NASDAQ Might List Cryptocurrencies Next Year

NASDAQ, the world’s second-largest stock exchange by market cap, is rumored to work harder than ever on allowing cryptocurrencies trading on its proprietary crypto exchange platform. Furthermore, the rumors say NASDAQ might list cryptocurrencies next year. The potential…

Hong Kong Considers Investing In Bitcoin (BTC) To Be Safe Against The Forecasted Financial Crisis

A survey has revealed that as many as 23% of Hong Kong residents will “consider investing” in cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin (BTC), in order to┬ákeep safe against a potential financial crisis that some of those surveyed people expect to…

Huobi Cryptocurrency Exchange Launched P2P Trading Platform For Cryptocurrency Investors In India

Huobi’s cryptocurrency exchange just released a peer-to-peer (P2P) trading platform for cryptocurrency investors in India. The international multilingual cryptos exchange is said to support the trade with the Indian Rupee (INR). Specifically, Huobi officials sent an email to…

G20 Members Call For Caution Regarding Cryptocurrencies And Anti-Money Laundering Regulations

Even though G20 members stated that cryptocurrencies are no threat to fiat money, banks, and financial institutions, they also called for caution regarding cryptos and anti-money laundering (AML) regulations, following, to some extent, the statements of the Financial…

Cryptocurrencies Are Not A Threat To Traditional Financial Markets, Bank Of Korea Stated

According to the South Korean central bank, the Bank of Korea (BOK), the outstanding balance of cryptocurrency accounts at the national banks amounted to $1.79 billion in December 2017, the local news agency Yonhap reported. The BOK report…

South Korea Legitimizes The National Blockchain Sector With New Classification Standards

The South Korean government is in the process of issuing significant new industrial classification standards for the national blockchain and cryptocurrency sectors, as reported by the national newspaper The BChain today, July 5th. South Korean government works on…