Tag: Euro

ESCB Mulls the Concept of Creating a Euro-backed Stablecoin

Banks and other financial institutions are well aware of cryptocurrencies and digital assets. So much even that the European System of Central Banks may create its own Euro-backed stablecoin fairly soon. Although these plans are not officially confirmed, a recent communication shows the plan is at least being considered.  ECSB Takes Note of Digital Assets In recent years, the European Central Bank has remained relatively quiet regarding Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. …
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4 Reasons to Scrutinize BuyCrypto.today Before Using the Service

Ever since LoclaBitcoins decided to remove the option for users to settle transactions with cash, there has been a growing demand for alternative solutions. Several such platforms exist already, yet it seems BuyCrypto.today is trying to make a name for itself. While the service appears perfectly legitimate, there are a few interesting “signs” which may put a different spotlight on things. Trading Euros for Cryptocurrency On the surface, the BuyCrypto …
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Coinbase Deems European Market Insufficiently Healthy to Trade Bitcoin Cash

A lot of people were quite surprised to see Coinbase enable Bitcoin Cash trading a few days ago. Indeed, it was a pretty intriguing decision, although the altcoin has cemented its place in the world of cryptocurrency. Unfortunately, it seems European users will have to wait a while longer before they can buy BCH with their euros. According to Coinbase, that’s because European markets are “not sufficiently healthy.” It’s an interesting decision, …
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Global Stock Markets On Wobbly Legs After Italian Referendum Turns Into Disaster

Monday has not been a great day for stocks worldwide. Both the US equity index futures and the Euro saw significant declines ever since the result of the Italy referendum was made public.  Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi will resign shortly. It appears, however, that the global economy has taken another kick in the groin, and it will take quite some time to recover. Italian Referendum Shakes Up The World …
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