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Indacoin Buy Crypto Exchange Platform Review [Updated]
Indacoin is a UK-based cryptocurrency exchange that allows its users to buy top cryptocurrencies instantly using their debit or credit card without registration. Additionally, KYC verification is not compulsory for credit card purchases less than $200. Indacoin exchange is owned by Indacoin Limited, headquartered in London since 2013. This exchange allows you to buy Bitcoin and over 100 altcoins, including Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin cash. In addition to buying cryptos, Indacoin even offers a free mobile-based wallet for its customers to secure their digital assets. The trading interface of Indacoin exchange is so simple that even a novice trader can quickly buy cryptocurrencies without the need to create an account. Their customer support is excellent, better than most exchanges which we've tested. Nevertheless, it's good to highlight the fact that this exchange doesn't provide an option to sell or exchange cryptocurrencies.

A Town In Canada Has Approved Pilot Property taxes in Bitcoin
Innisfil, an Ontario town in Canada has approved a pilot program that allows taxpayers to pay property taxes with Bitcoin, according to a press release published by the local government. The city of Innisfil has reached a partnership with cryptocurrency payment startup Coinberry Pay to allow its residents to make property taxes payments in Bitcoins, first, and other cryptocurrencies in the future. The partnership will include other cryptocurrencies in the months to come such as Litecoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and Ripple. Innisfil is a town of 36,000 people 80 kilometers north of Toronto and south of Barrie, Ontario. The city voted for the project in a 1-year venture.

Tagomi Becomes 18th Bitlicensed Crypto Broker in New York
Crypto brokerage startup Tagomi Trading has obtained a Bitlicense from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), according to a press release published by the Department of Financial Services. Tagomi Trading was granted by virtual currency and money transmitter licenses on March 27th, making Tagomi the 18th Bitlicense broker in the Empire State. The Acting Superintendent Linda Lacewell said that the approval is based on the fact that Tagomi is consumer-oriented. The firm will provide people with more choice and more protection in a continuously evolving global financial services marketplace.

All Tried & Tested Cryptocurrency Exchange Platforms Reviews
As a UK based broker, Indacoin is an excellent choice for a novice trader to get involved in crypto as it requires no account registration and supports crypto purchases via a credit/debit card. Kraken Exchange is the first cryptocurrency exchange to appear on the Bloomberg terminal. This exchange ticks virtually all the boxes when it comes to sought-after features by both novice and experienced traders. EXMO is a UK based Bitcoin Exchange which was launched in 2013 by EXMO Finance LLP. One of the world's oldest Bitcoin Broker, Coinmama has its headquarters situated in Slovakia. CoinEx, is a relatively recent cryptocurrency exchange. With its headquarters based in Hong Kong, it boasts of low trading fees, supports over 50 trading pairs and is multilingual.

Bcause's Full-Stack Cryptocurrency Ecosystem To Work On Nasdaq
Bcause, creator of the world's first full-stack cryptocurrency ecosystem announced that its markets will operate on Nasdaqs Market technology starting the first half of the current year. In other words, as soon as the next quarter.  Bcause is also seeking approval of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission to become a designated contract market and to form a derivatives clearing organization. According to a press release published by Bcause, the full line of Bcause market offerings will soon operate on the most widely-used market infrastructure technology in the world. The full-stack cryptocurrency ecosystem will work on Nasdaq's matching engine, clearing and market surveillance technologies on the Nasdaq Financial Framework platform.

The Best Derivative Exchanges For Crypto Traders
Derivative exchanges are becoming increasingly popular and taking up an ever-larger share of trading volume. These products track the price of cryptocurrencies but are not the actual cryptocurrencies. They are the tool of speculators who wish to capitalise on price movements. Derivatives are also a popular instrument in the traditional markets. Professional traders participate in futures, options, and other derivatives markets which derive prices from products such as commodities, equities, and precious metals. Recent BitMEX reports show that the derivatives trading in cryptocurrencies account for more than one-quarter of the total trading volume despite there being just a few key cryptocurrency derivative exchanges in the market.

Bitcoin to be worth $10,000 Says BitMEX CEO
The CEO of BitMEX, Arthur Hayes has stated that he believes Bitcoin will be worth more than double its current value by the end of the year. The statement came via a newsletter from the MEX Research Desk. It states that the bear market will continue for a while longer before getting back to $10,000. The newsletter reads, The 2019 chop will be intense, but the markets will claw back to $10,000. That is a very significant psychological barrier. He goes on to explain that it could go even higher, albeit only temporarily. $20,000 is the ultimate recovery. However, it took 11 months from $1,000 to $10,000, but less than one month from $10,000 to $20,000 back to $10,000.

