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There are different emerging economies around the world that have experienced turbulence in the last months. Their currencies depreciated and inflation rates substantially increased. However, this could be positive for Bitcoin adoption around the world. Let’s see what happened inArgentina,Venezuela,Turkeyand Ukraine.

Emerging Markets Embrace Bitcoin

Turkey was the first country experiencing strong economic problems some time ago. U.S. President Donald Trump imposed taxes to aluminum and steel imports from Turkey. He has also decided to include other financial sanctions.

In just a year, the Turkish Liralost 97% against the US Dollar. This has certainly damaged Turkey’s economy and companies.

With capital controls in the country, investors turned to virtual currencies, but specifically to Bitcoin. At least, this can be seen in thevolume of Bitcoin transacted in Local Bitcoins. The number of Bitcoins moved reached the highest levels in 2018.

According to Coinhills, the Turkish Lira (TRY) is the 7th most traded currency against Bitcoin around the world. In the last 24 hours it moved almost 1,200 BTC.


In Argentina, the situation looks very similar. Although the South American country has not been affected by Trump’s tariffs, the Argentine Peso (ARS) has devalued against the US Dollar 120%. Right after the latest devaluation (20% on August 30), the central bankincreased interest rates up to 60%.

Since the beginning of the year, Argentina has experienced an increase in the number of Bitcoin transactedthrough Local Bitcoins. During the last weeks the market experienced the highest number of transactions in the year.


Venezuela is also in a very complicated situation. Citizens are moving towards virtual currencies. For example, Dash is being used in the country more than in any other nation. Additionally, individuals living in Venezuela are mining virtual currencies to survive and pay their local bills or save some funds.

According to Local Bitcoins, Venezuela hasregistered a very important increase in the number of Bitcoins transacted. This year, the number of Bitcoins transactions increased 157% from 244 to 628 Bitcoins.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the inflation in Venezuela is going to reach 1 million percent. According to Alejandro Werner, head of the IMF’s Western Hemisphere department, the crisis is comparable to that of Germany in 1923 or Zimbabwe in the late 2000s.

About it, Werner wrote:
“The collapse in economic activity, hyperinflation, and increasing deterioration in the provision of public goods as well as shortages of food at subsidized prices have resulted in large migration flows, which will lead to intensifying spillover effects on neighboring countries.”
Bitcoin is used as a safe haven when crisis appear in some countries. However, there were no important crisis in developed countries to compare and see the results. Bitcoin has been in the market in the last 10 years, but since 2016 it has experienced an important growth.


Alipay and its parent company Ant Financial announced a partnership with local Chineseauthorities to use blockchain for ensuring the authenticity of rice, local media report August 28.

A major player in the Chinese market, Alipay boasted 400 million users in August 2017. The company is owned by Alibaba affiliate Ant Financial.

According to Global Times, the deal with the municipal government in Wuchang in Heilongjiang Province aims to stop counterfeit versions of the well-known Wuchang rice making it into the market.

“This is the first time that Wuchang Rice has changed the long-distance distribution method for the whole country, shortening the original delivery time of 3-7 days to less than 2 days,” the publication adds about the benefits of blockchain introduction:
“Information such as warehousing, delivery, and trucking of warehousing and distribution links is also visible to consumers in real time.”
The move comes a week after China ramped up its cryptocurrency ban with further blocks on exchanges and exchange of information about the sector.

On the contrary, blockchain continues to capture the imagination of Beijing, with various partnerships and integrations ongoing within both the state and private sectors.

Alipay has also taken a tough stance on users performing cryptocurrency trading using its accounts, Cointelegraph reported over the weekend, while in June, Ant Financial began a blockchain remittance project with the Philippines.


North Korea is reportedly planning to hold a conference devoted to blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies. The event, said to have been scheduled to take place in October, is expected to bring experts from around the world who will meet representatives of North Korean enterprises.    

DPRK’s First International Crypto Event?
The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea (DPRK), the hermit communist state that suffers from bad publicity in the crypto space, is organizing a cryptocurrency and blockchain conference in Pyongyang in October. This is according to a report by the U.S.-based Radio Free Asia (RFA) quoted by the South Korean Yonhap news agency.

