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Today in the digest:
- Turkey fined the Binance crypto exchange for a record amount. “Badly checked clients”
- Bitcoin is getting more expensive again. Review of fresh analytics, forecasts and warnings
- Siberian pensioners overdid their bitcoin mining: oblenergo promises round-ups
- CoinMarketCap named the most popular currency of the year. This is not Bitcoin
- Mexican billionaire wished his followers a Merry Christmas and advised them to buy BTC
- Expert: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation may prohibit operations with cryptocurrency through MCC
- Licensed crypto farms in Iran have gone without light. The country saves electricity in the winter season
- Founder of Cardano blockchain platform shared plans for next year
- Dogecoin is preparing a massive change: community staking , wallet and freedom for developers
- 7 crypto trends that will change the world in 2021 year. Special project “New Year with Incrypted”
In the new Metamask update, the developers have made an improved interface that allows users to monitor the value of your portfolio and assets across all your wallets and networks.
– Ability to view the value of your portfolio and assets across all your accounts
– More intuitive and easy-to-use interface
– Access to improved multi-network operation
Bitcoin is getting more expensive again. Review of fresh analytics, forecasts and warnings
Today we have to pay almost 20840 dollars. It rose 9.5% over the week and about 2% over 64 hours.
Ether costs 20472 dollars. This is 6.3% more than a week ago and about 1% more than yesterday.
Analysts believe that the main boom is yet to come. But now we need to be careful as the support level is not strong enough yet. We have a series of holidays ahead, so many traders will not be able to use their usual tools. In addition, there may be an imbalance between supply and demand.
Turkey has fined the Binance crypto exchange for a record amount. “Badly checked clients”
Turkish investigators have accused the Binance crypto exchange of violating AML rules.
Local laws require companies to verify a number of customer data – surname, date of birth, social insurance number, etc. If the client withdraws an amount over 14 12 lire, then you need to inform the tax authorities. In case a company notices suspicious activity, they should contact law enforcement agencies within 14 days.
According to journalists, now the exchange will pay the maximum possible administrative fine – 8 million Turkish liras (750 thousand dollars).
Siberian pensioners have overdone Bitcoin mining: oblenergo promises round-ups
The head of the open blockchain platform Joys, Andrey Mikhailishin, shared his opinion on the prohibition of cryptocurrencies in the Russian Federation. He believes that for this, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation may resort to blocking individual MCCs.
This is a four-digit code used by such payment systems as Visa and Mastercard. The MCC is needed to classify the type of business of the company when conducting a transaction from a debit card.
Operations with cryptocurrency are carried out according to the combination 6051. It is enough for the regulator to block it in order to deprive Russians of the opportunity to replenish their accounts and buy digital assets from bank cards.
Licensed crypto farms in Iran were left without light. The country saves electricity in the winter season
Managing Director of Iran Grid Management Company (Tavanir) Mostafa Rajabi Mashhadi announced changes in the procedure for distributing electricity in the country.
Iran is switching to economy mode ahead of the winter season. Licensed crypto farms are among the hardest hit by the restrictions.
A similar situation was in May this year. Then the crypto-farms were completely closed, albeit temporarily.
The restrictions were re-introduced in the summer against the background of the growing BTC hash rate. Then the government was also forced to cut off the power supply to the farms in order to avoid disruptions in residential areas.
Iran will switch to economy mode before the winter season. Licensed mining companies are among the hardest hit by the restrictions. Tavanir believed that the suspension of miners’ work would reduce the risk of emergency power outages in winter.