Huobi Global Launches 'Huobi Prime' Token Listing Next Week
Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi Global is planning to launch its token listing platform on March 26, according to a press release and a Tweet published by the company. We are happy to announce that on Tuesday, March 26, Huobi Prime, a better path to premium coins, will go live, the Tweet said.  The new platform will allow crypto holders to trade its coins directly and immediately with the Direct Premium Offering Model. Huobi also created a brand new blockchain evaluation model project called Smart-Chain 2.0? that will review and select the best digital assets before listing on the Huobi exchange.

Square To Hire Crypto Engineers Who Will Be Paid In Bitcoin
Square Payments is planning to hire four crypto engineers, and one designer to work in its new bitcoin/crypto ecosystem project. What's more, the company will be able to pay new employees with bitcoins, according to a Tweet published by Jack Dorsey, Square CEO. According to Dorsey's tweet, Square is hiring 3-4 crypto engineers and 1 designer to work full-time on open source contributions to the bitcoin/crypto ecosystem projectSquare Crypto. New employees will be able to work from anywhere. Engineers will focus exclusively on what's best for the cryptocurrency community and individual economic promotion.

Coinmama Will Now Buy Your Bitcoins
Coinmama, the Slovakia-based digital currency provider, is now buying Bitcoins, not only selling it, according to a press release published by the company. Starting this week, Coinmama will buy Bitcoins from customers in the thirty-seven European countries included in the SEPA, the Single Euro Payments Area. We are looking forward to making Coinmama your place to sell Bitcoin as well, the announcement said. Previously, Coinmama was known as a service where people around the world can buy Bitcoins. From now on, they will be able to sell it to them too. According to the company, clients with SEPA supported bank accounts will be able to sell up to 12,000 USD in Bitcoin by a single transaction. No additional processing fee on SEPA bank transfers.

Bitcoin Pioneer Subpoenaed for $4 Billion
Jeff Garzik, a software engineer considered a Bitcoin pioneer, has been subpoenaed for 4 Billion because of a connection he has with an on-going lawsuit against Craig White. The United District court filed the subpoena follows on from the on-going dispute between White and the family of David Kleiman. Kleiman is suspected by many to be one of the founding bitcoin and blockchain developers. Some even believe he was Satoshi Nakamoto himself, including Garzik, who previously stated that Nakamoto, matches his coding style, this gentleman was self-taught. And the Bitcoin coder was someone who was very, very smart, but not a classically trained software engineer.

HitBTC Exchange Platform Accused of Fraud By Bitcoin Private
There has been some mudslinging in the world of cryptocurrency today after Exchange Platform HitBTC was accused of fraud by Bitcoin Private. Fraud is a common topic in the world of cryptocurrency of late and a new accusation has come today from Bitcoin Private directed at HitBTC. This follows the delisting of their currency, BTCP on HitBTC, despite having previously paid $500,000.00 USD in bitcoin for the privilege. The desilting occurred after a coinburn of around 2million covertly mined, unclaimed BTCP by Bitcoin Private. This burn require users to move their tokens or risk losing them. One party the latter occurrence  happened to was HitBTC, who lost 58,920 BTCP in holdings as a result of the burn. In response to this happening, HitBTC demanded compensation for these coins, claiming that the loss was Bitcoin Private's fault, before removing them from their listings.

Swissquote to Launch Crypto Platform and Wallet
Switzerland-based online banking and trading firm Swissquote, announced a fully-integrated trading platform and depository wallet for cryptocurrencies. This is planned to be launched as soon as March 21, 2019, according to a press release published by the company. Swissquote will allow retail and institutional customers to transfer cryptocurrencies from external wallets to their Swissquote accounts and vice versa. The document says that Swissquote will become a fully-secured cryptocurrency trading platform that will be powered by the fintech company Crypto Storage AG. Crypto Storage will offer its management cryptocurrency private keys solution that uses HSM, the hardware security modules system.  Our HSMs are the same as those built for the Swiss National Bank and that nothing is outsourced or could allow for a backdoor to be built in, Crypto Storage CEO Stijn Vander Straeten told CoinDesk.

The UK Does Not Know What Cryptocurrency Is
It is a recurrent story every Christmas or family party. Uncle John asks you about your job, and then you tell him that you write about cryptocurrencies, blockchain and the 4th industrial revolution. Then, a deathly and awkward silence. Well, you are not alone. 73% of Her Majesty, the Queen Elizabeth subjects do not know about cryptocurrencies.  A Financial Conduct Authority survey showed that 73% of United Kingdom consumers don't know what a cryptocurrency is or are unable to determine it.  So, do not feel you are living in a different world, but it is usual with disrupting technologies.  According to the study, cryptocurrencies are only popular [Sic] in people between 20 and 44 years old.

