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Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain announces CryptoRuble is to be launched in the middle of 2019.
Two Russian power stations will be transformed into cryptocurrency mining operations, according to local media reports.
From Genghis Khan to cryptocurrencies: Russia wants to change the global trade with Blockchain and cryptocurrencies and make a strong ‘cryptounion’
FT reports that Putin’s economic adviser thinks CryptoRuble will help Russia get around sanctions, while other Russian government officials disagree.
Russia’s biggest bank partners with a government service to manage documents via Blockchain.
Santa is issuing his own cryptocurrency in Russia…Putin to the naughty list??
Russian regulators warn on Bitcoin ATM installations, may be illegal.
Bitcoin may make sense, but there are a lot of coins that don’t even try to.
Blockchain will form a principal area of research for the Russian government next year while crypto rhetoric continues.
New regulations governing ICOs and mining in Russia are set to come into force by July 2018.
Russia could evolve into the next major Bitcoin market, as the government continues to encourage Bitcoin mining and moves closer towards regulating its cryptocu...
Russian Bitcoin ban makes sense with the announcement of the CryptoRuble.
A few months ago, Russia was looking to subsidize mining costs. However, that seems to have been a ploy to gain control over miners and get them to register wit...
Following news of Russia’s intent to ban Bitcoin, Putin himself joins the cause, publically condemning Bitcoin as the currency of criminals.
Two officials of the Crimean Council of Ministers were terminated after they were caught mining Bitcoin using government computers.
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