OKEx, one of the largest exchanges in the world, has announced plans to move to the European island, Malta. This announcement came quickly after a similar announcement made by Binance, one of OKEx’s main competitors. In an attempt to gain an understanding of the political climate around cryptocurrencies in Malta, OKEx’s executives met with the Maltese government. While many EU countries are taking a standoff-ish, if not downright hostile, approach to cryptocurrency, Malta – which<br />Read More<br />The post Hong-Kong Based Exchange OKEx Plans to Move to Malta appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
Day: April 15, 2018
Hobbyist in Hell: Tracking My Crypto Assets for the Taxman
The spreadsheet got more and more complicated, until one day it took two minutes to load.
Bermuda Wants Crypto Regulation to Fuel ‘Phenomenal’ Business Growth
The Bermuda Monetary Authority has published a consultation paper that is seeking public feedback on a proposed regulation on cryptocurrencies.
Why Leading Crypto Devs Don’t Work In Silicon Valley
A recent back-and-forth between Coinbase and a bitcoin developer shows there’s still a big gap between the industry and the open-source community.
Kenya’s Central Bank Chief Warns Again On Crypto Risks
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) is now in line with other banks in blacklisting digital currencies and warns customers and banks dealing with it.