Daily Crypto News Digest: 7 hot news for 7/02/2018

E-Coin outperforms bitcoin in terms of gains

Being a proof-of-stake-based fully decentralized digital currency, E-Coin has enjoyed considerable revenues for the last time. Recently it has managed to gain up to 332.22%. When opting for this unique interest-bearing asset investors can count on a 120% annual return. Read more


Folks are even prone to going broke to purchase bitcoin

Approximately, 20% of users owning digital currencies, including bitcoin, found themselves in a tough situation – they went heavily in debt. It was caused by their strong desire to purchase this popular crypto asset. It follows from a poll of more than 3,000 respondents conducted by CoinDesk in January. Read more


Fresh ADB.Miner malware threatens Android gadgets

A new malware dubbed ADB.Miner is capable of infecting various Android devices such TV sets, smartphones and tablets. The key purpose of the virus is to mine digital currencies. That’s what Cybersecurity, Chinese company reported on February 6. Read more


Bitcoin is currently accepted by OpenBazaar

On Wednesday, OpenBazaar, decentralized market place informed that it had already started accepting bitcoin cash. In addition to this, OB1 is on the verge of integrating its own token a bit later this year. Read more


Liquid M Capital LLC is acquired by Templum

Liquid Markets Group’s broker-dealer as well as alternative trading system dubbed Liquid M Capital LLC has been acquired by Templum, blockchain startup. The newly-acquired platform gives users an excellent opportunity to trade crypt assets in full compliance with American securities regulations. Read more


Mario Draghi: European financial instructions aren’t enthusiastic about digital currencies

Mario Draghi, ECB Governor told that the EU’s financial institutions don’t happen to be very enthusiastic about crypto assets, unlike ordinary people, residing in the bloc. Draghi pointed out that EU banks are reluctant to drastically increase their holding of digital currencies even despite an extremely high level of public interest to such assets. Partly it can be explained by high risks and unpredictable volatility typical to such currencies. However, the lack of an adequate supervisory framework might be the decisive factor for EU banks. Read more


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