is much more difficult for the State to control the origin of money when paying in cash. This is one of the reasons why Sweden has been pursuing non-cash transactions...

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Russia may prohibit the use of cryptocurrencies

Russia seems to be changing its stance towards Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Just one month earlier, we were able to see smiling Buterin signing an agreement with Russian banks on partnership with Ethereum. Now, suddenly, it seems that Russia can completely ban cryptocurrency payments. Undecided authorities Alexei Moiseev, Deputy Minister of Finance, told journalists that given the volatility of digital currency prices, risks for consumers and the possibility of incurring hacking losses, cryptocurrencies are likely to be banned. In an interview he said: No regulator doubts that payments will be banned. In my opinion, in a country where millions...

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