Crypto Startup Bcause Will Use Nasdaq’s Trading Surveillance Technology

The cryptocurrency startup Bcause LLC has decided to use Nasdaq’s technology to improve its market, trading and clearing surveillance. The information was announced on March 13 by the company in a press release. In this way, the firm will monitor its markets for manipulative activities. Bcause Starts Using Nasdaq’s Technology Bcause markets will be operating on top of the Nasdaq […]

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The Daily: Blockchain Surveillance vs Privacy Protocols

The battle for privacy is ramping up. Every day, in the cryptocurrency space, we learn of increased blockchain surveillance, countered by the efforts of privacy protocol developers. We’ve got stories from both sides of the divide in this episode of The Daily, plus a “bitcoin mansion” that’s up for sale. Also read: Blockchain Surveillance Firm Partners With Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance Flagging […]

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Bank of Korea Calls for Tight Surveillance to Tackle ‘Kimchi Premium’ in Crypto Markets | BTCMANAGER

The Bank of Korea officials have raised concerns regarding the possible resurfacing of ‘Kimchi Premium,’ a difference in cryptocurrency prices in the South Korean exchanges vis-à-vis foreign exchanges. Per a report by Yonhap News, on September 11, 2018, the BOK has tightened its strings around this price differential asking for closer surveillance. Fears of Kimchi Rise The central bank of […]

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Faceter Announces Surveillance ICO – Blockchain News

Faceter, the first facial recognition surveillance technology built on the blockchain, has announced the details of its initial coin offering (ICO): a presale starts Feb 1, with a crowdsale running March 10 to April 30 2018. Faceter uses a fog network of miners to analyze video content in real time and evaluate faces, objects and events. Fog architecture is employed […]

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