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Dydx trading volumes explode after China’s latest crypto ban – bitcoin news

by on October 1, 2021 0

Dydx, a decentralized exchange, has seen its trading volumes explode in recent days, overtaking other recognized decentralized exchanges like Uniswap and Pancakeswap. Some analysts have suggested that this could be the result of the latest Chinese cryptocurrency ban that caused users based in China to move their trading activities to these platforms. Dydx bursts...

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Lights up … don’t worry, Bitcoin adoption won’t be stopped – Cointelegraph Magazine

by on September 30, 2021 0

In a series of recent interviews and speeches, the chairman of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Gary Gensler, has called the cryptocurrency market “Wild West” due to its unregulated and supposedly crowded atmosphere. fraud, predicting that the pieces were doomed. Lights up … is a monthly opinion column by Marc Powers, who...

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NChain article on ‘electronic reimbursement via retail CBDC’ offers new monetary policy tool

by on September 29, 2021 0

A recently published paper, authored by an nChain researcher, looks at a new monetary policy tool activated by a retail central bank digital currency (CBDC): sector-specific cash payments on private consumption spending . The paper examines how electronic cashback and different cashback rates can improve the economic toolkit as a way for central banks...

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Stablecoins: US Preps Digital Currency Framework

by on September 27, 2021 0

The Biden administration will review stricter regulations for stable coins, writes the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Stablecoins are a form of digital currency that tries to combine the stability of national currencies with the ability to trade quickly online. Stablecoins are backed by safe assets like Treasuries and should theoretically be quite tightly tied...

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It’s also good that John Key refused to rule New Zealand with the ham fist exposed in his sad opinion piece on Covid, says Chris Trotter

by on September 26, 2021 0

By Chris Trotter * It is no small feat when a former prime minister speaks in public during a time of national crisis. At such times, the words of past leaders, spoken in favor of current leaders, can have a powerful unifying effect. Indeed, rare are the gestures capable of generating such positive results....

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Heavy regulations on luxury items on cards

by on September 25, 2021 0

ISLAMABAD: The government is considering various options to increase regulatory duties (RD) on the import of dozens of luxury items such as the import of automobiles, cosmetics, master baths, varnish, stationery, various textile products, sweeteners, non-essential foods. , and others. The government decided to go ahead with fiscal measures to reduce the growing current...

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Letters to the Editor – September 24, 2021

by on September 24, 2021 0

This is the news item “Honeywell to train 15,000 students in three years” (September 24). Ashish Gaikward, President Honeywell India’s proposal to train talented students in appropriate fields and technologies, is a welcome step. This idea has the potential to become a giant leap in the Nation Building task. Such initiatives by companies must...

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