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Friday News Roundup

 Top News from Tuesday to Today

Which PoS is Hyperactive in China? A Quick Look at Current Market Sentiment on Ethereum, Polkadot, Cosmos, Near and Solana. http://bit.ly/2FVA6Jl

The Most Profitable Mining Machines Year To Date. http://bit.ly/2QWbKp7

New guidance from the umbrella group for Canadian securities regulators indicates that many of the country’s crypto exchanges will fall under national securities laws. http://bit.ly/2FZ2ni3

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  Exchange News
 

KyberSwap, currently the second-largest non-custodial cryptocurrency exchange by market share, is moving out of Malta to the British Virgin Islands, in response to EU 5AMLD regulations. http://bit.ly/371JXcg

Binance Exchange plan to restrict access to Japan Residents at an unspecified later date, but has just announced it has also partnered with Yahoo! Japan subsidiary and local crypto exchange TaoTao to operate a licensed platform in the country. http://bit.ly/2u4UWmI

Binance DEX could soon list FTX leveraged tokens for bitcoin and others. http://bit.ly/2FYcdRj

Bithumb exchange moves to court, seeking to nullify massive tax payment of over $69M. http://bit.ly/2FZCiPG

Upbit Resumes Ethereum Deposit and Withdrawal Services Using a New Wallet System. http://bit.ly/2TxHuCG

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Investments

Banxa, a full-service internationally compliant fiat-to-crypto gateway solution, closed USD $2 million Series A investment round, led by NGC Ventures. http://bit.ly/2NA3JEd

NEO has made an investment in Switcheo, the Blockchain’s Top DEX. http://bit.ly/2NzjDyr

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Coins

Canadian digital asset broker Voyager Digital has announced support for three new stablecoins on its platform, including Tether and Circle’s USDC. http://bit.ly/371KTNJ

Bitcoin-Like Digital Asset Ranks Fourth Among Chinese Investor’s Favorite Investment Products. http://bit.ly/2ubP4rJ

🧳 Business
 

As the U.S. and Iran step back from the brink of war, it comes as a temporary relief to bitcoin miners in the oil-rich country. http://bit.ly/2RnSAYa

⚖️Regulations


Thai Officials to Investigate Alleged Cryptocurrency Pyramid Scheme: http://bit.ly/2TyQ7ga

The Securities Commission Malaysia published detailed guidelines for the digital asset industry, mandating token sales on initial exchange offering (IEO) platforms. http://bit.ly/3ahsnTL

Singaporean Mark Cheng, a crypto consultant, was recently kidnapped in Thailand and tortured for a $740,000 ransom in Bitcoin. http://bit.ly/2FXPwNe

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