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Margin Lending: Earn the Best Interest Rates in the Cryptocurrency Lending...

Posted in: Sponsored Stories Published: January 22, 2020 5:12 PM UTC Margin Lending: Earn the Best Interest Rates in the Cryptocurrency Lending Market The Invictus Margin Lending Fund (IML) offers investors a unique opportunity to take advantage of a nascent market that has to date provided consistent returns well above traditional money market yields. Author: Sponsored The lending of cryptocurrencies has been an interesting sector to observe over the past year as new products have proliferated in the market. Volatility has always been an active contributor to lending rates, and with the recent spike in volatility, lending rates on crypto exchanges have reached as high as 149% p/a on some cryptoassets (e.g. NEO), with rates even as high as 38% p/a earnable on USD. These developments create the opportune moment to explore margin l..

Utopia P2P Ecosystem and its Crypton Cryptocurrency Have Officially Launched

Posted in: Sponsored Stories Published: December 10, 2019 11:59 AM UTC Utopia P2P Ecosystem and its Crypton Cryptocurrency Have Officially Launched The Utopia is an exclusive software that was developed by a team of network technology enthusiasts with the ideology that the value of freedom of speech must not be underestimated, but, by all means, it must be implemented in the online world, too. Albeit, the… Author: Sponsored The Utopia is an exclusive software that was developed by a team of network technology enthusiasts with the ideology that the value of freedom of speech must not be underestimated, but, by all means, it must be implemented in the online world, too. Albeit, the concept of “freedom” isn’t confined in terms of expressing without boundaries, but it extends to further significant issues, such as conducting financia..

Malaysian Finance Ministry: Cryptocurrency Adoption Remains Low

Malaysia’s finance ministry says domestic and global adoption rates of cryptocurrencies are low, notwithstanding the significant attention the disruptive sector has garnered. Malaysia’s finance ministry says both domestic and global adoption rates of cryptocurrencies are low, notwithstanding the significant attention the disruptive sector has garnered. In its Economic Outlook 2020 report released today, the ministry nonetheless noted that several prominent firms in key economic sectors had taken steps toward digital currency adoption, according to a business news report from Bernarama on Oct. 11. Malaysia’s crypto regulatory landscape to date“Although the impact of these projects has yet to be felt more widely, digital assets may well emerge as a part of the wider economy or recede into the background as a novelty, depending on the outcome of its usage,” the report is quoted as stating. The ministry has urged global authorities to formulate frameworks to tackle the issues raised by di..

Cryptocurrency Exchange OKEx Delists XMR, DASH, ZEC, ZEN, SBTC

South Korean cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has halted trading of Monero, DASH, Zcash, Horizen and Super Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency exchange OKEx announced the end of Monero (XMR), DASH, Zcash (ZEC), Horizen (ZEN) and Super Bitcoin (SBTC) trading as of today, Oct. 10. Per the Oct. 2 announcement, the assets have been delisted today. A previous version of the announcement was published on Sept. 10. That being said, since then the support for privacy coins ZEC and DASH has been defined as temporarily suspended due to regulatory concerns. Regulatory concerns over privacy coinsMore precisely, OKEx reports having received a request to end the transaction support and review the compliance with the 'Travel Rules' according to the Financial Action Task Force recommendations. The exchange promised that the final decision concerning the support of DASH and Zcash will be announced at a later date in a separate announcement. Delisting of privacy coins over regulatory concerns is nothing new...

Cryptocurrency Wallets MyCrypto and Ambo Add Multiple New Features

Cryptocurrency wallets MyCrypto and Ambo both announce major updates of their software. Cryptocurrency wallets MyCrypto and Ambo (recently acquired by the former) have both announced major updates of their software. Among other improvements, MyCrypto added a multi-account management system. A major overhaulAccording to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Oct. 10, MyCrypto’s software has seen a major overhaul with a new user interface and a new homepage, dashboard, screen lock, an updated address book and outgoing transaction procedure. That being said, all those new features are so far included only in the beta (early access) version of the wallet and there is no timeline for when they will go fully live. Ambo’s decentralized exchange integrationFurthermore, Ambo — a cryptocurrency wallet acquired by MyCrypto in January — has also announced a major overhaul of its features. The press release shared with Cointelegraph teases the addition of unspecified “smart features to prote..

