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Denmark is considering digitalizing its national currency issuing E-krone as its reserve currency.
Central banks are run by unelected, unaccountable bankers and based on a system built on debt which greatly enriches the global elite while at the same time enslaving the citizens of the world. But the alternative exists.
The Bank of Russia has become the third central bank this year targeted by external attacks, losing over US$31 million or 2 billion rubles from its correspondent bank accounts.
Europe’s top bank warns EU members against digital currencies for fear of losing control.
Cambodia, a country that uses multiple currencies, may hold the key to mass adoption of Bitcoin.
The change of the central bank’s goals can cause huge trading losses for market participants. The advantage of Bitcoin is its predictability.
The world of banking is due for a huge upheaval if central banks go ahead and launch their own Bitcoin like cryptocurrency.
Can the European Central Bank become a decentralized autonomous organization?
The Panama Papers leak reveals global corruption and hypocrisy as the world’s elite have been hiding their wealth to dodge taxes and escape scrutiny.
This Friday the media discuss Google’s prank failure, Bitcoin investment, Ethereum potential and executives not feeling responsible for cybersecurity. Cointelegraph has collected important news to help you stay informed.
July 31 saw participants such as the World Bank and other financial elite from Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan gather in Argentina and Brazil to witness the potential of Bitcoin and blockchain technology, particularly for the Latin American region.
The Chinese government along with its Central Bank have taken extraordi-nary measures to halt the free-fall of its stock markets.
Bitcoin regulation looks imminent in Ukraine, with the release of its own BitLicense draft. Initial reception has been described as “surprisingly positive” by the country’s Central Bank and financial sector.
A week after the announcement by the Central Bank of Denmark to abolish the printing of cash by 2016
Central bank policy and regulations have made the markets illiquid.
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