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Bitcoin has taken some knocks through January, but not all of them are legitimate punches.
The panic button was well and truly mashed, but it seems that it could well have been yet another false alarm.
With rumors circulating about bans in Korea, another bout of FUD has been birthed out of JP Morgan.
China is attempting to add new restrictions to the country’s cryptocurrency exchange ban, targeting entities providing “market-making”, say anonymous sources.
The next wave of mainstream adoption could have the banks and traditional institutions all mulling over cryptocurrencies.
Many Asian countries have cracked down on digital currencies, but not Japan as it leads the way in Bitcoin friendliness
The what, where and why of Bitcoin futures.
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) is also planning to introduce regulations for Bitcoin and other digital currencies.
South Korea appears to be eyeing a full ban on exchanges similar to China, local news reports suggest.
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The Chinese Central Bank has pumped $130 bln into the economy which could filter down to the banned Bitcoin market.
Morocco have banned transactions using cryptocurrencies - citing significant risks due to a lack of regulation
Chinese rumors of a ban on Bitcoin mining are causing confusion online and in the media.
India’s central bank, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), has announced its plan to ban the use of virtual currencies as a form of payment across the country but has s...
A committee advising the Indian government has reportedly recommended a full ban on so-called cryptocurrency “dealers.”
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