The largest cryptocurrency exchange by adjusted trading volume has revealed an OTC service that it’s dubbing “block trading.”
Norwegian business tycoon Bjørn Kjos and his family have allegedly set up a cryptocurrency exchange and arrange to launch bitcoin payments at their airline, Norwegian Air Shuttle.
The charge has a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a fine amounting to $250,000.
Gaurang Poddar revealed that his firm is terminating operations in a LinkedIn post.
The Jersey arm of Binance has listed the exchange’s new UK pound-backed stablecoin.
The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has awarded virtual currency licenses to two subsidiaries of Seed CX.
The Financial Services Agency (FSA) said that 110 exchanges are in “various stages of registration.”
Bitmarket, a cryptocurrency exchange based in Poland, has ceased operations without any notice.
BAM Trading Services, the operator of the forthcoming U.S. cryptocurrency exchange of Binance, has tapped an ex-Ripple professional as its new CEO.
The stricter regulations are in response to criticisms claiming Shinhan Bank is contributing to the rise of crypto-related fraud in South Korea.
ErisX has received the regulatory green light to list digital asset futures contracts on its platform, which is slated to launch later this year.
Advanced Blockchain AG became the first blockchain firm listed on Xetra.
The site is offline, its social media accounts have been deleted, and emails have bounced back.
Bitcoin and Ether are currently trading at a large premium on South Korean exchanges.
Eric Voorhees, CEO of ShapeShift, said that his company could be integrating Facebook’s Libra when it comes out.