Latest summaries on the most recent events that occurred in the world of cryptocurrencies. The most fresh and detailed follow-ups by Cointelegraph.

Coinbase Tokenized Securities Approval: U-Turn or Just a Matter of Time?

JUL 19, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

Coinbase has retracted its tokenized securities approval announcement, but could these listings be the norm for exchanges in the future?

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How Malta Is Becoming the Blockchain Hub of the World: A Talk With Leading Law Firm

JUL 13, 2018 | by Catherine Ross

Leading Maltese law firm on regulations, benefits of building a crypto business in Malta and further governmental plans.

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Bancor Urges Industry Players to Collaborate After $23.5 Million Hack

JUL 10, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

On July 9, decentralized crypto platform Bancor was compromised

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Behind BTCC’s Revamp: Feeless Trades for Three Months, Native Token on the Horizon

JUL 04, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

BTCC relaunches exchange by offering three months of feeless trading and reward-points system that will be converted into native tokens in the future.

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Facebook’s Crypto Ad Ban Reversal Power Play Gets Their Own News Stuck

JUN 27, 2018 | by Darryn Pollock

Facebook’s powerplay of crypto advertising continues as the first company to ban them has now suddenly reinstated them.

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Alibaba’s Cryptic Relationship With Bitcoin and Blockchain

JUN 27, 2018 | by Darryn Pollock

Alibaba has shown enough interest in blockchain and cryptocurrency but is still keeping its hands directly clean.

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FIFA World Cup 2018: Crypto for Betting, Hotels, Booze and Flights

JUN 22, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

Football fans have plenty of ways to use cryptocurrency at the World Cup.

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Bithumb – Details Still Sketchy After $30 Mln Hack

JUN 20, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

South Korea’s leading crypto exchange Bithumb halt’s services, moves crypto assets to cold storage following $30 million hack.

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Email Scams, Patched Loopholes, and Backroom Politicking: EOS Mainnet’s Road to Launch

JUN 18, 2018 | by Kirill Bryanov

The EOS main network is now live again, but the road to launch has been a rocky one.

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What Do We Know About Valerie Szczepanik, the First Crypto Czar

JUN 12, 2018 | by Kirill Bryanov

Here’s the woman who now embodies crypto regulation in the US.

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China as a Prime Example of “Blockchain Before Bitcoin” Policy

JUN 09, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

China shows how Blockchain-oriented national development plan can co-exist with a deprived cryptocurrency market.

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Money20/20 Review: Central Banks Closely Monitoring Crypto and Blockchain

JUN 07, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

Four speakers from major central banks weigh in on cryptocurrencies midway through 2018.

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Getting Into Japanese Market Won’t Be Easy For Coinbase

JUN 05, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

Coinbase is going to conquer one of the world’s hottest crypto markets. But it’s not the only one.

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Spain Introduces Innovation-Aimed Crypto Regulation, But Political Unrest Might Cause a Setback

JUN 03, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

Can Spain still become a fintech haven?

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Crypto vs. RBI: India’s Banking Bitcoin Battle Shows No Sign of Letting Up

MAY 24, 2018 | by Darryn Pollock

India’s banking system has taken a harsh stance against cryptocurrencies.

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