Everything You Should Do Before You Lose Your Phone

Misplacing your smartphone—or worse, having it stolen—is awful. But you can at least minimize the damage with a few easy...

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Expanding Our Global Bitcoin Coverage – Gogo Our New Reporter in Zimbabwe
Sep10

Expanding Our Global Bitcoin Coverage – Gogo Our New Reporter in Zimbabwe

Veteran business journalist Jeffrey Gogo has joined the news desk at Bitcoin.com. Regular readers count on news.Bitcoin.com to bring them coverage from all over the world, and that world now extends to Africa – Zimbabwe to be exact. Zimbabwe as an emerging crypto market is a critical part of the continent to have on-the-ground coverage. Meet the news desk’s man in Africa, Mr. Gogo. Also read: Bitcoin ATMs Targeted by...

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SEC Suspends Trading of XBT Provider’s Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Product
Sep10

SEC Suspends Trading of XBT Provider’s Bitcoin Exchange-Traded Product

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has suspended the trading of two XBT Provider products: Bitcoin Tracker One and Ether Tracker One. The agency attributes “a lack of current, consistent and accurate information” which leads to “confusion amongst market participants” as the reason. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese Market, Regulator Reveals SEC Suspends Trading of XBT Provider...

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South Korean Crypto Know-How and Capital Sought by Uzbekistan and Belarus
Sep10

South Korean Crypto Know-How and Capital Sought by Uzbekistan and Belarus

South Koreans undoubtedly have some respectable crypto experience and others have taken note. Uzbekistan, which recently legalized the trading of digital assets, has turned to South Korean experts for help in realizing a project to create the country’s first cryptocurrency exchange. Belarus, a leading crypto-friendly destination in the post-Soviet space, is trying to lure fintech investors from Seoul.  Also read: Projects...

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Terrorists Prefer Cash to Crypto, According to Congressional Testimony
Sep10

Terrorists Prefer Cash to Crypto, According to Congressional Testimony

In prepared testimony given before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Committee, Yaya Fanusie, director of analysis for the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, explained how though terrorists have tried to raise funds through cryptocurrencies, instances are rare to non-existent. Instead, groups seeking to cause mayhem much prefer good, old cash. Also read: Bitcoin ATMs Targeted by Malware for Sale in Underground...

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