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United States Is Number One in Cryptocurrency Crime, Data Shows

With the increasing popularity of digital assets, more sophisticated means are being developed to obtain ownership of these highly sought-after coins illegally. A recent study has put the United States at the heart of global cryptocurrency crime. The study also reports that cybercriminals have attacked all top cryptocurrency exchange platforms.

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More Merchants Should Accept Cryptocurrency, Consumers Tell Survey

75 percent of cryptocurrency holders would spend their coins in Point-of-Sale (PoS) transactions if they could, a new study into crypto consumer habits reveals.

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$42 Million Roman Mansion for Sale in Cryptocurrency

Are you a crypto-millionaire? How about a crypto-multi-millionaire? Are you in the market for a Roman mansion? If so, Hilton Hyland has just the home you’re looking for. The Crypto Palazzetto Rick Hilton’s Hilton Hyland company is listing a 17,000 square foot Roman mansion for roughly 42 million.

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Bank of England Open to Idea of Central Bank-Issued Digital Currency

Mark Carney, the governor of the United Kingdom’s central bank – the Bank of England – spoke on a recent panel in Stockholm on the future of central banking where he stated that he is open-minded about the idea of a central-bank-issued digital currency.

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Iran’s State-Backed Crypto Project Proceeds After ‘Banning’ Bitcoin

The country’s cryptocurrency project doesn’t seem to be affected by the recent nationwide ban by the Central Bank of Iran, prohibiting dealings with all kinds of virtual currencies. In fact, the project’s experimental model is ready. A Bit of History: Irans position on the field of cryptocurrencies has undoubtedly been through its ups and downs.

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