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Telegram Hits Back, Requests Court to Throw SEC Case
Messaging app giant Telegram refuses back down against the Securitiesand
PBOC: China’s Digital Currency Won’t Seek ‘Full Control’ of User Info
China’s proposed central bank digital currency (CBDC) may provideBeijing with
Ethereum’s Joe Lubin: 'I Would Love to Help China Get Expert in Ethereum Technology'
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Ethereum co-founder and ConsenSys founder Joseph Lubin wasinterviewed by Forbeson
South Korea Is Looking to Put Trade Finance on the Blockchain
The South Korean government wants all trade to be on
Asia’s Richest Man to Build India’s Largest Blockchain Network
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Reliance Industries chairman, Mukesh Ambani, is looking to build one of the world’s largest blockchain networks over the next 12 months, according to Coin Geek. The network will be built by Reliance’s telecom subsidiary, Reliance Jio Infocomm, and will reportedly have “tens of thousands” of operational nodes on day one. Ambani, who shared his plan at a recently held annual
New Zealand Legalizes Salary Payments In Crypto
It was announced yesterday that New Zealand has become the first country ever to legalize salary payments in cryptocurrency. geralt / Pixabay This ruling was signed on June 27 by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) agency’s Director of Public Rulings, Susan Price. It will be put into effect for three years from September 1, 2019. The ruling states that the
Canadian Pacific Railway Joins Blockchain In Transport Alliance
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Canadian Pacific Railway (NYSE: CP) has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA). In joining the Alliance, CP is supporting BiTA's mission of producing blockchain  standards that allow for interoperability between participants in the global supply chain. Blockchain is an open, extensible platform capable of sharing shipping events, messages and documents across all the actors and systems in the supply
North Korea’s Nuclear Program Partially Funded by ‘Large Scale Attacks Against Cryptocurrency Exchanges’
North Korean hackers have reportedly stolen up to $2 billion to help fund the country’s nuclear program, the SCMP writes citing a report to the United Nations Security Council. North Korea is using cyberspace “to launch increasingly sophisticated attacks to steal funds from financial institutions and cryptocurrency exchanges to generate income” in violation of sanctions. Cryptocurrency exchanges deal in virtual