Industry Watch 05 March, 2018 – 04:19

Nami | Daily Crypto News 05.03.2018

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Forbes: International Music DJ, Gareth Emery, Brings Blockchain Project To Music Industry

DJ Gareth Emery talks revolutionizing the music industry, by introducing blockchain technology and cryptocurrency into a project named Choon.

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Coin Telegraph: VC Investments In Blockchain Companies On Track To Exceed 2017’s Numbers

Venture capital fundraising for Blockchain companies is set to exceed that of last year, having already reached 40 percent of 2017’s numbers in just two months.

Coin Telegraph: PayPal Is Seeking Faster Crypto Payments Tech

A patent application by PayPal proposes launching instantaneous transactions by transferring private keys rather than cryptocurrencies.


Coin Telegraph: Yandex Study Shows Rising Interest In Crypto By Kazakhstanis

A Yandex study has shown that Kazakhstanis are increasingly searching online for terms related to cryptocurrency.


Coin Telegraph: Quebec: ‘We’re Not Interested’ In Bitcoin Mining Without ‘Added Value’

Bitcoin mining companies looking to set up in Quebec are facing criticism from the government electric board owner.

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Coin Telegraph: Russian Vice-Minister: Government Needs Blockchain Platform Focused On Stability

Vice-Minister of Russian communications ministry says government would require a separate, internally developed Blockchain platform which does not involve mining in order for Blockchain technology to be adopted at the government level.

Bangkok Post: Thailand Regulators to meet for ICO framework

The Finance Ministry, the Bank of Thailand, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Anti-Money Laundering Office are scheduled to meet on Tuesday to create a clearer regulatory framework to supervise initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrencies.

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Coin Telegraph: Belgian Tax Authority To Search For Taxpayers Using Foreign Crypto Exchanges

The Belgian tax authority has said it will begin looking for Belgian tax payers that use foreign crypto exchanges to enforce their tax obligations.


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