The first Korean International Blockchain Conference will be a two-day event in the capital city of the DPRK, starting on October 1. According to the report, the conference will bring together experts in the field from around the world. Participants are also expected to hold meetings with representatives of the North Korean state-run entities on October 3.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, a security expert told the radio station that North Korea appears to be trying to show off its capabilities when it comes to cutting-edge crypto and blockchain technologies.

New Hacking Allegations May Overshadow the Conference

The news about the upcoming Pyongyang event comes after another report implicating the communist regime of exploiting digital security weaknesses in the West to acquire crypto capital through illicit means. Lazarus Group, a cybercrime syndicate often associated with North Korea, has deployed new malware adapted to infect multiple operating systems.

Researchers at the cyber security firm Kaspersky claim the presumed North Korean hackers have recently initiated a new campaign named “Applejeus” using a trojan called Fallchill. The cryptocurrency-stealing software was discovered after it penetrated the IT systems of an unnamed cryptocurrency exchange based in Asia.

The attack took place after one of the platform’s employees downloaded an infected crypto trading application from a legitimate-looking website. The experts found that the Fallchill trojan had been redesigned to target not only Windows PCs but also macOS devices and possibly Linux machines.

North Korea’s Crypto Dossier

This is not the first time the DPRK is accusedof attempting to get hold of stolen cryptocurrency. In March, former NSA official and cyber security expert for the Asia-Pacific region, Priscilla Moriuchi, said the North had obtained at least 11,000 bitcoins (BTC) through mining and hacking in 2017. At the time the value of the crypto fortune was estimated at over $200 million USD.

Last year the notorious Lazarus Group was implicated in attacks on South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges. According to intelligence sources in Seoul, North Korean hackers have been involved in the cyberattack on Bithumb, the country’s largest crypto trading platform, which compromised personal data of more than 30,000 users.

Forced to deal with limited access to the global financial system, Pyongyang has been trying to also take advantage of the opportunities that come with cryptocurrencies in terms of unrestricted and anonymous transactions. The seriousness of the intentions of Kim Jong-un’s regime to develop the country’s potential in the space were confirmed by reports that Pyongyang University is conducting crypto courses.

What do you think about North Korea hosting a crypto-blockchain conference? Let us know in the comments section below.


The owner of cryptocurrency mining electric bicycle retailer, 50cycles, recently had his company’s accounts with HSBC and Barclays frozen within hours of transacting on peer-to-peer cryptocurrency trading platform, Locabitcoins.

HSBC and Barclays Freeze Accounts of 50cycles

Scott Snaith, the owner of cryptocurrency mining electric bicycle retailer, 50cycles, has sought to deter businesses from partnering with U.K. high street banks after his company was thrown into “chaos” following the freezing of his business’s accounts.

Mr. Snaith’s accounts were frozen by HSBC and Barclays just hours after he conducted five-figure BTC transactions via peer-to-peer trading platform Localbitcoins, in which he sold BTC for fiat currency that was deposited into his personal bank accounts, and not his company’s accounts. Mr. Snaith asserts that the transactions were “entirely transparent and above board,” adding that his trading partners were U.K. account holders with verified identification. Mr. Snaith stated that no explanation was offered for the account closures, describing himself as being the victim of “financial discrimination.”

“My two personal bank accounts and business account were frozen for using a well-known bitcoin trading site. No unlawful activity has taken place but just because the word ‘Bitcoin’ was mentioned my accounts were locked instantly. A ‘senior fraud advisor’ then closed my complaint off – leaving me with no choice but to take the issue to the Financial Ombudsman for appeal. This situation is a complete nightmare and the knock-on effects have been unbelievable. One of my staff left as they had just had a baby and couldn’t afford to be in a job that was unable to pay them, which isn’t surprising,” Mr. Snaith said.

HSBC Reinstates Account, Barclays Refuses

Whilst HSBC have reinstated Mr. Snaith’s account, Barclays maintained the freeze. Mr. Snaith stated: “I’ll never be able to bank with Barclays again. I’m a professional business owner taking advantage of new financial technologies and it looks like the banks are failing to keep up with their customers’ habits. We are the ones being punished. The banks are deliberately creating obstacles. They are anti-digital currency and displaying a new form of financial discrimination.”

