The Ontario Securities Commission continues to tighten its grip on digital currency operators, recently barring digital currency platforms from offering Tether (USDT) trading services.
The latest investment round would provide ammunition for further expansion of growth strategies, according to PDAX founder and CEO Nichel Gaba.
The exchange’s head believes that if Filipinos are going to trade digital currencies, the stock exchange is best placed to serve them over the existing exchanges.
GCash, which serves over 40% of the population, believes that in order to cement its position as a disruptor, it needs to integrate one of today’s rising technologies—digital currency.
BitAccelerate, which also goes by the name BitAccelerator, claims to be a crowdfunding platform on the blockchain offering long-term active and passive income investment plans via referrals.
The new guidelines include the need to apply for an operating license, the minimum capital for service providers and stringent anti-money laundering programs.
Arrest warrants issued in Philippines for gambling fraudsters Robert Gustaffson, Sylvia de Guzman, Maria Arleen Aldaba & Sherwin Quiambao.
In a PDAX webinar, Bitcoin Association’s Ella Qiang explains BSV's main advantages for both data processing and small-scale digital payments, while clarifying the main differences between BSV and other protocols.
Forsage claims to be a next-generation crowdfunding platform, promising zero-risk investments allegedly guaranteed by the execution of smart contracts.
Cloud mining company Mining City reportedly promises returns of up to $92 daily, paid out in Bitcoin Vault tokens.
The move coincides with developments around the Virtual Banking Act, which some lawmakers hope will pass before the end of 2020.