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Macquarie Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships

Scholarship value/duration/inclusions: The scholarship amount is varied up to AUD$10,000  and will be applied towards your tuition fee.  It is not renewable. The scholarships DO NOT provide financial support in the form of a living allowance, nor does it provide for the cost of visa application, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), airfares, accommodation, conferences or …

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Trading Tip `The Wall´ – Bitcoin Dominance On The Rise

In the cryptocurrency market today, there’s a wide variety of investors. But it wasn’t always like that. Between 2010-2016, the landscape was pretty uncomplicated. On a high level, there were only two distinct categories: 1, The ones who measured their wealth in fiat; 2, The ones who measured their wealth in …

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Class Action Complaint Accuses Coinbase of ‘Insider Trading’

A class action lawsuit was filed against Coinbase this past Thursday on March 1 accusing the exchange of ‘insider trading’ for the bitcoin cash launch last December. The complaint filed by the plaintiff is demanding a jury trial for losses incurred on behalf of himself and the other customers involved. …

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Major Pawnshop Network in Ukraine Launching Cryptocurrency-Secured Loans

Pawn Shops Offer Crypto-Secured Loans Founded in November 1992, Skarbnytsya claims to be “the first and largest non-state [network of] pawnshops in Kiev and Ukraine.” According to its website, the company has “millions of customers,” 1,200 employees, and currently operates more than 300 pawn shops, with “the highest standards in …

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New Malaysian Cryptocurrency Regulation Come Into Effect

New Malaysian AML/CFT Guidelines for Cryptocurrencies Aim to “Increase […] Transparency” Bank Negara Malaysia’s stated policy objective is to “ensure that effective measures are in place against money laundering and terrorism financing risks associated with the use of digital currencies,” in addition to “increas[ing] the transparency of digital currency activities in Malaysia.” …

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$500 Million Has Been Mistakenly Sent to Ethereum’s Genesis Address

The Genesis Address That Keeps on Getting Atheism and tech-savviness are synonymous, yet when it comes to cryptocurrencies, the religious undertones are strong. From the schisms caused by hard forks to the opposing dogma espoused by big and little blockers, crypto is basically god for geeks. As news.Bitcoin.com previously reported, people have …

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$500 Million Has Been Mistakenly Sent to Ethereum’s Genesis Address

The Genesis Address That Keeps on Getting Atheism and tech-savviness are synonymous, yet when it comes to cryptocurrencies, the religious undertones are strong. From the schisms caused by hard forks to the opposing dogma espoused by big and little blockers, crypto is basically god for geeks. As news.Bitcoin.com previously reported, people have …

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This Week in Bitcoin: Courtroom Drama

Crypto Goes to Court The biggest winners in cryptocurrency this week seem to be the lawyers – unless you’re one of the attorneys the SEC is reportedly chasing for issuing dubious advice to ICOs. The number of crypto startups subpoenaed by the SEC could be anywhere from a dozen to …

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