“To me, this is a clear case of the high street banks abusing their power. It is not a criminal matter but a personal, corporate decision that someone has made. In my mind, that’s wholly wrong, and I am sure there are many other victims that are even less fortunate than myself,” he added.

What is your reaction to the freezing of 50cycles’ accounts? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!


China is reportedly witnessing a surge in peer-to-peer (P2P) cryptocurrency lending amid the country’s recent liquidity crunch and the virtual currency markets’ bear season. Despite regulatory uncertainty, entrepreneurs are reportedly eying opportunities in the nascent industry.

Peer-to-Peer Cryptocurrency Lending Gains Popularity in China During Bear Market

Chinese media outlet, Sohu, has published a report on the increasing proliferation of cryptocurrency lending platforms.

Zhang Le, described as a veteran of the cryptocurrency industry according to Sohu, stated: “At present, most of the market only recognizes two major currencies, Bitcoin and Ethereum. This business is currently earning interest.” Xu Lizhen described those lending through the platform as comprising long-term cryptocurrencies holders who aren’t interesting in trading the markets in the short term.

“This is just the need. When the currency is low, people who are speculating in the currency will definitely not be willing to sell the coins. Once they are short of money, they must find such platforms. The demand has formed this market,” Zhang Le said.

The media outlet cited industry insiders as estimating that there are currently more than twenty startups operating in the cryptocurrency loan industry.

Nascent Industry Emerging Despite Looming Regulatory Uncertainty

Sohu reports that insiders as described those launching operations in the P2P crypto loan industry as “harden[ing[ their swords,” emphasizing the risks posed by regulation – “the biggest variable in the field.”

According to a rough translation, Xu Lizhen of New Express stated: “The [cryptocurrency] industry is called to stop, the market has not stopped.” Xu Lizhen described the crypto lending platforms as offering cryptocurrency investors the opportunity to “solve [their] liquidity problems in the down phase,” stating that such accept larges “pledges [of] BTC [and] ETH,” and that the “cost is beautiful.”

Hu Jie of the Shanghai Institute of Advanced Finance stated: “currently, digital currency mortgage lending business mostly occurs only in the currency circle. One party has funds (or digital currency) to seek lending, and the other party lacks funds (or digital currency) to borrow. Digital assets can be used for mortgages, and such private trading behaviors can be allowed.” Hu Jie also emphad the potential contingencies associated with regulation, stating “if an entity specializes in this business and engages in this type of lending and financial management, it needs to have corresponding qualifications and conditions. Otherwise, it may be suspected of illegal lending and illegal business.”
Internet finance lawyer, Xiao Wei, stated: “This is a gray game. The essence is to solve the problem of asset liquidity or direct fundraising. But even in the gray industry, we must not adopt a market manipulation method. This will only bring the 266th fraud of the criminal law to our future. The risk of sin.”

Do you think that Chinese lawmakers will crack down on cryptocurrency lending? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.


He’s not flashy. He doesn’t post photographs of himself aboard yachts, arm-in-arm with scantily-clad groupies. A safe bet would be to assume he doesn’t own a sharkskin suit. Instead, his preference seems to be in the background, slightly obscured, faded almost. And yet he is arguably the most important man in cryptocurrency right now, and at least a most important man in crypto at the moment. 

Meet Bitmain’s Jihan Wu, a Most Important Man in Crypto

In recent years, and the last few months especially, it’s been getting harder for Jihan Wu to remain that background figure. Co-founder of Bitmain Technologies, a dominant mining player, Jihan Wu is a billionaire a few times over.

Indeed, Bitmain is doing billions in revenue each year, and it’s only been around for half a decade. Mr. Wu is himself just a tender 32 years old. Chances are, he is going to be a force in the space for some time to come.  

He’s openly admired by some, and downright hated by others. Whatever an enthusiast’s feeling towards Mr. Wu, they’ll all admit to him being an unavoidable fixture within the ecosystem. The China-based mogul and the company he founded with two others, including Micree Zhan, most notably helped to bring application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC) to the nascent field of mining. It turned out to be a genius move for Mr. Wu, a former financial analyst.

