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PR: London Blockchain Startup FarmaTrust Partners with Mongolian Government to Stop Fake Medicine

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Qtum is Pushing to Become the Biggest Player in the Asian Market

The Qtum Foundation has announced a collaborative venture with fellow Singapore-based SpaceChain Foundation to enable the launch of a standardized CubeSat. This will most significantly enable Qtum wallet holders to employ Qtum’s blockchain technology on the UK-developed Raspberry...

New Crypto Exchanges Launch in South Korea Despite Lack of Fiat Deposits

A number of new cryptocurrency exchanges are launching in South Korea despite being unable to provide full service due to regulatory challenges. Since the Korean government enforced the real-name system on cryptocurrency accounts, banks have only been providing...

Hong Kong Cracks Down on Securities Tokens – 7 Crypto Exchanges Targeted

The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission has sent letters to seven cryptocurrency exchanges regarding their listings of securities tokens without a license. Most of the exchanges took immediate rectification measures, including removing problematic cryptocurrencies from their platforms....

Silence Of The Lambos? China Offers Luxury Cars For Crypto Despite Trade Ban

Continuing evidence of Bitcoin acceptance is fueling confusion about the true nature of the China cryptocurrency ban. Supercars On Sale For Bitcoin As major corporations make daring inroads to broadening acceptance this month despite a government pledge to...

Ripple to Provide Faster Payments into China with New Partnership

Online shopping is an immense industry in China, with hundreds of millions of users and worth over $670 billion last year. Some of the largest e-commerce markets on the planet are targeted at Chinese consumers, and their spending...