Griffex GFX Token: Global crypto exchange ecosystem Griffex is a marketplace for smart sale and purchase of cryptocurrencies, a flexible trading platform presenting an opportunity for seasoned investors, retail traders, and cryptocurrency enthusiasts at managing multi-currency investment portfolio.
Trading with a comprehensive range of cryptocurrencies
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Adab Solutions Islamic Cryptocurrency: The First Islamic Crypto Exchange The ADAB Solutions project is developing the FICE - First Islamic Crypto Exchange, based on the Shariah norms.
The purpose of the ADAB Solutions project is the creation of a cryptocurrency platform, exchange and services that comply with the norms of the Sharia and operate on the principles of Islam.
ADAB Solutions will create services based on the high moral and cultural values of Islam and will provide access to all users of crypto-economics.
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ELI5 : How crypto exchanges work Exchanges are online markets where one can trade cryptos. It is where all the "pumping and dumping" you keep hearing about happens. (In contrast with real world stock exchanges, pumping and dumping is not illegal in cryptocurrencies, in fact it is a fairly common practice.)
Newcomers to cryptocurrencies often ask how these exchanges work, what risks are involved and other beginner questions. In this article we try to introduce you crypto exchanges and give a general view of how they work.
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MUFG: We Found 'Source' of $60 Million Hack of Crypto Exchange Zaif
Cybersecurity researchers working for a subsidiary of Japans largest bank believe that they have found the hackers who stole $60 million from Japanese crypto exchange Zaif in an attack earlier this year. According to a press release published on Monday, Japan Digital Design Co. (JDD) a subsidiary of banking giant MUFG partnered with local cybersecurity researchers to monitor the stolen funds as the attackers attempted to move them and, presumably, launder them into fiat currency. As CCN reported, the Zaif hack occurred in September and saw the thieves abscond with about $40 million in customer funds, along with $20 million that belonged to the exchange. The funds were denominated in bitcoin (BTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), and monacoin (MONA).
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