Just recently news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Zimbabwe-based exchange Golix filing a lawsuit over the recent Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) ‘cryptocurrency ban’ that was issued in a financial guidance circular earlier this month. Now, according to numerous regional reports, the Zimbabwe High Court has ruled in favor of the trading platform’s argument because the RBZ failed to show up to the trial.
Eight years ago today Laszlo Hanyecz made history when he conducted what is widely believed to be the first ever purchase using bitcoin.
China publically issued the world’s first government-issued blockchain and cryptocurrency ratings on May 17, 2018. The development is the first in a series of steps planned by Beijing to regulate the burgeoning digital asset class.
Ninety-two-year-old Mahathir Mohamad was sworn in as the world’s oldest elected leader after a stunning election win that changed the tide of Malaysia’s administrative power after more than six decades.
Acecoin went global and partook in the 2018 International Blockchain Expo and 2018 Global Blockchain Innovation Application Summit in Shenzhen, China from 21 to 22 April 2018 where its esteemed CEO, Nizal Mohammad talked and introduced one of the world’s latest unique ICO. Acecoin was also in Beijing for the World Digital Commonwealth.
Bitcoin adoption continues to grow rapidly worldwide. This adoption roundup features four merchants that recently started accepting the digital currency – a boutique hotel in Spain, parking lots, an electrical supply store, and online courses in Japan.