Bitcoin Price Hits $8000 — Here’s Why It Might Just Be Getting Started

Bitcoin price is up 20 percent over the past week — hitting $8000, thanks to the tailwind from some positive news and one bullish rumor.  Bitcoin Price Up 20% Over the Past Week Bitcoin 00 has roared over the past week, gaining 20 percent (or over $1300 USD) and hitting the $8000 — a price […]

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G20: ‘Crypto-Assets Can Deliver Significant Benefits’

On July 21-22, the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of G20 countries met in Buenos Aires. Despite failing to come to definitive conclusions, the leaders of the world’s top economies expressed their seemingly positive yet fairly contained opinion of cryptocurrencies.  Bullish, Yet Careful According to the latest report from the meeting in Buenos Aires, […]

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Cryptocurrencies Pose No Threat to Global Finance but Require Vigilant Monitoring, Says FSB

In a press release issued on July 16 via its website, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) announced that cryptocurrencies do not pose a threat to the global financial system. FSB Partners with CPMI to Monitor Cryptocurrencies The purpose of the announcement was to apprise the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the FSB’s […]

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International Watchdog to Introduce Binding Regulations for Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Georgi Georgiev · June 14, 2018 · 1:00 am The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – a multi-national agency tasked with combating global financial criminal activity, will discuss developing and introducing legally binding rules for governing cryptocurrency exchanges later this month. Reuters reports that the Paris-based agency – comprised of 37 countries – will meet […]

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FUD No More: South Korea Set to Adopt G20’s Unified Cryptocurrency Regulations

Adam James · May 19, 2018 · 12:00 am As the G20 works to create a set of “unified regulations” in regards to cryptocurrencies, the government of South Korea — the third largest cryptocurrency market in the world — reportedly plans on playing ball with whichever policies the international forum of governments and central bank governors put […]

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