Month: November 2019

Fundstrat Manger, Tom Lee, SPEAKS TRUTH about the FUTURE of Bitcoin. Plus, Germany Gives Us a Bitcoin Update. Like. Comment. Subscribe. Follow us on Twitter: Tweets by AltcoinDailyio Tom Lee: https://www.cnbc.com/video/2019/11/27/tom-lee-the-rally-in-small-caps-is-a-good-sign-of-continued-growth-in-the-markets-next-year.html German Banks Allowed to Sell and Custody Crypto Assets https://www.coindesk.com/german-banks-allowed-to-sell-and-custody-crypto-assets-from-2020-report Yahoo Finance Brings Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and Extensive Crypto Data to 70 Million Users
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In January 2020, the regulatory landscape for crypto businesses will completely change in the European Union in comparison with the last decade — and these changes will touch all those who store clients’ crypto funds or provide fiat-to-crypto exchange services, at minimum. Not long ago, the Anti-Money Laundering regulations were extended to cover cryptocurrency custodian
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The action began at 3am UTC, with a sell order roughly 6 percent below the market price and hundreds of times larger than the norm on the exchange at that time. As that order fulfilled available bids, the ask price moved lower, dragging the market price down until it reached $6,276, at which point the
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On Friday the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York (SDNY) announced the arrest of Ethereum Foundation member Virgil Griffith for allegedly “assisting North Korea in evading sanctions” by teaching “his audience how to use blockchain technology.” After the Manhattan U.S. Attorney revealed the news, the cryptocurrency community erupted in outrage.
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Next year German banks will be able to manage cryptocurrencies like bitcoin after the fourth EU money laundering directive goes into effect. The directive passed in the German parliament, Bundestag, allows banks in the country to act as cryptocurrency custodians rather than rely on third-party custodial services. Also read: Germany Barely Avoids Recession, Economy Remains
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