The United Arab Emirates has been cementing its presence in the digital asset industry recently with multiple efforts to further adopt blockchain-based technologies.
The Afghan refugee believed the Taliban would restrict access to smartphones and the internet, making crypto mining impossible.
Bitcoin represents a threat to the United States dollar and its global hegemony backed by endless war.
Bitcoin gives Palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest, and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies.
Even Iran’s Minister of Labor has reported electrical disruptions to his home as crypto miners continue to exert demand on the country’s power grid.
Lawmakers seem to be attempting to establish a legal framework behind a Central Bank of Iran decision for people to only use crypto from state-licensed mining operations for payments.
HSBC plans to improve the KYC process for local investors and corporate clients by leveraging blockchain technology.
The Bitcoin Fund has become the first bitcoin investment fund to trade in the Middle East after being listed on the Nasdaq Dubai exchange.
CSPR appears to be following DOT’s route to success as its IOU token latched on to the bull market’s momentum and rallied 2,300% before it’s even listed on major exchanges.
One of the biggest asset managers in Israel allocated millions of dollars into the shares of Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). Altshuler Shaham is now gaining exposure to bitcoin by investing $100 million in shares, according to a local media outlet. Altshuler Shaham Currently Holds $150M Worth in BTC Per Globes Israel, the multi-million-dollar investment yielded […]