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ZelaaCoin – The hottest $100 million ICO of 18 year old Sahil Arora

As the digital finance world is poised towards the evolving emergence of cryptocurrencies, the entire ecosystem is seeing a soar in usability as well as easier accessibility of capital for businesses is being unlocked. In these shifting paradigms – ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) have become one of the most talked about phenomena of the cryptographic realm. These technological & financial…

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American banks crack down on credit card usage to buy Cryptocurrencies

In yet another crackdown on the use of cryptocurrencies, America’s largest banks like JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc are quickly banning customers from using credit cards to buy cryptocurrencies, by declining such transactions. JPMorgan has even cited the risk of non-repayment by borrowers as the reason behind declining transactions. Last year, the Initial Coin…

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Best Dash Wallets: to buy dash

What is a DASH WALLET?

Dash is the peer-to-peer open source cryptocurrency that offers instant transactions, private transactions and operates a self-govern and self-funding model. Dash was originally released as the Xcoin in the year 2014 on 18th January. After 10 days on 28th January, the name was changed to “Darkcoin”.

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Why Cryptocurrency Is not dead

Crypto currency is not dead:The issue with Cryptocurrency is that you can’t govern something which is not real or does not exist. Cryptocurrencies are going through a crisis of governance, for example, the bitcoin is facing a problem about block size and other scaling strategies, the Ethereum had to make a huge effort in order to save DAO hub in the middle of its crisis and was finding no way to update its contract.

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EU regulators warn against CryptoCurrency

The European Union banking, securities and pensions regulators have warned cryptocurrency investors of the Bitcoin’s “pricing bubble” and said that the investors could lose all their money.
 The European Banking Authority, European Securities and Markets Authority, and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority claimed that there were no safeguards for consumers buying into the £290 billion cryptocurrency market.

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