• Crypto donation platform launch
    Education,  People

    Crypto donation platform seeks to help charities regain trust, boost funds, attract young donors

    GiveSafely.io aims to entice younger consumers to start donating—spurred on by research suggesting they’re more open to being approached by good causes

    A big challenge that’s often associated with charitable giving lies in how well-intentioned consumers can end up being bombarded with calls and emails afterward. GiveSafely.io aims to change this by ensuring their data is secured on the Ardor blockchain—and confidential information is only passed on with the donor’s consent.

  • CAIS and Galaxy Digital partnership
    Cryptocurrencies,  Education

    Galaxy Digital to school financial advisors on digital assets

    Some advisors struggle to answer clients’ questions about cryptocurrencies and blockchain authoritatively. A new partnership between investment platform CAIS and the crypto merchant bank wants to help

    Some advisors struggle to answer clients’ questions about cryptocurrencies and blockchain authoritatively. A new partnership between investment platform CAIS and the crypto merchant bank wants to help

  • CoinDCX launches learning platform
    Education,  Regulation

    As India opens crypto market, exchange entices with education

    Despite reports that reimposing a ban is under consideration, there’s a lot of excitement in the country, and the CoinDCX exchange wants to use learning to tap into it

    India’s cryptocurrency market has gingerly started to ramp up activity after the Supreme Court overturned a controversial ban in March that prohibited banks from dealing with exchanges.

  • Crypto Must-Reads
    Cryptocurrencies,  Education

    Crypto Must-Reads for June 26, 2020

    These Are the Crypto Stories You Should Be Following: Is Greyscale cornering BTC; will governments ban “real money” crypto; A malware botnet is getting its marching orders from messages hidden in the Bitcoin blockchain; AML BitCoin creator busted for… wait for it… money laundering!

    Crypto investment firm Grayscale has accumulated 3.4% of all bitcoins and is still buying voraciously, leading to concerns it will corner the market. Jim Rogers, a one-time George Soros partner, thinks governments will drive crypto underground if they become widely usable as cash, and current Jack Abramoff partner is finding out the hard way not to work on anti-money laundering tech (AML BitCoin in this case) with someone convicted of fraud and corruption. The Glupteba bot-net doesn’t get instruction directly, but by scanning Bitcoin’s blockchain for hidden clues.