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Mailchimps Joins Other Major Social Media by Banning Cryptocurrency Ads

Cryptocurrency ads drop-out keeps increasing as mailchimp joined other major social media by announcing a ban on all cryptocurrency-related advertisements….

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Thailand are set to impose tax on cryptos

Thailand will impose tax on cryptocurrency According to report by Nikkei Asian Review on Friday investors will face a 7%…

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AirAsia rewards program for frequent-flyer will be converted into BigCoin

AirAsia is set to launch a cryptocurrency-based rewards program In the quest of gearing the company into a cashless system…

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Economist Doubt Cryptocurrency

Professor Andrew K Rose of the Hass School of Business, University of California, Berkeley was reported to have said many…

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Twitter,Facebbok and Google Set to Face Court Over the Banning of Cryptos Ads

According to the head of RACIB Yuri Pripachkin Google, Twittwr, Facebook and Yandex will be sued by the Russian association…

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Bitcoin Wont Change The Faith of Nigerians

Nigerians are most likely to be unbelievers, not in Christ but in any scheme, and that’s the challenge Bitcoin and…

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Analysts Remain Firm On Bitcoin

It was only yesterday that a tech giant banned crypto advert on its platform, bitcoin price has hovered around $8000…

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Bringing back BTC as a Payment Option is not Guaranteed—Reddit

Reddit has stoped the acceptance of payment in bitcoin,for those who want a premium membership,”pinpointing an upcoming coinbase change” this…

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Cryptocurrency Market Sees Gain Once Again

Cryptocurrency market has gained $20billion over the past 24hours, seeing bitcoin and etherium increased by 6 percent and 4 percent…

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Cryptocurrencies Cannot be Regulated in Indian According to Former Finance Ministry Member Shaktikanta Das

A major member in the indian finance ministry has criticize cryptocurrencies, saying it wont be possible bringing them under regulation,…

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