Binance is rolling out margin trading for all users as part of the newest version of its exchange called “Binance 2.0.”
CryptoCurrency News from around the World and beyond. This section focuses on what is happening with cryptocurrency now. So that is things like countries embracing or rejecting cryptos, price milestones for Bitcoin and Alts, new ICOs, upcoming forks, etc.
Binance will restrict access to its exchange for US customers starting Sept 12th 2019. Customers can keep their coins on Binance after the cutoff, but won’t be able to trade.
Since the KIN token swap deadline was June 12th, 2019, logically speaking the old ERC20 KIN should now be worthless.
Atlantis is an upcoming hard fork for Ethereum Classic. The fork is currently planned for block height #8,500,000 (subject to change).
Bancor, a “DEX,” is following the lead of many others and geoblocking the US. Bancor will restrict all US users from trading.
According to a recent press release, MoneyGram and Ripple will partner to allow MoneyGram to utilize Ripple’s xRapid product for cross-border payments.
Facebook released details of its Libra cryptocurrency via the Libra White Paper. Libra is stable coin with near zero fees meant to allow for quick, cheap, and stable global transactions.
The following coins are all potentially going to be geoblocked by US exchanges. Meaning US customers won’t be able to trade these coins on major exchanges.
Exchanges are proactively blocking US customers from being able to trade coins that had ICOs. This is a preemptive move to protect themselves from unclear US regulations.
The Block has revealed all of the partners of “Project Libera” (the code name of Facebook’s crypto).