Gatehub Crypto Wallet Data Breach Compromises Passwords of 1.4M Users By Cointelegraph


Gatehub Crypto Wallet Data Breach Compromises Passwords of 1.4M Users

A security researcher behind the data breach index site “Have I Been Pwned” said that password data and personal information of 2.2 million users of two websites have been dumped online.

On Nov. 19, Ars Technica reported that security researcher Troy Hunt confirmed that the compromised data belonged to accounts of cryptocurrency wallet, GateHub, and RuneScape bot provider EpicBot.

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How Crypto and Blockchain Are Influencing Geopolitics By Cointelegraph


How Crypto and Blockchain Are Influencing Geopolitics

The world is a constantly changing place — and from an economic standpoint, things are dramatically shifting, too. Two major superpowers, the United States and China, are embroiled in a dramatic trade war where tit-for-tat tariffs have been placed on goods — breeding uncertainty for consumers and businesses alike and making everyday products more expensive. The United Kingdom is still embroiled in a messy divorce from the European Union, and Russia is ratcheting up tensions with its neighbors in the West.

All of this geopolitical drama has two effects. Firstly, it can wreak havoc on the markets, wiping billions of dollars off the value of major companies and affecting employment rates in the world’s economies. Secondly, it is prompting some enthusiasts to passionately advocate for crypto and blockchain taking a bigger role in the economy. They say it could help bring down borders, making international payments faster and less expensive, while encouraging trade between nations.

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German Regulator Flags Crypto Broker for Operating Without License By Cointelegraph


German Regulator Flags Crypto Broker for Operating Without License

German regulator federal financial supervisory authority (BaFin) issued a warning against Bulgarian cryptocurrency broker 5 Capital on Nov. 11.

The regulator has barred 5 Capital from operating in the country since the firm illegally offered Contracts for Difference (CFDs) designed to expose clients to the price movements of cryptocurrencies.

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Presidential Hopeful Andrew Yang Plans to Regulate Crypto Industry By Cointelegraph


Presidential Hopeful Andrew Yang Plans to Regulate Crypto Industry

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang has outlined how he plans to regulate the cryptocurrency industry.

On Nov. 14, Yang, an entrepreneur, lawyer, philanthropist and a Democratic candidate in the 2020 United States presidential election, wrote in a Nov. 14 blog post on the tech industry that cryptocurrencies experience the levels of fraud that they do because of lack of adequate regulations. He said:

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What Powers China’s Crypto Mining Industry, and Is It Sustainable? By Cointelegraph


What Powers China’s Crypto Mining Industry, and Is It Sustainable?

The cryptocurrency mining industry continues to grow daily, supported by a continuous stream of new and more efficient hardware. China is at the forefront of the industry, but as environmental concerns loom, the sustainability of their success is coming into question.

Mining chip manufacturers, the most prolific of which are based in China, work tirelessly to develop ever-more-powerful processors. With each new iteration, these high-capacity chips require more and more energy to operate. Newer mining machines render old ones obsolete, resulting in an increasing flow of electrical waste, the majority of which goes unrecycled.

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Ingenico Partners with Pundi X to Unlock Android-Based Crypto Payments By Cointelegraph


Ingenico Partners with Pundi X to Unlock Android-Based Crypto Payments

French payment firm Ingenico has partnered with Singapore-based crypto startup Pundi X to enable its customers to receive payments in crypto using smartphones.

Pundi X has integrated its point-of-sale payment gateway (XPOS) into Ingenico’s mobile portable POS solution APOS A8, the firm announced on Nov. 12. Through this partnership, merchants around the world using Ingenico’s Android-based APOS A8 will now be able to accept a wide number of crypto as payment options.

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Bitstamp Crypto Exchange Expands Into Asia-Pacific Region With New Hire By Cointelegraph


Bitstamp Crypto Exchange Expands Into Asia-Pacific Region With New Hire

Luxembourg-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp has hired Andrew Leelarthaepin to lead its business development efforts in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

In a Nov. 13 press release, Bitstamp announced that Leelarthaepin was joining the company to further expand the exchange’s presence in Asia-Pacific “to meet the growing level of demand for the exchange’s services.”

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Canada’s Largest Bank Mulls Crypto Exchange After Bitcoin Ban — Report By Cointelegraph


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A Canadian bank, which banned its clients from buying (BTC), could now become the first in the country to launch a cryptocurrency exchange.

As innovation economy news outlet The Logic reported on Nov. 11, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is now rumored to be considering the plans.

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VC Firm Andreessen Horowitz Launches Free 7-Week Crypto School By Cointelegraph


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Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) is launching a free, seven-week crypto startup school, scheduled to kick off in February 2020.

The firm — well-known for its investments in crypto industry names such as Coinbase and — publicly announced the program on Nov. 8.

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Canadian Regulators Seize Crypto Exchange Reportedly Owing $16M to Clients By Cointelegraph


Canadian Regulators Seize Crypto Exchange Reportedly Owing $16M to Clients

Regulators in the Canadian province of British Columbia have shut down the Vancouver-based Einstein cryptocurrency exchange.

In a press release on Nov. 4, the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) reported that it had taken action against the Einstein cryptocurrency exchange, which apparently owes more than $16 million to its customers, according to CBC news.

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