Category: Bitcoin Regulation

India’s Warren Buffet says Bitcoin hangover will be worse than the party

India’s Warren Buffet says Bitcoin hangover will be worse than the party

The man known as India’s Warren Buffet is eager for a blanket ban on all cryptocurrencies and believes the Bitcoin “party” will result in a terrible hangover for investors. 8329 Total views 21 Total shares The billionaire investor known as India’s Warren Buffet, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, has voiced his support for India’s impending cryptocurrency ban, warning […]

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India crypto ban is like banning internet, says former Coinbase CTO

India crypto ban is like banning internet, says former Coinbase CTO

Former Coinbase chief technology officer Balaji Srinivasan has warned that India’s impending ban on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies would be like banning the “financial internet.” 7727 Total views 28 Total shares Former Coinbase chief technology officer Balaji Srinivasan thinks India’s impending cryptocurrency ban would be akin to banning the internet and could cost the country […]

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Diginex’s EQUOS exchange eyes liquidity boost with GSR partnership

Diginex’s EQUOS exchange eyes liquidity boost with GSR partnership

Diginex’s CEO says the partnership promotes his vision of creating a safe, reputable, conflict-free trading environment for crypto assets. 1726 Total views 23 Total shares Diginex, the Singapore-based operator of the EQUOS cryptocurrency exchange, has entered into a strategic partnership with GSR Markets aimed at enhancing liquidity for its perpetual futures products and spot pairs. […]

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Harvard crypto skeptic calls Bitcoin a ‘hedge against dystopia’

Harvard crypto skeptic calls Bitcoin a ‘hedge against dystopia’

Harvard professor Kenneth Rogoff says that he doesn’t see Bitcoin succeeding, barring extenuating circumstances. 12319 Total views 47 Total shares Often touted as a store of value or hedge asset, Bitcoin (BTC) has gained significant mainstream adoption over the past several months. Kenneth Rogoff, a public policy and economics professor at Harvard University, doubts the […]

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