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Is Blockchain Incompatible With GDPR?

4 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on Is Blockchain Incompatible With GDPR?
Within the framework of the new data privacy rule in Europe, blockchain might be at risk since the technology allows its users to store personal information, a concept that is essentially opposite of what the upcoming European law will be seeking. A think tank in Washington DC, Coin Center, stated on Friday April 6th that Read More

Nigerian Regulator Warns Against Crypto Transactions Since They’re ‘Not Insured’

5 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on Nigerian Regulator Warns Against Crypto Transactions Since They’re ‘Not Insured’
Nigerians have been warned by the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) against the use of cryptocurrencies because the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) does not recognize them as legitimate currency, local news outlet Business Post Nigeria reported yesterday, March 23. Business Post Nigeria notes that this is not the first warning against cryptocurrencies, as “various Read More

Crypto Miners Present EU Regulators With A Problem

5 months ago kakp2 Comments Off on Crypto Miners Present EU Regulators With A Problem
Regulators in the EU cannot ban crypto mining, because nothing about it is really illegal, even though there are growing concerns over the high power consumption. Officials fear that power consumption at such high levels will increase costs across the board and affect the environment. EU Commission expresses concerns about mining-related power consumption Last week, Read More

Report Claims That 46% of All Funds Generated by ICOs Have Been Raised in Europe

8 months ago adcity Comments Off on Report Claims That 46% of All Funds Generated by ICOs Have Been Raised in Europe
Markets and Prices Research conducted by Atomico, a prominent European venture capital firm, claims that nearly half of all funds generated through initial coin offerings (ICOs) has been raised in Europe. The findings have been published in the third edition of Atomico’s State of European Tech Report.   Also Read: The Ethereum Blockchain Is Congested by Read More

The UK and the EU have reportedly reached an agreement on the Brexit break-up fee

9 months ago adcity Comments Off on The UK and the EU have reportedly reached an agreement on the Brexit break-up fee
British and European negotiators have reportedly reached an “agreement-in-principle” over the amount that the UK has pay the EU as it leaves the bloc. Published 4 hours ago  |  Photo by Reuters/Neil Hall €55 billion The tentative figure ranges from €45 billion ($53 billion) to €55 billion ($65 billion), according to the Telegraph, citing sources on Read More

Baltic Finance Ministries Decide to Support Blockchain Technology Development

9 months ago adcity Comments Off on Baltic Finance Ministries Decide to Support Blockchain Technology Development
The finance ministries of the Baltic states have expressed their support to the development of Blockchain or distributed ledger technologies (DLT). The aim is to help in the advancement of capital market innovations. In their recent Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the ministries for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have announced their cooperation on several actions aimed Read More

PR: Serenity Financial Knows How to Choose an ICO

9 months ago adcity Comments Off on PR: Serenity Financial Knows How to Choose an ICO
This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com does not endorse nor support this product/service. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. There is a boom of ICOs in the global market. Read More

Britain’s decisions in the next few weeks will determine the fate of Brexit talks

9 months ago adcity Comments Off on Britain’s decisions in the next few weeks will determine the fate of Brexit talks
Britain is about to embark on a sixth round of Brexit talks with the European Union. The two sides have yet to agree on three key issues that allow negotiations to progress to the next stage—the divorce bill, the rights of EU citizens in the UK, and what to do about the Northern Ireland border. Read More