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          Union Bank of the Philippines Launching Cryptocurrency ATM      Cache   Translate Page      

One of the largest banks in the Philippines is reportedly launching a two-way cryptocurrency ATM that is in compliance with Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ specifications. In the Philippines, the central bank regulates cryptocurrencies “when used for delivery of financial services, particularly, for payments and remittances.” Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for […]

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          Bitcoin Lightning Network Hits 6,000 Nodes After Week Of Twitter Spotlight      Cache   Translate Page      

Bitcoin’s mainnet Lightning Network implementation has hit new records across the board as its rapid growth continues in 2019. 6,000 Nodes, $2.4 Million Capacity Data from monitoring resource 1ML.com confirms that the number of active nodes, channels and overall transaction capacity of Lightning are all now higher than ever in its thirteen-month history. The increase […]

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          ‘This is the Next Dotcom’ – 95% of Cryptocurrencies ‘Useless,’ Says Bitwise Market Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      

Matt Hougan of Bitwise Asset Management believes the sooner the cryptocurrency purge happens, the better it will be for the fledgling industry. Hougan says he expects the coming reckoning to wipe away the many worthless coins currently in existence, much like during the dot-com era. 95 Percent of Cryptos Are ‘Useless’ Appearing on the Masters […]

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          The Daily: Cointelligence’s Exchange Rating System, Bithumb Launches OTC Desk      Cache   Translate Page      

In the first edition of The Daily this weekend, we cover the details around the launch of a new cryptocurrency exchange rating system by Cointelligence. Also, South Korean exchange Bithumb has announced it’s establishing an OTC trading desk in Hong Kong, and the popular messenger service Telegram has postponed the launch of its TON network […]

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          US Lawyers: Crypto Regulations Are ‘Tough Waters to Navigate’      Cache   Translate Page      

In a recent interview, Matt Kohen and Justin Wales, two senior counsels working for Carlton Fields’ virtual currency and distributed ledger technology group, highlighted the challenges that legal practitioners and regulators face in interpreting United States regulations pertaining to cryptocurrency. Also Read: Quadrigacx Saga: Founder’s Widow Owns $5.6m Properties, Hospital Confirms Cotten’s Death Cryptocurrency Lawyers Emphasize […]

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          Amazoncoin: Every eighth customer would buy cryptocurrencies from Amazon      Cache   Translate Page      

A survey of just over 1,000 Amazon customers has shown that around one in eight (12.7%) would feel comfortable buying crypto currencies on the digital marketplace. The business news site Investing.com recently released the results of a large survey among Amazon customers. 1013 people participated in the study. Among other things, it was about new […]

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          Binance Chain Will Charge ‘Close’ To $100K to List New Coins      Cache   Translate Page      

The CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, revealed that the company’s decentralized exchange (DEX), Binance Chain, will charge ‘close’ to $100,000 for listing new coins.  $100K Listing Fee Set ‘Deliberately’ In a 45-minute live ask-me-anything (AMA), CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, said that there will be a listing fee for new coins on the company’s DEX – […]

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          Flyp.me, el exchange de criptomonedas sin registro, lanza un nuevo diseño para intercambios instantáneos      Cache   Translate Page      

Flyp.me, la casa de cambio de criptomonedas sin necesidad de registrar una cuenta, acaba de lanzar su nuevo diseño. Lanzado por primera vez en 2017, el exchange sin cuentas Flyp.me se ha centrado en la privacidad, la simplicidad y la velocidad, y ahora cuenta con un catálogo de más de 30 monedas y tokens. Flyp.me, […]

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          Vitecoin prepara su lanzamiento en Mauricio      Cache   Translate Page      

Vitecoin prepara el estreno tras una exitosa Beta privada en Mauricio Vitecoin (VT) prepara el estreno tras una exitosa Beta privada en Mauricio, con más de 1000 participantes. La exitosa cifra de mil personas formó parte de la prueba de fuego para Vite. Moverse de forma segura y asequible es una necesidad constante entre los […]

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          Gainers and Losers: BTT Falls From Daily Gainers, Grin Sits Among Weekly Losers      Cache   Translate Page      

The bullish surge across the cryptocurrency markets has ranked several high profile projects among the top gainers and losers – a distinction predominantly reserved for crypto assets with meager market caps. As of this writing, litecoin (LTC) is the 17th-top gaining cryptocurrency of the last 24 hours after gaining 26%, while the heavily hyped bittorrent […]

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          Bitcoin and Various Altcoins Now Accepted by H&M Distributors      Cache   Translate Page      

