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Six New Bitcoin Cash Point-of-Sale Solutions for Merchants

These days it is easier than ever for online merchants and brick and mortar shops to accept bitcoin cash. Today we’re going to introduce six BCH point-of-sale solutions that provide businesses worldwide with the ability to utilize this innovative technology.        Also Read: New Information Heightens Satoshi Nakamoto Mystery Point-of-Sale Solutions …

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Crypto Facilities Launches Perpetual Futures on Five Cryptocurrencies

UK-based cryptocurrency exchange platform Crypto Facilities has launched perpetual futures contracts on five cryptocurrencies. The platform is registered with the country’s Financial Conduct Authority and already offers fixed maturity futures on six trading pairs. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese Market, Regulator Reveals Crypto Facilities Launches Perpetual Futures …

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Abra Launches Services for SEPA Bank Account Holders

Cryptocurrency wallet and exchange, Abra, has announced the launch of support for customers holding Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA) bank accounts. The move allows the citizens of the 28 member states of the European Union, four member states of the European Free Trade Association (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland), and …

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Russians Design а ‘Beautiful’ Mining Rig

A Russian design studio has developed a “beautiful” cryptocurrency mining rig. The fashionable “Freer” is a modular, customizable home mining device. It comes in different colors, displays and sets of ports, depending on the requirements of the client. Meanwhile, members of the Russian crypto community have urged the government to classify …

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Mainstream Media Narrative Sensationalizes Chinese Crypto Crackdown

An American academic has written an article criticizing dominant media narratives surrounding China’s regulatory actions pertaining to cryptocurrencies. The article’s author, Nicholas Krapels, asserts that “most casual observers of Chinese politics do not understand” that “by design, Chinese law maintains a grey area” and get caught up in the “clickbait-oriented …

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