Key Facts Of The Day 27.06.2018
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Facebook Revises Crypto Ad Ban

With the newly updated policy, starting from June 26 Facebook will allow cryptocurrency related ads from approved sources. However, the announcement says clearly that ICOs are still not permitted to advertise. Now, advertisers must fill an application form for Facebook to confirm the eligibility of the ad and declare what kind of content (cryptocurrency product and services, education, or industry news) they are advertising as well as providing their business details.

Malta to Pass 3 Crypto Bills

Maltese Parliament to pass Second Reading on 3 Cryptocurrency Bills. Normative documents will contribute to strengthening the country's position, which is now considered one of the most friendly jurisdictions for cryptocurrency business. Also, new regulations are designed to eliminate legal uncertainty and improve the investment climate in the country.

Zcash - Full Steam Ahead

Zcash - a self-proclaimed anonymous cryptocurrency, has successfully upgraded to ‘Overwinter’ in what is the cryptocurrencies first hardfork. Just after the arrival of ‘Overwinter’, Zcash has published a proposed two-year roadmap on its website. It highlights a set of deliverables, which were determined after the evaluation of the recommendations aimed at improving the usability, innovation, sustainability, and decentralization.

Cryptoexchange Bitkoex Disclose Client Information

An employee of the South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bitkoex has shared on an unencrypted group chat containing private information on 19 company’s clients, putting around $650,000 worth of digital currency at risk. The shared information contained the amount of (KRM) Karma cryptocurrency held on each exposed 19 accounts, user’s email addresses, private keys and wallet addresses. Bitkoex however, says that the information was shared due to a mistake and that all assets were immediately transferred to a cold wallet, adding that nothing was lost.

Philippines Will Open Regulated ICO Zone

Special economic zone in the north of Philippines - the country that converts around $40 million of cryptocurrency per month, will start allowing the creation of asset-backed ICOs – initial coin offerings for the blockchain-based projects. Through this initiative, the government looks to combat fraud and Ponzi schemes.

At 15.00 (GMT+1) total cryptocurrency market capitalization stands at $245,80 billion

Bitcoin (Bitcoin) $6 113 (-1,47%)

Ethereum (ETH/USD) $434 (-3,30%)

Ripple (XRP/USD) $0,46 (-2,99%)

Bitcoin Cash (Bitcoin.Cash) $706 (-4,48%)

EOS (EOS/USD) $7,71 (-3,83%)

Monaco (+13,59%) showed the best growth in the top-100

Market Dynamics

The trading volume of cryptocurrencies for 24 hours reached $11,20 billion (-6,6 billion per day)

Mining Profitability

BTC $2,9 for 10 TH/s

ETH $0,32 for 10 MH/s

BCH $0,29 for 1 TH/s

LTC $3,6 for 1 GH/s

DASH $0,13 for 1 GH/s

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Expected ICOs:

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By Nadya Astam

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