by cointelegraph 07/24/2018
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Five prominent individuals in the cryptocurrency space have been named in Fortune’s 40 under 40 — putting crypto among the world’s business leaders.
Cryptocurrencies have turned out to be the lifeline hotels in Iran were looking for after the severe American sanctions on the country’s banking system. A Saving Grace In what looks like a definitive proof of the intrinsic value of cryptocurrencies and their immutable nature, Iranian hotels have purportedly begun accepting digital currencies. My friend is...
The operator of two now-defunct cryptocurrency services – BitFunder and WeExchange – has pleaded guilty on charges of securities fraud and obstruction of justice. Jon Montroll, 37, also known as Ukyo, has pleaded guilty to securities fraud and obstruction of justice in front of the U.S. Magistrate Judge James Cott in Manhattan according to Reuters. Sneaky Moves According to the prosecutors, Montroll, who is from Saginaw, Texas, operated the cryptocurrency storage and exchange service WeExchange