In its slow-but-steady crawl towards mass adoption, Bitcoin (BTC) will now be accepted at American wholesaler H&M Distributors.  Not to be confused with the Swedish multinational clothing-retail company Hennes & Mauritz AB, H&M Distributors instead deals in cost-effective lighting — specifically, replacement ballasts, lamp holders, and accessories for lamp holders. Though this may not be […]

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          Litecoin Price Analysis: How High Will Halving Hype Push LTC?      Cache   Translate Page      

In approximately 179 days, Litecoin (LTC) will undergo a block-reward halving — cutting the coin reward for miners from 25 to 12.5 coins. With fundamental developments like confidential transactions reportedly in the works and the popular altcoin experiencing price-strength confirmation, how high will the impending halving hype push the price of the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency?  [Disclaimer: […]

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          Brazilian Crypto Exchange Wins Legal Battle Over Closed Bank Account      Cache   Translate Page      

A court in Rio de Janeiro has ruled in favor of Brazilian crypto exchange Mercado Bitcoin in a case over the closure of one of its checking accounts. The judicial instance turned down an appeal filed by Banco Sicoob against a decision by the district court in Barra da Tijuca which granted the exchange the […]

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          3 Technical Proposals for Increasing Bitcoin’s Privacy      Cache   Translate Page      

Privacy is a constant battle between those who wish to increase it and those who would strip it away. Never is this war more apparent than in Bitcoin, where factions with opposing ideals find themselves at loggerheads. On the one side are the blockchain surveillance companies that work hand-in-glove with the three-letter agencies, regulators, and […]

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          Anarchism: A Look at the Different Schools of Anarchic Thought      Cache   Translate Page      

In mainstream culture, anarchy is often a dirty word, deployed as a pejorative to describe failed states or an insult by conservative news anchors to describe what could happen if a semi-radical government took charge. The reality is very different. Anarchy runs much deeper and actually goes hand in hand with bitcoin and the quest for […]

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          BOLTOIN Coin ICO Promises Reliable Profits Through Aggregated Mining      Cache   Translate Page      

The BOLTON Coin initial coin offering (ICO) is gearing up for its big launch on April 15. With private sales ending on February 28, the team behind BOLTON Coni (BFCL) are now in a race to explain the nuances of their platform. Put simply, the developers need to answer the question “what is the BOLTCOIN […]

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          Escobar: Are The Neocons Ready For Their Tropical Vietnam?      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Cold War 2.0 has hit South America with a bang – pitting the US and expected minions against the four key pillars of in-progress Eurasia integration: Russia, China, Iran and Turkey.

It’s the oil, stupid. But there’s way more than meets the (oily) eye.

Caracas has committed the ultimate cardinal sin in the eyes of Exceptionalistan; oil trading bypassing the US dollar or US-controlled exchanges.

Remember Iraq. Remember Libya. Yet Iran is also doing it. Turkey is doing it. Russia is – partially – on the way. And China will eventually trade all its energy in petroyuan.

With Venezuela adopting the petro crypto-currency and the sovereign bolivar, already last year the Trump administration had sanctioned Caracas off the international financial system.

No wonder Caracas is supported by China, Russia and Iran. They are the real hardcore troika – not psycho-killer John Bolton’s cartoonish “troika of tyranny” – fighting against the Trump administration’s energy dominance strategy, which consists essentially in aiming at the total lock down of oil trading in petrodollars, forever.

Venezuela is a key cog in the machine. Psycho killer Bolton admitted it on the record; “It will make a big difference to the United States economically if we could have American oil companies invest in and produce the oil capabilities in Venezuela.” It’s not a matter of just letting ExxonMobil take over Venezuela’s massive oil reserves – the largest on the planet. The key is to monopolize their exploitation in US dollars, benefitting a few Big Oil billionaires.

Once again, the curse of natural resources is in play. Venezuela must not be allowed to profit from its wealth on its own terms; thus, Exceptionalistan has ruled that the Venezuelan state must be shattered.

In the end, this is all about economic war. Cue to the US Treasury Department imposing new sanctions on PDVSA that amount to a de facto oil embargo against Venezuela.

Economic war redux

By now it’s firmly established what happened in Caracas was not a color revolution but an old-school US-promoted regime change coup using local comprador elites, installing as “interim president” an unknown quantity, Juan Guaido, with his Obama choirboy looks masking extreme right-wing credentials.

