In early 2018, when the price of Bitcoin (BTC) first dropped from $20,000 to $6,000 and recovered to $11,000, the majority of traders and investors were still highly optimistic in the short-term price movement of the dominant cryptocurrency. Respected entrepreneurs Read More
New report says e-Government procurement can benefit from blockchain usage The post Blockchain Can Reshape Global e-Government Procurement, Say World Bank Experts appeared first on bitcoinmining.shop.
Less than half of Chilean citizens are aware of cryptocurrencies, most of them aged between 18 and 34 The post Only 39 Percent of Chileans Are Aware of Cryptocurrencies, Study Shows appeared first on bitcoinmining.shop.
Almost two-thirds of those taking Malta’s Virtual Financial Asset (VFA) agent certification have failed, despite examiners’ last-minute changes to ease the marking scheme The post Malta: Two-Thirds Fail Crypto Agent Exam Despite Authorities’ Attempts to Ease Process appeared first on Read More
Around 200 deputies kept Algeria’s parliament locked up for several hours on Tuesday in a protest action to press demands for the house speaker to step down, AFP reported. Speaking to AFP, the head of parliament’s foreign affairs committee, Abdelhamid Read More
To stimulate more thorough tax filings, Japan is looking to ease crypto reporting mechanisms The post Japanese Taxation Committee Seeks to Simplify Cryptocurrency Tax Reporting appeared first on bitcoinmining.shop.
Former US Defense Attaché to Russia Brigadier General Peter Zwack has said that Israel is to destroy the S-300 defence system offered by Russia to Syria, Al-Wattan Voice reported yesterday. Zwack said: “At the end, the time when the Israeli planes target S-300 Read More
Hundreds of olive trees and vines were found destroyed on Sunday on land belonging to five different villages in the West Bank, reported Haaretz, citing Palestinians and Israeli human rights groups. According to the paper, “in at least four of Read More
A cemetery at a Christian monastery near the central Israeli town of Beit Shemesh, near Jerusalem, has been vandalised, reported Haaretz, with some 30 headstones found smashed yesterdy. According to the paper, “this is the second time that the cemetery Read More
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas yesterday met with the leadership of liberal Zionist advocacy group J Street at his headquarters in Ramallah, reported the Times of Israel. Abbas welcomed the delegation, led by J Street Executive Director Jeremy Ben Ami, Read More