India Ready to Unveil Cryptocurrency Law Next Month

The government of India may provide clarity on cryptocurrency regulation as soon as next month with a new draft bill now in the works. Clarity Soon Citing a counter-affidavit issued by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Quartz reports that the country’s government is likely to provide some clarity on the matter of cryptocurrencies sometime in the […]

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Could Government Issued Cryptocurrencies be the Future?

Toju Omet · May 31, 2018 · 1:30 am Prominent economist Mohamed El-Erian sees a future in which an “officially sanctioned” cryptocurrency will exist. Going Cashless “We are moving away from cash,” El-Erian says. “Go to Sweden and you’ll see how fast.” In Sweden, just 2% of the country’s transactions are conducted with cash, and […]

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Governmental Blockchain Adoption: Efficient and Transparent Government Systems

Nick Chong · February 26, 2018 · 1:30 am Most can acknowledge the potential use cases of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, but if governments don’t recognize this technology as viable, what are the chances of true adoption? Governments all over the world have conflicting views on the applied use of blockchain technologies in traditional governmental […]

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Government Websites Attacked by Mining Malware

James Levenson · February 12, 2018 · 1:00 am Reports of mining malware infestations are an almost weekly occurrence now. With cryptocurrency mining becoming more lucrative than ransomware, hackers are upping their game and widening the digital net. Those caught in it this week included a number of government websites in the UK and Australia. […]

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