BitGrail, the recently hacked Italian crypto exchange tweeted on Wednesday, May 2, that it has reopened its exchange, only to report its temporary closure three hours later.
The Hong Kong Financial Services and Treasury Bureau (FSTB) has published the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment Report at a time financial crime has been on the rise in the region.
BonelliErede, the Italian law firm representing victims of the BitGrail crypto exchange hack, has filed a petition with an Italian court to declare the exchange bankrupt under article 6 of Italian Bankruptcy Law, a BonelliErede…
Report reaching Cryptona.co revealed that despite the multiple warnings issued by authorities against investing in digital currencies, Nigeria citizens are trading almost $4 million worth in bitcoin weekly on 13 local exchanges.
BTCC Bitcoin exchange, the oldest Chinese bitcoin exchange and formerly known as BTC China has been acquired by a Blockchain Investment Fund in Hong Kong, though the terms are yet to be disclosed.
The India’s income tax department has sent tax notices to a number of cryptocurrency traders after a nationwide survey showed that more than $3.5 billion worth of transactions have been conducted over a 17-month period.
Top banks including SBI, Axis, ICICI suspend some accounts of major Bitcoin exchanges in India. The exchanges which are facing the action are the top ten such platforms in the country, which include Zebpay, Unocoin, CoinSecure and BtcxIndia…
Japan continues to lead the way in the East with its approach toward bitcoin – thanks to a soft approach from government and much higher adoption – and as such, there is a higher interest from the citizens, including from the…
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has filed for permission to launch a number of Bitcoin ETFs (exchange-traded funds) just one week into 2018. If granted, NYSE would be the third American exchange to offer Bitcoin futures contracts after…
The recent massive influx of new investors into bitcoin is creating problems for bitcoin exchanges who now cope with the situation by refusing new investors.