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Huobi MENA Launches AI Trading Service

Huobi MENA, the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia branch of the Huobi Group, announced on Thursday that it is launching an artificial intelligence-based (AI) trading solution. The new solution will be launched in conjunction with AI Trader – a company that offers AI-based trading to clients.

Should you invest in cryptocurrency and ICOs?

With a ten-fold increase in the value of Bitcoin over the past year, the increasing stabilisation of so-called "altcoins" like Ethereum and Ripple, and the exploding Initial Coin Offering (ICO) market, it's a boom time for cryptocurrency.

25% of ‘affluent’ millennials hold cryptocurrency: report

A full quarter of affluent American millennials are using or holding cryptocurrency. That’s among the findings in the Millennials with Money report from Edelman. The survey defines affluent millennials as aged 24-38, making $100,000 in individual or joint income, or having $50,000 in investable assets. An additional 31% are interested in using cryptocurrency.

IT Firm Fujitsu Builds Blockchain Trial Infrastructure for Nine Japanese Banks

Aiming to “confirm the viability of blockchain technology,” the trial of the platform is being orchestrated by the Japanese Banks' Payment Clearing Network, also known as Zengin-Net, a press release confirmed.

Quidax Exchange Launches Blockchain And Cryptocurrency Education Operations In Nigeria

A cryptocurrency exchange based in Europe, Quidax, has launched its digital asset exchange in Nigeria, aiming to educate the residents about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The exchange will allow users to buy and sell six cryptocurrencies, which include Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ripple. The platform will, however, expand to support more than 20 digital currencies within the next three months.

A Decentralized Bitcoin Exchange That's Almost Decentralized

Of all the cryptocurrency projects describing themselves as "decentralized exchanges" (DEXs), Bisq may live up to the description better than most. Operating since 2016, when it was originally called Bitsquare, the Bisq DEX runs directly on the user's computer, rather than a hosted site, as many of the self-described DEXs currently do. And while DEXs like Airswap and Everbloom are operated by startups, Bisq is a strictly open source project developed by a grassroots collective.

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