African countries want to regulate cryptocurrency, but hardly any one wants to take the lead in responding to the meteoric rise of this technology and asset class. That’s according to a new report from the Togo-based Ecobank, the leading independent regional banking group that serves nearly 40 countries in West and Central Africa. The report,CCN
08/11/2018 / 19:33:17
A report published by the pan-African bank, Ecobank Transnational Inc., has found that despite cryptocurrencies exerting a notable presence in each of the 36 African countries in which the company operates, only South Africa and Swaziland have adopted a “generally favorable and permissive [regulatory] stance” pertaining to cryptocurrencies. Also Read: The ICO Market Has Hit the […]Bitcoin News.
08/10/2018 / 07:25:38
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As part of their corporate responsibility, private firms take steps of supporting policies in high-income countries that will make it easier for poor people and poor countries to share in the benefits of globalization—policies such as easing barriers to market access for poor countries and increasing foreign aid. Ventures on the blockchain are enabling the same access, thereby dissipating effects of economic monopolies by removing geographical boundaries.Earth Nation has released the EarthCycle (ECE) Coin on a decentralized platform backed by the exponential growth rate of real world business revenues. How important is EarthCycle to the world’s booming population?The post PR: EarthCycle (ECE) Coin Dissipates Effects of Economic Monopolies via a Decentralized Funding Pool appeared first on Bitcoin News.
07/24/2018 / 17:30:57
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