17May/19

Kraken Turns Tables on Canadian Regulators in Nine-Page Rebuttal

Kraken is not pleased with the way Canadian regulators propose to go about governing crypto trading platforms. In a sternly written paper to the Canadian Securities Administrators and the Investment Industry RegulatoryRead More…

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05May/19

Québec Allocates 300 MW Energy Quota for Crypto Mining

Québec, the resource-rich Canadian province, has made up its mind about cryptocurrency mining. Régie de l’énergie, the region’s energy regulator, has rendered its decision on the blockchain sector and lifted the moratoriumRead More…

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01May/19

Coinbase Custody Now Supports Mainnet KIN Tokens

Coinbase Custody announced immediate support for the mainnet iteration of the KIN token today, April 30, 2019. As Cointelegraph previously reported, KIN is a cryptocurrency created by Canadian organization Kik Interactive ofRead More…

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17Apr/19

Central Bank Digital Currencies Take Center Stage at IMF Spring Meetings

Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) featured prominently when global financial leaders met for this year’s World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund (IMF) joint Spring Meetings in the United States. Faced withRead More…

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15Apr/19

94% of Surveyed Endowment Funds are Allocating to Crypto Investments: Study

94% of endowments have been allocating to crypto-related investments throughout 2018, a new survey published on April 12 reveals. The study was conducted in Q4 2018 by trade publications Global Custodian andRead More…

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14Apr/19

Hodler’s Digest, April 8–14: Top Stories, Price Movements, Quotes and FUD of the Week

Top Stories This Week NYT Reporter: Facebook Seeking $1 Billion in Venture Capital for Crypto Project According to a tweet by New York Times (NYT) tech reporter Nathaniel Popper, Facebook is reportedlyRead More…

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09Apr/19

Canadian Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX Officially Declared Bankrupt

Canada’s major cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX has been officially declared bankrupt, local media outlet CBC reported on April 8. Quadriga’s bankruptcy was reportedly approved today by Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Michael Wood,Read More…

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