Cryptocurrency

Suspect of Bitcoin scam in Thailand could not return to Thailand due to the revocation of his passport

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand has revoked the passport of a suspected crypto-stalker, which has allegedly prevented him from returning to his country of origin for prosecution, according to the Bangkok Post on Wednesday, October 10. According to the report, Prinya Jaravijit was in the United States after the appearance of an investment scheme in cryptocurrencies in which he and several accomplices

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Harvard, Stanford, MIT all invest in crypt funds

It is said that multiple universities of the Ivy League and other prestigious American universities   have invested in “at least” a crypto funds. The report was published on the Information Technology news site on Wednesday, October 10. Citing an anonymous source, Information reported that the multi-million dollar endowments of Harvard University, Stanford University, Dartmouth College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),

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MINING CENTRALIZATION COULD GIVE CHINA CONTROL OVER BITCOIN

Investigators say that China would have the ability and the reasons to attack Bitcoin. Bitcoiners refute the conclusions of the report and comment on some of its shortcomings in Reddit. A group of researchers from the Princeton and Florida universities published a report according to which the predominant position of China’s mining groups in the

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Where are the scams about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies on Android

In recent months, the trend to get into the world of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has spread among many individual users while the monetary authorities of different countries, warned of the risks of this type of virtual currency . It is worth knowing that, in addition to the risks inherent in the volatility of this

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Japan orders for the first time the closure of a cryptocurrencies operator

The authorities have intensified their vigilance over local exchange bureaus and increased their security requirements. The Japanese regulator withdraw permission to operate at the exchange house FSHO for breaking the law, forcing the first time a Japanese operator in the sector to close cryptocurrencies operator permanently , according to published national media. The Financial Services Agency

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