ASICs have become the world standard in bitcoin mining, leaving graphics processing units (GPUs) in the dust at some 300 times faster. That speed becomes critical as the bitcoin inflation rate slows and coins become more difficult to mine. Bitmain has positioned itself to take full advantage. Once an afterthought in the community, mining has been brought to the forefront by the work of Bitmain, easily cryptocurrency’s most profitable company.

Software, Hardware, Clouds

Bitmain and Mr. Wu have branched out beyond just chips and software, developing their own mining pool, Antpool, along with BTC.com. Depending on the time period and outlet studying Antpool’s block mining prowess, nearly a quarter of all Bitcoin blocks mined have gone through Antpool (that number balloons to 40% when combined with BTC.com). Bitmain has also crafted hardware for mining in the form of the Antminer (estimates have Bitmain in control of something like 80% of all mining gear), and continues to invest in the growing sector of cloud mining with Hashnest.

At his discovery of Bitcoin, Mr. Wu, so enamored with the technology, became the first person to translate Satoshi Nakamoto’s white paper into Chinese. Being from China and in China, especially considering the country’s government and its battles with crypto, just about every conceivable conspiracy has been placed at the feet of Mr. Wu and Bitmain.

Competitors have accused him and the company of shady tactics, including 51% attacks on rival chains, collusion to better situate Bitmain where it is less competitive, and other assorted underhanded deeds (all of which Mr. Wu angrily denies). His most controversial efforts are forever linked to the fork of Bitcoin Core (BTC) a year ago this month. Rendering Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Mr. Wu hasn’t alleviated fears in this regard. He is a vocal and very enthusiastic supporter of BCH.   

The growth rate of Bitmain under Mr. Wu’s leadership seems poised to move from relative obscurity in the formal financial sector with a record-shattering initial public offering (IPO). Estimates, and it’s all very preliminary, value the company at closing-in on ten billion dollars. This would place it ready to take on public rivals such as Nvidia and Mediatek should the IPO come to fruition.

Asked by Fortune in a recent interview about the future, Mr. Wu elaborated, “My priority is, first, that we will continue to invest a lot of resources into the research and R&D of mining rigs to make sure we maintain an advantage over other competitors, like Avalon. We will also invest into our vision about the future of a crypto market. We think that it will start to support the real world economy, and to build more than this financial market on the Internet. Bitmain will also start to deploy lots of artificial intelligence products into the market—a totally new business selling hardware to do artificial intelligence accelerations,” he stressed.

To reach IPO levels in the legacy financial world would mean coming out of the shadows, and opening up books and practices, not to mention dealing with regulators. Mining has been under a great deal of scrutiny from the likes of environmentalists to local municipal utility concerns, and regulators are chomping at the bit to intervene in players such as Bitmain. On this topic, Mr. Wu explained of regulators, “Our business is semiconductor design.

Circle [a U.S. cryptocurrency startup privately valued at $3 billion after Bitmain led its most recent financing round] has been much more experienced with regulators. That’s why Bitmain is interested in Circle as well. We see in the future that negotiating and working with regulators is quite important. We need to push those heavy regulations back a little bit. But we need to work with them, not just try to get around it.”

What are your thoughts about Bitmain and Jihan Wu? Share them in the comments section below.


Crypto markets spiked today, August 21, seeing notable gains amongst the top 100 coins in under an hour, as data from Coin360 shows.

Market visualization from Coin360
Total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies shot up over $12 billion in just over an hour to peak at $222.8 billion, before dropping slightly to $291.7 billion by press time.

1-day chart of the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies from CoinMarketCap
Bitcoin (BTC) had been trading sideways today around $6,400-$6,500 before seeing a sharp 5 percent spike in the space of just 45 minutes, peaking around $6,790. The leading cryptocurrency has since dropped slightly to trade around $6,715 at press time, stil up about 6.2 percent on the day.
Bitcoin’s 1-day price chart. Source: Cointelegraph Bitcoin Price Index

Bitcoin is also boasting almost 6 percent growth on the week, while on the month the coin is down almost 10 percent, according to Cointelegraph’s Bitcoin Price Index.

All except one of the top ten cryptocurrencies have seen major growth during today’s spike, each gaining 4 to 9 percent on the day to press time.
Amongst the top ten coins, EOS (EOS) has seen the most growth over the 24-hour period, up 8.7 percent and trading at $5.19.

