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Dubai Issues License to Cryptocurrency Firm

The largest free economic zone in the UAE with zero percent personal and corporate income tax, has started issuing licenses to firms trading cryptocurrencies The first license has been issued to a gold trader that has recently started offering cryptocurrency services.

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Israel Government Considering National Cryptocurrency

Following in the footsteps of Russia and Dubai, Israel is considering offering a national cryptocurrency a digital shekel which would correspond in value to physical shekels.

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Majority of Bitcoin Investors Believe Cryptocurrency Performs Even Better in 2018

Majority of Bitcoin Investors Believe Cryptocurrency Performs Even Better in 2018

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Cryptocurrency Has Introduced New Careers In Tech

Cryptocurrency has exploded over the past year or two. And while you may have heard friends, relatives, and coworkers talking about Bitcoin, you might not know that it is creating more than a buzz: it is creating jobs. From crypto startups to established companies, the job market has never looked so good for blockchain enthusiasts. Let is look at the state of the cryptocurrency job market, what kind of work is available, and how to potentially land one of these roles yourself.

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2018 will usher in the green cryptocurrency revolution

Headlines sounding the death knell of fossil fuels and the internal combustion engine do not quite add up to the birth of a global green economy. For that, we need green money as much as we need clean technology.

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$600 Billion: Cryptocurrency Market Cap Sets New Record

The total cryptocurrency market capitalization rose above $600 billion for the first time today. Data from CoinMarketCap.com shows that the capitalization rose as high as $603.3 billion, crossing $600 billion around 11:30 UTC. After dipping below that roughly an hour later, it again climbed above that level twice in the following four hours.

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Bitcoin-Friendly Philippines Plans ICO Regulation

fter introducing regulations for bitcoin exchanges earlier this year, authorities in the Philippines are casting their eye on initial coin offerings (ICOs). Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) governor Nestor Espenilla has revealed the central bank’s intent to introduce regulations for initial coin offerings, or ICOs. A radical new form of fundraising where companies and startups raise capital by offering digital tokens in exchange for cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and Ethereum, ICOs are becoming increasingly popular as a means to gain financing.

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