Author: Leyla Ozturk

El Salvador buys 500 more Bitcoins in the dip

El Salvador has bought Bitcoin worth $15.5 million, adding more cryptocurrency to its Balance Sheet. President Nayib Bukele announced that the country had purchased the …

The Largest Private Bank in Argentina Launches Crypto Trading Feature

Banco Galicia, Argentina’s largest private bank by market capitalization, confirmed on Monday that the option to buy and sell cryptocurrencies has been added to its …

Crypto industry reacts to Musk’s Twitter purchase for $44B

Many online users, both within and outside the crypto industry, discussed free speech in hours and days prior to Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s purchase of …

World’s largest crypto exchange, Binance, disables services in Russia

In accordance to the EU sanctions, Binance has decided to deactivate the accounts of major crypto clients in Russia. According to Binance, Russian nationals, residents …

Binance receives pre-approval to operate as a Crypto Broker-Dealer in Abu Dhabi

Binance has received another check in the Middle East with the aim of becoming a fully regulated virtual asset service provider in the Middle East. …

Will Mexico adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender?

Indira Kempis, a Mexican lawmaker, aims to introduce legislation on a money law as well as a measure to ensure financial inclusion and education. Samson …

Privacy-busting crypto rules approved by the European Union Parliament despite industry criticism

Lawmakers are planning measures that could see unregulated exchanges shut down and ending even the smallest anonymous crypto transactions. EU lawmakers have made the decision …

The Spanish retailer, El Corte Ingles, has partnered with Deloitte to launch a crypto exchange

A major retailer and distributor in Spain, El Corte Ingles, has entered the crypto space with the launch of its own cryptocurrency exchange for the company’s customers. Deloitte will be …

Will Crypto Miners flock to Belarus Amid Sanctions, Russia-Ukraine War?

Belarus is using its low taxes as a way to draw in cryptocurrency miners in order to boost its economy. But will worldwide speculators put cash into a nation frequently alluded to as “Europe’s final dictatorship”? President Alexander Lukashenko, signed …

The European Union’s “Bitcoin Ban” was unsuccessful but experts are still set on mitigating cryptocurrency carbon costs.

The carbon footprint of cryptocurrency has been widely discussed, as shown by Monday’s discussions in the European Parliament on Proof-of-Work (PoW) mining. Even though the “EU ban on bitcoin” did not pass, the energy discussion will continue. Those who study renewable energy see two ways in …

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