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If you are getting into the space to make a quick buck, you better know how to earn that quick buck. If, on the other hand, you are in it for a long-term gain (and most likely some loss), you need to understand how the market works, especially as it pertains to exchanges.
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), however, is limited by its legal regulatory reach of securities only, according to Carlson Tong Ka-shing, the outgoing chairman. Outgoing SFC Chairman Says Ban on Cryptocurrency Trading “Will Not Work in Today’s Internet World” In his last interview before leaving the SFC, Ka-shing told the South China Morning Post that a ban on cryptocurrency trading “will not work in today’s internet world when trading can cross national boundaries. Even if we were to ban them, transactions can still be easily conducted via platforms in overseas markets.”
There are a lot of interest in Amazon and Cryptocurrency words together. People are wondering what will be the move of Amazon with buying domains. Is Amazon (AMZN) Gearing Up for a Cryptocurrency Exchange? In an article, ValueWalk.com reporter Maj Soueidan suggests Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) could be “gearing up for cryptocurrency exchanges” following reports the company has registered names related to cryptocurrencies. The domans include: amazonethereum.com, amazoncryptocurrency.com, amazoncryptocurrencies.com.
A cryptocurrency exchange is a crucial ingredient since it provides a way for traders and investors to have a share of the ever-growing cryptocurrency market. However, the best cryptocurrency exchange depends widely on the services and features.
With Japan accounting for roughly 60% of the global crypto transactions, the rest of the world is practically miles away from catching up. However, when we try to widen that net to establish where everyone else stands, you would be surprised to see the nations that have rapidly grown their crypto adoption activity over the last few years. And some of them are now among the hottest hubs for crypto startups.
Southeast Asia will purportedly see its first fiat-to-cryptocurrency exchange launching in Singapore. The venue is intended to make digital currencies more accessible to both consumers and businesses. he first fiat-to-cryptocurrency exchange will launch in Singapore, attempting to facilitate easier entry to the cryptocurrency market for both businesses and consumers. EurekaPro, as the exchange is dubbed, has already launched an open public beta which reportedly has over 8,000 signed up in the first week.