Crypto News – 19th March – Brendan Blumer on Bitcoin, Craig Wright goes AWOL and more
— AMBCrypto (@CryptoAmb) 19 March 2019
Crypto news 19th March
Japan against margin trading exchanges: Japanese financial authorities announced that they will expand on already pioneering rules for cryptocurrency trading “to bring further order to one of the world’s biggest virtual currency marketplaces”.
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Crypto on 2gether Visa debit card: 2gether, a banking start-up, announced that they were launching a prepaid Visa debit card that allows users to spend Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], XRP, Bitcoin Cash [BCH], EOS, Stellar Lumens [XLM] and Litecoin [LTC].
Read more at https://bit.ly/2JoAPHw
Vitalik Buterin gives crypto updates: Vitalik Butern stated that aside from the technicalities of the field of cryptocurrencies, there were a lot of things happening in the ecosystem which were really positive and encouraging.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2UKWaMu
Tor Project accepts Monero [XMR] donations: With Monero [XMR] added to the list, Tor Project currently has nine cryptocurrencies that are accepted for donations.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2ObfeRo
Jed McCaleb on crypto enabling financial inclusion: Jed McCaleb, the CTO of Stellar.org and Jesse Lund, the Head of Blockchain and Digital Currencies at IBM, spoke about the progress cryptocurrencies have made in the payments sector.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2Hu13X5
Cryptopia resumes trading of 40 pairs: The New Zealand-based cryptocurrency exchange, Cryptopia, announced that it resumed trading on 40 pairs that they deemed secure.
Read more at https://bit.ly/2TKPP7m
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