Everyone remembers “Assad must go”. The first stage in the Syrian color revolution was the instigation of civil war, followed by a war by proxy via multinational jihadi mercenaries. As Thierry Meyssan has noted, the role of the Arab League then is performed by the OAS now. And the role of Friends of Syria – now lying in the dustbin of history – is now performed by the Lima group, the club of Washington’s vassals. Instead of al-Nusra “moderate rebels”, we may have Colombian – or assorted Emirati-trained – “moderate rebel” mercenaries.

Contrary to Western corporate media fake news, the latest elections in Venezuela were absolutely legitimate. There was no way to tamper with the made in Taiwan electronic voting machines. The ruling Socialist Party got 70 percent of the votes; the opposition, with many parties boycotting it, got 30 percent. A serious delegation of the Latin American Council of Electoral Experts (CEELA) was adamant; the election reflected “peacefully and without problems, the will of Venezuelan citizens”.

The American embargo may be vicious. In parallel, Maduro’s government may have been supremely incompetent in not diversifying the economy and investing in food self-sufficiency. Major food importers, speculating like there’s no tomorrow, are making a killing. Still, reliable sources in Caracas tell that the barrios – the popular neighborhoods – remain largely peaceful.

In a country where a full tank of gas still costs less than a can of Coke, there’s no question the chronic shortages of food and medicines in local clinics have forced at least two million people to leave Venezuela. But the key enforcing factor is the US embargo.

The UN rapporteur to Venezuela, expert on international law, and former secretary of the UN Human Rights Council, Alfred de Zayas, goes straight to the point; much more than engaging in the proverbial demonization of Maduro, Washington is waging “economic war” against a whole nation.

It’s enlightening to see how the “Venezuelan people” see the charade. In a poll conducted by Hinterlaces even before the Trump administration coup/regime change wet dream, 86% of Venezuelans said they were against any sort of US intervention, military or not, 

And 81% of Venezuelans said they were against US sanctions. So much for “benign” foreign interference on behalf of “democracy” and “human rights”.

The Russia-China factor

Analyses by informed observers such as Eva Golinger and most of all, the Mision Verdad collective are extremely helpful. What’s certain, in true Empire of Chaos mode, is that the American playbook, beyond the embargo and sabotage, is to foment civil war.

Dodgy “armed groups” have been active in the Caracas barrios, acting in the dead of night and amplifying “social unrest” on social media. Still, Guaido holds absolutely no power inside the country. His only chance of success is if he manages to install a parallel government – cashing in on the oil revenue and having Washington arrest government members on trumped-up charges.

Irrespective of neocon wet dreams, adults at the Pentagon should know that an invasion of Venezuela may indeed metastasize into a tropical Vietnam quagmire. The Brazilian strongman in waiting, vice-president and retired general Hamilton Mourao, already said there will be no military intervention.

Psycho killer Bolton’s by now infamous notepad stunt about “5,000 troops to Colombia”, is a joke; these would have no chance against the arguably 15,000 Cubans who are in charge of security for the Maduro government; Cubans have demonstrated historically they are not in the business of handing over power.

It all comes back to what China and Russia may do. China is Venezuela’s largest creditor. Maduro was received by Xi Jinping last year in Beijing, getting an extra $5 billion in loans and signing at least 20 bilateral agreements.

President Putin offered his full support to Maduro over the phone, diplomatically stressing that “destructive interference from abroad blatantly violates basic norms of international law.”

By January 2016, oil was as low as $35 a barrel; a disaster to Venezuela’s coffers. Maduro then decided to transfer 49.9% of the state ownership in PDVSA’s US subsidiary, Citgo, to Russian Rosneft for a mere $1.5 billion loan. This had to send a wave of red lights across the Beltway; those “evil” Russians were now part owners of Venezuela’s prime asset.

Late last year, still in need of more funds, Maduro opened gold mining in Venezuela to Russian mining companies. And there’s more; nickel, diamonds, iron ore, aluminum, bauxite, all coveted by Russia, China – and the US. As for $1.3 billion of Venezuela’s own gold, forget about repatriating it from the Bank of England.

And then, last December, came the straw that broke the Deep State’s back; the friendship flight of two Russian nuclear-capable Tu-160 bombers. How dare they? In our own backyard?

The Trump administration’s energy masterplan may be indeed to annex Venezuela to a parallel “North American-South American Petroleum Exporting Countries” (NASAPEC) cartel, capable of rivaling the OPEC+ love story between Russia and the House of Saud.

But even if that came to fruition, and adding a possible, joint US-Qatar LNG alliance, there’s no guarantee that would be enough to assure petrodollar – and petrogas – preeminence in the long run.

