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Kazakhstan to reportedly allow banks to process crypto purchases

The Kazakhstan government is reportedly planning to officially authorize local banking institutions to open bank accounts for cryptocurrency transactions.Several banks in Kazakhstan will soon be officially approved to service companies and businesses providing exposure to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), local news channel Khabar 24 reported Sunday.Citing executives from the Data

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CoinZoom Tackles Obstacles Undermining Crypto Adoption by Embracing Financial Services in Fresh Format

Besides remittance services, CoinZoom features five different CoinZoom Visa cards, depending on the amount of ZOOM you hold in your wallet.To help accelerate the widespread acceptance of cryptocurrencies, CoinZoom is continuously adding new services, including crypto Visa debit cards, crypto remittance services, an institutional-grade trading platform, and much more.Fully-Licensed Services

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Blockchain Australia Submits Crypto Regulatory Recommendations to Parliament

Blockchain Australia, a leading crypto advocacy group, has written to the Australian government stating three key recommendations that it believes would expand the growing blockchain industry. Safe Harbor for Crypto-Asset Providers The crypto organization submitted its recommendation to the country’s Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre on

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Here’s how much Musk and Saylor’s tweets influenced crypto prices in Q2

Elon Musk and Michael Saylor played a significant role in shaping crypto investor sentiment during the second quarter, underscoring just how nascent digital asset investing remains when compared with other, more established markets. Sentiment-driven analysis from The TIE and eToro USA reveals the extent to which Musk and Saylor impacted Bitcoin

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Blockchain Australia calls the state for crypto safe harbor

Blockchain Australia, a major association representing the local cryptocurrency industry, has officially introduced its crypto regulation recommendations to the federal government.The association filed a submission to the Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre last Friday, calling the government to provide a safe harbor for local crypto

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