Unicef Australia Creates In-Browser Crypto Mining Website

The Australian department of children’s charity Unicef has created a novel way to raise funds using in-browser cryptocurrency mining. Their ‘HopePage‘ was launched today which allows visitors to opt in to digital currency mining, choosing how much processing power they want to donate to the cause. Unicef’s HopePage Uses Computer Processing Power to Fundraise The

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Japanese Regulator Pressures Exchanges to Drop Privacy Coins

Japanese Regulator Pressures Exchanges to Drop Privacy CoinsJapan’s Financial Services Agency, tasked with monitoring the country’s cryptocurrency exchanges, has quietly been pressuring platforms to delist privacy coins. Coincheck has already done so in the wake of the $400 million NEM hack. If fellow exchanges follow suit, it could signal the beginning of the end for privacy coins such as zcash and monero […]

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Japan’s FSA Is Pressuring Exchanges to Drop Cryptocurrencies Favoured by Criminals

Japan’s financial watchdog is applying pressure to local digital currency exchanges to drop cryptocurrencies such as Monera, Zcash, and Dash, according to a report. Altcoins Favoured by Criminals In a report from Forbes, sources close to the the Financial Services Agency (FSA), which approves licenses to digital currency exchanges, claim that the agency is taking

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