Eurasia energy integration will mostly bypass the petrodollar; this is at the very heart of both the BRICS and SCO strategy. From Nord Stream 2 to Turk Stream, Russia is locking down a long-term energy partnership with Europe. And petroyuan dominance is just a matter of time. Moscow knows it. Tehran knows it. Ankara knows it. Riyadh knows it.

So what about plan B, neocons? Ready for your tropical Vietnam?


          In the Daily: Regulatory Developments in Italy, Mauritius, Malta      Cache   Translate Page      

In this edition of The Daily we cover recent regulatory developments regarding the use of cryptocurrencies and their associated industries from all over the world. Lawmakers in Italy have approved a definitions mandate, Mauritius has created a crypto custody license, and Malta is set to provide cybersecurity guidance to crypto funds, exchanges and ICOs registered […]

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          Mt. Gox Creditors Neither Need nor Deserve This Kind of ‘Hero’      Cache   Translate Page      

Brock Pierce has launched his own bid for the civil rehabilitation of Mt. Gox, promising to pay out all current funds to creditors while also talking about issuing debt tokens or giving away equity in a resurrected Mt. Gox exchange. As noble as this may sound on the surface, there are strong reasons to question […]

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          Ethereum Price: Consolidating For The Next Leg Up?      Cache   Translate Page      

On Friday Litecoin kickstarted a phenomenal rally which led the entire market higher. Can Ethereum continue to gain on its own or will Bitcoin and Litecoin price action mirror Ethereum’s future course? Ethereum Price: Market Overview Ethereum 00 and Litecoin both staged amazing rallies over the past few days. Bitcoin’s strong upside move shifted it […]

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          Localbitcoins to Introduce New User Verification Rules      Cache   Translate Page      

Peer-to-peer crypto exchange Localbitcoins is preparing to implement updated requirements for the identity verification of its users. The company recently revealed it’s cooperating with regulatory agencies in Finland on the implementation of the latest EU anti-money laundering rules. Also read: 3 Technical Proposals for Increasing Bitcoin’s Privacy P2P Exchange Localbitcoins Advising Finnish Regulators In a […]

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Peer-to-peer crypto exchange Localbitcoins is preparing to implement updated requirements for the identity verification of its users. The company recently revealed it’s cooperating with regulatory agencies in Finland on the implementation of the latest EU anti-money laundering rules. Also read: 3 Technical Proposals for Increasing Bitcoin’s Privacy P2P Exchange Localbitcoins Advising Finnish Regulators In a […]

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          Bitcoin Pioneer: Next BTC Price ‘Act’ Will See $250K      Cache   Translate Page      

Mark Jeffrey, author of 2013 book, ‘Bitcoin Explained Simply’, remains bullish on the future of bitcoin, despite the current climate. Drawing analogies to a supercharged dot-com boom-and-bust cycle, he predicted future growth to a price of $250,000. Coin Wars We may be currently experiencing crypto-winter, hodling together for warmth, but Mark Jeffery thinks this should […]

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          These Video Sharing Sites Pay Content Creators in Bitcoin Cash      Cache   Translate Page      

On Feb. 4, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) supporters caught a sneak peek at two new video platforms dedicated to the BCH ecosystem. Porn.cash and Cinema.cash give content creators the ability to publish videos and get paid in cryptocurrency. Also read: Indian Supreme Court Moves Crypto Hearing, Community Calls for Positive Regulations Video Publishers and Content Creators Get […]

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          IOTA Meets Couchbase      Cache   Translate Page      

A step closer to a (semi) permanode. The discussion of permanodes is one with a long history and is one that always seems to come back. With the release of local snapshots it becomes more and more uncertain if your data will stay alive for longer then 30 days in the tangle. However with local […]

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          Heavy Borrowers and Near-Failed States Likely to Drive Hyperbitcoinization      Cache   Translate Page      

A CIA World Factbook entry listing nations’ current account balances shows that big economies and near-failed states share something in common – massive debt. This liability making them strong cases for hyperbitcoinization, which could be exacerbated by an anticipated global economic slowdown. Also read: Governmental Overreach in Developing Nations Will Hasten Hyperbitcoinization  Debt-Ridden Economies Prime Cases […]

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          ICO Raised With ‘No Strings Attached’ Led to Massive Abuse – iAngels Exec [Interview]      Cache   Translate Page      

Bitcoinist spoke with Shelly Hod Moyal, Founding Partner and Co-CEO of iAngels, on why the ICO market popped and where the cryptocurrency industry is headed next.  A Hunter College and Kellogg MBA graduate, Shelly is a recognized expert in the areas of Fintech and Blockchain, and is a sought-after expert at international conferences about Israeli tech […]

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