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Crypto Market Leaders Share Their Worst Banking Experiences

Many of the people working in the cryptocurrency industry had a negative banking experience. Some were prevented from accessing their funds while others lost their accounts. It’s no surprise that many people are working hard to disrupt the banking industry. Many of today’s leaders in the cryptocurrency space were victims of poor banking. To some, the experience was so bad that they are now spearheading the disruption of the banking system. For instance, Changpeng Zhao, chief executive of Binance, shared one negative experience with the Royal Bank of Canada. Changpeng…

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Bitcoin ATMs Worldwide Hit New Milestone, Surpassing 6,000

The number of Bitcoin (BTC) ATMs installed worldwide has now surpassed a new milestone surpassing 6,000. Online resource CoinATMRadar shows that there are currently 6,004 machines installed worldwide, over 65% of which are in the United States.  The United States dwarfs other countries in Bitcoin ATMs Furthermore, 108 machines have been deployed this month and data also shows that the average daily number of Bitcoin ATMs installed is 11 — the fastest pace this year. Over three-quarters of the machines installed worldwide are in North America, nearly 20% in Europe…

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Crypto News From the Spanish-Speaking World: Nov. 10–16 in Review

In this week’s news from the Spanish-speaking world, a Venezuelan official claims that all currencies will be replaced by cryptocurrencies, the Argentinian chief of the Banking Association criticizes fintech and crypto, and Spain offers prepaid visa card to teenagers that they can reload with crypto. Here is the past week of crypto and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph en Español. “Currencies will be replaced by crypto,” says Venezuelan official The Deputy of the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela, Francisco Torrealba, said in an interview on national…

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Long Live Single-Player Games, Says Star Wars Gaming Community Lead

Ben Walke, Global Community Lead on Star Wars games, recently tweeted out support for single-player games. Single-player and multiplayer games seem to be in a constant war with each other. In reality, a balance between the two sides is really important. The battle between single-player and multiplayer games has been raging for decades. Many companies seemed convinced that multiplayer gaming was the future, but a slew of top-notch single-player titles proved them wrong. The past year has been great for single-player gaming. Apparently, the global community lead for Star Wars…

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Presidential Hopeful Andrew Yang Plans to Regulate Crypto Industry

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang has outlined how he plans to regulate the cryptocurrency industry. Promise to promote legislation on cryptocurrencies On Nov. 14, Yang, an entrepreneur, lawyer, philanthropist and a Democratic candidate in the 2020 United States presidential election, wrote in a Nov. 14 blog post on the tech industry that cryptocurrencies experience the levels of fraud that they do because of lack of adequate regulations. He said: “Other countries, which are ahead of us on regulation, are leading in this new marketplace and dictating the rules that…

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Crypto News From Japan: Nov. 11–17 in Review

In this week’s selected cryptocurrency and blockchain-related news from Japan, a new association promoting crypto assets in antiquing was born, a well-known cryptocurrency trader was arrested and the Kyoto University started participating in the XRP ledger. Here is the past week of cryptocurrency and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph Japan. Crypto Antiquing Association Launches On Nov. 11, Cointelegraph Japan reported that the Crypto Assets Antique Association (CAAA) was established with the purpose of promoting the use of crypto assets in the antique trade. CAAA’s representative director…

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