Argentinian Ministry To Fund Binance Backed Projects
Binance has today announce they will be working with Argentinian government to further the use of blockchain and cryptocurrency implementation in the country. Despite being in the midst of a recession, the use of cryptocurrencies within Argentina is growing rapidly. There are currently 260 outlets in the country that utilise cryptocurrencies as a payment method, while on a national scale, you can use crypto to top-up your transport card while cryptocurrency ATMs are popping up in major cities.   It is believed that part of this emergence has actually come as a direct result of the nations financial troubles, with people moving away from the countries traditional currency for the virtual alternatives. With so much progression in the field, it only makes sense that a company involved in cryptocurrencies would take notice, and who other than the company of the moment, Binance.

Utility Tokens Versus Security Tokens
For the past year, the ecosystem of tokens built on top of blockchains integrated into decentralized applications (DApps) has been rapidly expanding. One of the most contentious subjects surrounding tokens has been the difference between Utility Tokens and Security Tokens. The ramifications of any individual being considered a utility token or a security token are enormous. Security tokens are subject to regulations which, in many cases, can make their project unfeasible to execute. Utility tokens avoid regulatory oversight but can have their own risks. The major use case for tokens so far has been fundraising. In the public equity markets, when a company needs to raise funds, they issue shares of the business to the public in the form of securities. These are subject to regulation and oversight. In the United States, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is responsible for regulating the public equity markets.

Bitcoin Lightening Torch Arrives in Iran
The Bitcoin Lightening Torch, an experiment which sees participants passing around a bitcoin transaction adding a small number of funds en-route, has now arrived in Iran. The movement, first started by the Twitter account Hodlonaut in January, has been quite the talking point in the crypto community of late as it makes it rounds across the world. Currently, it has already reached over 230 people and growing. The latest additions came today, as it arrived in Iran to Ziya Sadr, a Coinex executive, who then passed it on to fellow Iranian, Sam Abbassi, the founder and president of the Bushido Lab. This latest drop-off is the most controversial stop on the journey so far, with concerns surrounding the eventuality because of political reasons centring on censorship. US laws prevented the passing of the torch between Vijay Boyapati, a software engineer, to Sadr before, but it has now been circumnavigated so to bypass the laws.

Best Wallets To Store ICO, STO & DApp Tokens | Cryptimi
There has been a burgeoning ecosystem being built on top of the Ethereum blockchain. Developers have been building decentralized application (DApps) on top of the Ethereum blockchain which require Ethereum-based tokens to interact with. Other projects have been fundraising their project visions via conducting an initial coin offering (ICO). ICO's issue tokens to investors in exchange for funds with the token typically having a key role to play in the project being proposed. Many of the major cryptocurrencies have used the Ethereum blockchain to conduct their ICO prior to launching their own mainnet. Some large-cap projects which did this include EOS, Tron, and ICX.

Which are the best and safest Bitcoin BTC Wallets (UPDATED) | Cryptimi
There is often a lot of focus on how to buy Bitcoin and where the price is going to move. It is easy to overlook one of the most important aspects when buying Bitcoin. If users and investors do not store their Bitcoin in high-quality wallets, there is the risk that they could lose their funds forever. There is also the matter that if you don't control your own Bitcoin in your own wallet, it is not really your Bitcoin. You may believe that the Bitcoin that you leave on an exchange is yours but if the exchange gets hacked, the Bitcoin will likely not be retrieved. In this article, we analyse the top wallets to store and secure Bitcoin. We delve into the security provided, features, along with benefits and drawbacks of each.

Spain's Casual Hoteles Hotels To Accept Bitcoins - Cryptimi
Spanish hotel chain Casual Hoteles is now accepting bitcoins as a meaning of payment according to a press release published by the company. The first hotel that will receive bitcoin payments will be the Andalusia-located hotel Casual Malaga del Mar. More hotels will be added to the project in the short term. To pay in Bitcoin, all customers need to do is scan a QR code located in all hotel lobbies.  As for online payments, there is an option on the hotels website. Additionally customers could also opt for paying via their WhatsApp account with a payment code linked to a BITPAY account. Besides Bitcoin, the group is also accepting payments with Amazon Pay in all Casual Hoteles locations.  The project fits in a new marketing strategy focused on tech-savvy clients who are looking for technology vanguardist accommodations at affordable prices.

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