WhiteBIT, a European centralized exchange successfully listed CRYPTOBUCKS(CBUCKS) last April 29, 2020. Launched in Dec 2018, WhiteBIT has an adjusted daily trading volume of 443,989,615 USD and offers crypto-to-crypto and crypto-to-fiat transactions with 0.1% trading fees.
With European Exchange and Custody licenses, WhiteBIT meets KYC and AML requirements. It claims to have 150,000+ users from the EU, South America, and Asia registered on the platform.
WhiteBIT offers instant transactions with P2P codes, the possibility of staking, private and public API & a number of trading tools: limit, market, stop limit and stop market orders. Quick deposits and withdrawals are carried…
Monero (XMR), a private cryptocurrency, has rallied 99.5% since its drop the last 12th of March, together with the rest of the crypto market. Dropping to a year-low 24.05 USD, Monero is now trading at around 49 USD.
According to a chart by TradingView, its recovery was because of the consistent, substantial purchasing volume that lasted for ten days already. At the time of writing, XMR/USDT pair has pulled back slightly after touching the 50 USD mark but the pattern of higher lows remained to recur in a 24-hr span.
Now that XMR found support at 49 USD, the next…
Acuiti, a derivatives analysis firm, revealed a growing interest in listing crypto assets among institutions, despite existing compliance concerns.
The study surveyed 86 “senior executives from the buy-side, sell-side, and proprietary trading groups specialized in traditional derivatives trading, clearing and execution.” The study found that 17% of traditional trading firms have already adopted crypto assets — with adoption defined as “trading or enabling the trading and clearing of at least one digital asset spot or derivatives instrument.”
From the remaining trading firms that haven’t adopted it yet, 45% of them are planning on discussing the idea within the next six…
Tokens related to communications surged to more than 18% last week as per the report of a crypto monitor CryptoSlate.
NetCents, a Canadian cryptocurrency payments provider, has completed the integration of its consumer credit card into its ecosystem. They had already begun the edge-case scenario testing in real-world environments to check its reliability and furnish it for the launch.
The new crypto credit card under NetCent promises Canadian users that they won’t have to pre-load cryptocurrency onto their cards. Because it is tied to the user’s wallet directly, which allows users to spend their cryptocurrency to be spent real-time, its instant settlement technology will allow merchants to convert crypto funds into fiat at time-of-purchase.
The NetCents credit card will be…
Ripple, known for its “ODL” or On-Demand-Liquidity is conquering new grounds as it finalizes its partnership with DeeMoney a Thai Fintech company that focuses on money remittance.
As the first non-bank institution in Thailand to sign on to RippleNet, DeeMoney already conducts money transfers using the blockchain network along remittance corridors in the Middle East and Gulf Regions, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Israel. Its established network of customers will continue to expand as Ripple’s services will break more walls and open more doors.
Thai’s market potential in the money remittance industry is booming with opportunities. With a forecasted value…
The fight against COVID-19 continues to strengthen as various crypto communities initiated and pledged to fund global health initiatives. Folding@Home, a platform that diverts computational power toward medical research, has seen support from many crypto projects, including Tezos. And CoreWeave — who have diverted 6,000 GPUs previously used to mine Ethereum (ETH) toward the project.
March 12, Red Cross (Italy) launched a BTC fundraising campaign to help finance their acquisition of advanced medical equipment and materials for their emergency operations. As of the time of writing, they already achieved its goal of 10,170 USD and have now raised 75.7% of its new 26,000 USD target.
Battling COVID-19 is a life-risking action for our medical and non-medical frontliners. The worldwide community, with the help of the crypto community, now works hand in hand in this fight against coronavirus. Together as one species, we shall rise again.
Norwegian-based company Opera is now enabling Debit Card, and Apple Pay crypto purchases in the US. Cryptocurrency purchases in the US using Opera’s mobile and desktop browsers are now possible.
Opera, in partnership with Wyre, a US-licensed money transmitter in the cryptocurrency sector, will allow US-based customers to buy Bitcoin and Ether directly from the browser’s crypto wallet. Meanwhile, for mobile users like Android and Apple, they can use debit cards and Apple Pay, respectively.
Opera’s cryptocurrency-enabled service has been in operation in countries like Sweden, Denmark, and Norway for over a year already. …
Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, an Italian bank just launched a Bitcoin trading service aimed at serving the people who are in lockdown.
Italy’s very own Banco Sella launched a Bitcoin trading service called the Hype platform, which will serve as a secure medium for money remittance during this global health crisis. With people glued at home due to strict implementation of lockdown, going into public places like banks are highly discouraged.
The growing interest in Bitcoin as a way of transferring money pushed the adoptions and integrations of Bitcoin in various businesses. About 1.2 million Italians are already using Banca…