In the top twenty coins, altcoin VeChain (VET) has seen the most significant growth on the day, up a whopping 18.67 percent to trade at $0.015.
As a some commentators pointed out on Twitter, the sharp upswing across crypto markets began just as leveraged crypto trading platform BitMEX announced it was halting trading for scheduled maintenance at 1:00 AM UTC.

Crypto persona and self-described “crypto prophet” Beastlorion posted a series of Twitter polls in the hours leading up to BitMEX’s scheduled shutdown suggesting that the move would affect Bitcoin’s price.

BitMEX is not listed on CoinMarketCap’s Bitcoin price and volume averages because, as the tracking service states on their site, “[t]he BTC/USD market on BitMEX is a derivatives market NOT actually spot trading Bitcoin. As a result, it has been excluded from the price and volume averages of Bitcoin.”

On its official website, BitMEX describes itself as a “Peer-to-Peer Trading Platform that offers leveraged contracts that are bought and sold in Bitcoin,” reporting daily trade volumes of $3.76 billion. At press time, CoinMarketCap also lists BitMEX’s total BTC/USD trade volumes over the past 24 hours at around $3.7 billion.
According to CoinMarketCap, currently the largest crypto exchange by daily trade volume is Binance, with around $1.12 billion in total trades of all pairs over the 24-hour period to press time.

At press time, BitMEX’s most recent tweet, posted two hours ago, announced that it would be resuming trading within minutes.


Cryptocurrency markets have been consolidating after a few volatile spikes and subsequent dumps over the last few weeks. Now a lot of crypto-traders are uncertain what will happen next, but quite a lot of people are showing pessimism by betting against cryptocurrencies like BTC with short positions. At the moment, BTC/USD short positions on Bitfinex are slowly approaching the all-time high that took place this past April.

BTC/USD Shorts Stack Up

Last April, BTC/USD short positions on Bitfinex reached a high of over 40,000 and now market shorts are climbing awfully close to that all-time high this August. At press time, there are39,039 shorts on Bitfinex which means one of two things will happen — Either the price will drop downwards following suit with the bear’s predictions, or the bulls are playing a trick and the price will spike upwards very quickly in a very fast short-squeeze. People who are shorting BTC/USD believe and are betting the price will go down in the near future.

Long positions on Bitfinex are less than shorts at the moment, but not too much lower as there are25,895 longs today on August 21. Traders playing long positions hope the BTC/USD price will replicate the action that took place last April when the price spiked fast and many got squeezed.

Waning Spot Volumes and a Lot of Money in Tether

There are two things that are also weighing heavily on traders: the lack of trade volume these days, and the amount of money in tether right now. BTC/USD trade volume has dropped significantly over the last few months and is around$3.7B over the last 24 hours. The lack of volume makes people leery of betting on a major rally as some traders think there’s not enough push to prime another bull-run.

However, the large amounts of funds in tether (USDT) right now gives people the reason to believe all that money will flow back into cryptocurrencies. Tether does have a lot of money as the currency now holds the 8th largest market capitalization amongst every coin on August 21. USDT has a market valuation of around$2.7B right now and optimistic traders believe a large portion of that money will be back soon.

Leveraged Betting Increases Exponentially as Traders Hope They Made the Right Choice  

Additionally, leverage trading on exchanges that allow traders to bet short or long has grown exponentially over the past two months. Exchanges that offer these trades, like Bitfinex and Bitmex, have seen significant trades volumes. Bitfinex is the third largest trading platform by volume today on August 21, with $280M USD worth of BTC swapped over the last 24 hours. Another example is the leverage trading platform Bitmex, which traded 1,041,748 BTC on July 24 shattering records by hitting a daily trade volume over $1B USD. Bitmex touched another volume high again by swapping 1,027,214 BTC on August 8.

This week markets have been a lot less volatile which is giving everyone the impression that something will change shortly, especially with all the shorts stacking up over the last seven days. BTC/USD prices are hovering above the support zone, the rough region where most traders believe is BTC’s bottom ($5,800). Either the bulls will get rejected and the support zone gets tested again or they surpass current resistance and move back towards the $8K range. One thing is for sure, traders are betting on this outcome feverishly and hoping they made the right choice.

Where do you see the prices headed from here? Are you short or long? Let us know in the comment section below.


