Author: Anatol Antonovici

Will China Adopt Blockchain for its Social Credit System? –

They said blockchain would bring freedom by challenging world governments and greedy financial institutions. But what if blockchain is the ideal tool to enable totalitarianism? What if China Moves its Social Credit System to Blockchain? A few weeks ago, Chinese Read More

Is Binance Trying to Become Crypto Standard for the World?

Crypto exchange Binance has taken some major steps in setting new standards for cryptocurrency services. Adding support for the Ukrainian national currency, signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Ukrainian government, and implementing a cryptographic protocol for distributed key Read More

China’s Blockchain, Tech Stocks Surge on Xi’s Comments –

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pro-blockchain comments were credited as the main reason behind the crypto market rally that has defied all expectations since last Friday. However, Xi’s remarks also benefited local tech firms. Shenzhen Tech Index Up to Highest Level Read More

Binance 125X Leverage Sparks Criticism From Community –

Crypto exchange Binance announced that its recently launched futures trading platform would offer BTC/USDT contracts with up to 125:1 leverage. Use With Caution Starting from today, Binance Futures allows investors to trade with up to 125x margin and pick any Read More

Texas State Securities Board Charges Two Suspicious Crypto Firms

The Texas State Securities Board announced on Wednesday that it had completed the second regulatory crackdown on cryptocurrency services. The regulator’s Enforcement Division required two allegedly fake crypto firms to cease their activities. Bogus Crypto Firms Mislead Investors The Austin-based Read More

Bayern Munich Partners with Stryking for Blockchain-Based Collectibles

Bayern Munich, Germany’s most successful football club, has partnered with the blockchain-oriented venture of fan engagement firm, Stryking Entertainment. Blockchain-Based Collectibles on Bayern Players According to the agreement, Stryking, which is itself a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Animoca Brands – Read More