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Asian giants new regulations for the cryptocurrency market

Posted on 8th January, 2018

Since late November 2017, South Korea has looked to regulate cryptocurrency trading in domestic exchanges. South Korea’s primary financial regulator is in discussions with counterparts in China and Japan toward the regulation of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. South Korea is the world’s third largest market in bitcoin trading, after Japan and the U.S., and the largest […]

New chance from the European banks, to bitcoin

Posted on 5th August, 2017

It is true Bitcoin, and cryptocurrency is faster and cheaper options compared to traditional finance. This is causing some panic among bankers, as they will need to address this challenge sooner rather than later. Doing so is a lot harder than anticipated, which explains their venture into blockchain technology in recent years. Bitcoin Suisse founder […]

Robocoin announces Robocoin Bank for ATMs

Posted on 1st May, 2014

Bitcoin ATM maker Robocoin announced new plans today to launch a new service called Robocoin Bank. The Las Vegas-based company claims the move would make it “the first Bitcoin bank with a physical presence.” In effect, Robocoin will be adding online banking features to their existing and future bitcoin ATMs, providing new features such as […]

J.P. Morgan report bashes Bitcoin as “vastly inferior”

Posted on 12th February, 2014

In a report released yesterday, J.P. Morgan’s head of foreign exchange strategy, John Normand, expressed a deeply critical view of Bitcoin and other digital currencies. The eight-page report examined the “risks and opportunities” of investment in cryptocurrencies, citing many significant concerns for large-scale bank investment. In particular, Normand believes that Bitcoin is “vastly inferior to […]