Bitmain Announces Two New ASIC Cryptocurrency Mining Rigs

Jihan Wu, co-founder of leading ASIC miner producer Bitmain, announced two new series 17 Bitcoin mining machines. Leading Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) producer Bitmain announced two new series 17 Bitcoin (BTC) mining machines in a blog post published on Oct. 9. Bitmain: higher efficiency and hashrateBitmain co-founder Jihan Wu announced the S17+ and T17+ mining machines at the World Digital Mining Summit (WDMS) in Frankfurt. Bitmain claims that the new ASICs feature improvements to power efficiency and hashrate. The post states that the new hardware is capable of performing tens of trillions of hashes per second (TH/s): “The Antminer S17+ has a hash rate of 73 TH/s and operates with a power efficiency of 40 J/TH + 10%, while the T17+ offers a hash rate of 64 TH/s and a power efficiency of 50 J/TH + 10%.” The announcement also mentions the dual tube heat dissipation technology featured in the new machines and claims that “the space between the air inlet to the air out..

UNICEF Launches Cryptocurrency Fund Supported by Ethereum Foundation

UNICEF launches a cryptocurrency fund to support open source technology benefiting children and young people around the world. UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, has launched a cryptocurrency fund to support open source technology “benefiting children and young people around the world.” According to the official announcement published on Oct. 8, UNICEF thus became the first U.N. organization “to hold and make transactions in cryptocurrency,” namely Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH). UNICEF executive director Henrietta Fore added: “This is a new and exciting venture for UNICEF. If digital economies and currencies have the potential to shape the lives of coming generations, it is important that we explore the opportunities they offer. That’s why the creation of our Cryptocurrency Fund is a significant and welcome step forward in humanitarian and development work." Ethereum platform can “better countless lives”Per the announcement, the Ethereum Foundation, a Swiss nonprofit org..

27-Year-Old Pelosi Challenger Accepts Cryptocurrency Campaign Donations

An American Congressional candidate and challenger to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is accepting donations in cryptocurrency. A candidate for the United States House of Representatives in 2020 is accepting cryptocurrency donations to run against Representative and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Supporting economic freedom with cryptoAgatha Bacelar, a Stanford engineer and designer who served with Emerson Collective and Democracy Earth argues that the existing political establishment wants to hold back a future “where economic freedom is afforded to all,” according to the campaign’s website. The challenger is accepting donations in five cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC) and USD Coin (USDC) through Coinbase, one of the most popular U.S.-based crypto exchanges and wallet services. Bacelar aims to gain the nomination for the Democratic candidate in California’s 12th Congressional district in the primary election on March 3, 2020. So..

Cryptocurrency Startup Has Just Released a Zero-Fee Crypto to Debit Card

One of the biggest consumer adoption hurdles for crypto has been the inability for users to easily use crypto, whether as a means of payment or as currency. Paying in crypto largely depends on the merchant being able to accept the crypto - and with thousands of digital assets to choose from, it can be very difficult to use certain altcoins. As a currency, spending crypto today can have a very different value the next day, and so users can never really predict how much their crypto is worth at any given time. Beneath these two issues is the simple solution of simply exchanging that crypto to cash. But the way exchanges are set up, users have less incentive to do this. Firstly, the long wait to get cash to bank accounts. Secondly, the poor rates of exchange, and high fees. Crypto Credit Cards: the Answer? So when startups started to offer crypto debit cards, it seemed like a brilliant idea. Cards that instantly exchanged crypto in an account for cash to be spent at any participating..

Cryptocurrency and Blockchain News From Brazil: Sept. 22-28 in Review

Cointelegraph Brasil presents a weekly digest of selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news. Brazil has seen another tumultuous week in the cryptocurrency industry as the central bank of Brazil wants to use blockchain technology starting in 2020, the president of Unick Forex continues to claim they pay customers on time, and the Brazilian Securities Commission investigates the alleged fraudulent activities of more crypto-related companies. Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph Brasil. President of Unick Forex says it pays customers on time On Sept. 23, Cointelegraph Brasil reported that president of alleged investment scheme Unick Forex Leidimar Lopes said that the company's payments are up to date, despite the complaints of thousands of investors who claim that the exchange is not honoring their payments. Lopes said: “We are paying thousands of customers every day, everything is still normal, everything i..
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