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Counos at 2019 consensus conference

Counos at 2019 consensus conference
Consensus is a Blockchain-based global event which has found its place among investors, founders, officials and entrepreneurs since 2015, and annually refreshes the participants’ views from various businesses and fields such as education,... read more
 

Cryptocurrency Regulations, the Main Topic in G20 Summit

Cryptocurrency Regulations, the Main Topic in G20 Summit
In the upcoming G20 Summit in June, Japan will provide central banks directors and member states its experience in regulating the field of cryptocurrencies. Japan will host the G20 Summit in the city of Osaka. The hosting member state of this summit ... read more
 

Biggest Canadian Crypto Exchange Users’ Assets Frozen

Biggest Canadian Crypto Exchange Users’ Assets Frozen
The assets of 115 thousand users of QuadrigaCX platform have become unavailable after the sudden death of its founder in December. Gerald Cotten, the founder of QuadrigaCX, died at the age of 30 due to Crohn’s disease in India. The news of his ... read more
 

Future Blockchain Summit in Dubai

Future Blockchain Summit in Dubai
The biggest Blockchain summit in the world will be held for the second time in Dubai on April 2, 2019. This summit aims to be a haven for great minds and visionaries in the field of Blockchain technology, from government officials to startups,... read more
 

Amazon Will Soon Issue its Cryptocurrency; Said Binance CEO

Amazon Will Soon Issue its Cryptocurrency; Said Binance CEO
Chanpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance exchange, the largest crypto exchange in the world with the most daily trades, said on his twitter on January 2, 2019, that the large retail company Amazon will use cryptocurrencies in the future as a payment option, he ... read more
 

Facebook to Develop its Own Blockchain Project

Facebook Company announced new policies for its promotion plans on January 30, last year when publishing a new update in its official weblog. It banned all enticing promotion activities reportedly including cryptocurrencies advertisements and ICOs according to this statement. In addition to Facebook, Twitter and Google also administered such a decision.

 

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