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  • Almost 4 million bitcoins disappeared forever.


    According to recent studies conducted by Chainanalysis, which studies the Bitcoin system, the location of 3.79 million bitcoins is not known. Such coins are defined as lost and do not show themselves in the market. The analysis does not determine the exact number of lost units: the company names the figure from 2, 78 million to 3, 79 million.

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  • Scammers from South Korea, under the pretext of crypto-currency investments, collected $ 38 million from the elderly.


    According to reports of the local police of one of the South Korean provinces, they recently detained a criminal group consisting of 7 people, who specialized in crimeware under the pretext of investing in digital currencies. This group provided its services as a company to attract investment in the crypto currency, and the main clients of the "company" were elderly people who are not strongly oriented in gaining access to the market of crypto-currencies. 

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  • In Morocco digital currency was banned.


    The main financial regulator of Morocco yesterday published a decision to completely prohibit all activities related to turnover, exchange and investment associated with digital currency. According to the official announcement of the Foreign Exchange Office, since Tuesday all types of crypto-currency transactions have been officially banned from the country.

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  • Belarus expects the legalization of digital currencies.


    At present, the Belarus' crypto-currency community is awaiting the signing by the president of several significant normative acts in the field of digital currency. These legislative acts are designed to legalize in the country operations related to digital currencies and their interchange for fiat funds. 

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