Tag: EU

EU Law Prohibits Banks from Banning Transactions Concerning Cryptocurrencies

Cryptocurrencies have changed how online transactions are made and it may remain to do so in the next few years. Many people use cryptos like Bitcoin and altcoins like Ethereum, Litecoin, and DogeCoin in different ways. People mainly use these for online transactions as its quicker, safer, and somehow gives them anonymity as much as possible. Some would also use these to avoid the hassle that banks would give them …
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The Dreaded GDPR Is Here: Non-Compliant Companies Had Better Get Their Checkbooks Ready

It’s rather like the effects of smoking, or slouching, or eating too much sugar. You know you shouldn’t do it. You know it’s bad for you. But there are so many other things that can kill you first, right? When you spend so much time chasing customers and crafting marketing campaigns to attract and retain them, what’s a little laxity with your data policy going to cost? Quite a lot, actually. …
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Following Bullish Sentiments: Price of Bitcoin Eyes $7,000, Global Markets Green

While it may be premature, many are suggesting that a true reversal is finally taking place. As Bitcoin establishes higher lows, and more and more altcoins are seeing huge appreciations, there seems to be evidence to suggest the bears are being driven out. Coupled with abundant, positive news recently, it’s possible that the extended red will soon turn green. Last week, Bitcoin (BTC) held support at US$6,600. More recently, floors …
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New EU Directive Removes Option to Anonymously Purchase Cryptocurrency

Europe has always been a peculiar region when it comes to cryptocurrencies. More specifically, it seems there is very little interest in such currencies right now across the continent’s exchanges. That situation may come to change thanks to the new regulation handed down by the European Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs. This directive is set to go into effect over the next 18 months across all member states. Europe may Finally …
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