In the high-profile Thai crypto fraud case involving an actor, Thailand’s central bank has clarified that the fraud is not related to cryptocurrency trading, but a general misuse of money. Thailand has recently legalized seven cryptocurrencies, authorized seven crypto firms, and the Bank of Thailand has green-lighted commercial banks’ subsidiaries for crypto activities.

Bank of Thailand’s Clarification

The current high-profile fraud case involving over 5,564 BTC has received much attention in Thai media. It involves a well-known soap actor and model, Jiratpisit Jaravijit, also known as “Boom”.
The Thai News Agency reported on August 20 that the Bank of Thailand (BOT) Governor, Mr. Veerathai Santiprabhob, has clarified that this fraud case is not about crypto trading. He pointed out that, as far as he knows, the scheme was not dependant on using cryptocurrencies. He emphad that in this case:
The money is used for the wrong purpose. It is not a fraud that occurred during crypto trading.
Mr. Veerathai continued to warn investors that crypto investing is risky due to price volatility, reminding them that they should understand the risks and only invest what they can afford to lose.

Further Development of the Case

This case involves a Finnish bitcoiner and his partner being duped into investing in fraudulent investments including tokens called dragon coins, as news.Bitcoin.com previously reported.

According to local media, the Thai police’s Crime Suppression Division (CSD) summoned eight scam suspects on Thursday. They were Boom, members of his family, two businessmen and a former soldier, the Bangkok Post detailed.

The publication also reported that “a ‘whale’ investor in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) and staff at up to three Thai banks are suspected of being complicit” in the fraud. Three of the country’s largest banks – Bangkok Bank, Siam Commercial Bank and Kasikornbank – were named. “All handled transactions involving part of the swindled money,” the publication noted and quoted the police explaining:
Police said several of the banks’ employees failed to report money transfers of 2 million baht [~US$61,040] or higher, a serious violation of bank rules. Staff are required to inform the Anti Money Laundering Office (Amlo) when sums of this value change hands.
Thailand has recently enacted its cryptocurrency regulations. The country’s main crypto regulator, the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has authorized seven crypto firms, five of which are crypto exchanges, to legally operate in the country. The regulator is also reviewing other applications. The seven cryptocurrencies that can be legally traded for the Thai baht are BTC, ETH, BCH, ETC, LTC, XRP, and XLM.

In addition, the SEC has revealed that about 50 initial coin offering (ICO) projects are seeking to launch, five ICO portals plan to open for business, and 20 crypto exchanges have applied for a license. Meanwhile, the Bank of Thailand has green-lighted subsidiaries of commercial banks to engage in crypto activities.

What do you think of the Bank of Thailand’s action? Let us know in the comments section below.


Crypto exchanges Gemini, Bitstamp, Bittrex, and bitFlyer USA have announced the creation of a self-regulatory organization for digital commodities, such as cryptocurrencies, Business Insider reports August 20.

The new group, dubbed “Virtual Commodity Association Working Group,” aims to help large-scale investors get more comfortable with the crypto market, work on formulating industry standards, and “be a precursor to the formation of a self-regulatory organization for digital commodities like [B]itcoin and [E]thereum” Business Insider reports.

The first meeting of the newly created association is set to take place in September this year. Business Insider quotes its source as explaining the kinds of problems the group wants to help solve:
“In equities, securities exchanges have their own organization to come up with common standards and jointly respond to declarations by regulators. The new group could serve as the equivalent for the crypto world by coming up with best practices for the industry, looking at ways to boost liquidity, and stamping out market manipulation.”
The Association has been founded by four U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchanges: bitFlyerGemini, which was established in 2014 by the Winklevoss brothers, Bitstamp, and a cryptocurrency exchange and wallet service Bittrex.

Meanwhile, one of the largest U.S. crypto exchanges Coinbase is not a part of the group, and has refused to comment on the initiative, Business Insider claims.

Earlier this summer, Winklevoss twins had won a patent for a system of exchange-traded products (ETPs) that could hold “digital assets” and “other products and/or services related to ETPs holding digital assets.”

Back in spring 2018, cryptocurrency exchange Gemini had announced its partnership with Nasdaqto monitor markets and mitigate the consequences of market manipulation, Cointelegraph reported April 25.

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