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November 19, 2018

The Crypto Round-Up

Welcome to our brief news round up. It’s Monday, November 19, and we are here to bring you three interesting developments from the recent past. First, Google may be the victim of Bitcoin scam. We do realize the irony here, as Google has been among the first companies to start clamping down on these assets.

Meanwhile, West Virginia’s Secretary of State reported that blockchain is shaping up nicely in the state, with voters throwing their support behind the technology and creating meaningful opportunities for others.

And believe it or not, but a US crypto initiative donated Monero to bail ICE Detention immigrants. Crypto is trying to patch up what a failed administration [...]

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March 15, 2018

Google Changes Policy on Crypto Ads, Sends them in a Tailspin

We have often discussed cryptocurrencies in the context of regulation. On occasion, we even examined how the pricing of crypto currencies is influenced based on regulation. More often than not, we have concluded that regulation has little say over how cryptocurrencies fare when it comes to how much they are worth. Apparently market forces have a much tougher say in what is going on.

Not so long ago, Facebook banned cryptocurrency ads from its platform. The move was hailed by some and fretted as the onset of tougher times for crypto lovers everywhere. However, Facebook were trying to do a simple thing – pick up the slack for governments. With fraudsters advertising freely on [...]

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