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  1. Who sy binance is most trusted..... they say wrong, Binance Launches tens of ICO on there launchpad but all ICO are failed or scamed...... Why.... because there is something wrong thats why we cant trust more on Binance.... Yobit is more secure and Good than binance So the Aswer is YOBIT
  2. Who sy binance is most trusted..... they say wrong, Binance Launches tens of ICO on there launchpad but all ICO are failed or scammed...... Why.... because there is something wrong thats why we cant trust more on Binance.... Yobit is more secure and Good than binance
  3. Everything is fine with yobit, all is well since Jan 2017, But there is some issue of depositing Money from SKRILL former moneybookers to the yobit Account, if it is solved then its great for too many people
  4. Before Investing you must read and research for ICO and IEO or any other coins, more than 95% ICO and IEO are Scam with Good Rating, becoze there is no one to tell us who is giving that rating....So beware from get rich quick ice or ieo.
  5. Pumping and Dumping of Low Volume Coins and token are not good for long term investment, but make your own research before investing. Never think about Rich Quick Coins and Tokens. Be patient.... Happy Trading
  6. All we can Earn more than 5$ a dayy with crptotalk as BTC price is moving up.... hope all u understand
  7. Bitcoiners in the U.S. might dread talking to their relatives about the crypto market on Thanksgiving. Instead of discussing price volatility, they may consider sharing insights from Lebanese users about what they’re thankful for this week. In the face of strict banking limitations and a dollar shortage that have sparked widespread layoffs and protests in the Middle Eastern country, bitcoin is helping some Lebanese get by. Emphasis on the word helping. Because in times of civil unrest, traditional social ties can be just as important as technology. Amid an economic crisis, the Association of Banks in Lebanon has set a temporary $1,000 cap on weekly withdrawals from U.S. dollar accounts at commercial banks, Reuters reported earlier this month. A bitcoin trader in Beirut said his bank set an even lower a $150 monthly limit for “international spending.” Chatter in Lebanese WhatsApp groups indicates many civilians are struggling to access their bank accounts storing any currency. Such restrictions create widespread ripple effects, since many Lebanese businesses manage imports with dollars rather than the inflationary lira. “We are slowly running out of imported items and goods,” said the Beirut trader, who, like others interviewed for this article, spoke on condition of anonymity for his personal safety. For Detailed Information on NEWS follow the link
  8. Bitcoin has fallen beneath the $7,000 psychological price range as global markets took a breather Saturday amid the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S and China. The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market value dropped beneath its temporary supports near the $7,000 price level at around 22:46 UTC (5:46 p.m. New York time) on Nov. 24 and is currently changing hands for $6,924, according to CoinDesk’s bitcoin price index.The plunge in crypto comes at a time when traditional markets cooled slightly by Nov. 22’s close, likely due to sentiment surrounding the rhetoric from the U.S national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, who warned that President Trump would not turn a blind eye to Hong Kong’s ongoing crisis.This would likely complicate efforts by Washington and Beijing to put an end to the prolonged trade war currently underpinning global economic growth forecasts. As a result traditional markets have flatlined with the S&P 500 index finishing a meager 0.2 percent up, to 3110.29. For Detailed Information on NEWS follow the link
  9. Tens of thousands of Chinese blockchain companies may have tried to issue their own cryptocurrencies, a senior official claims. Led by the Chinese central bank, five financial and technology authorities jointly published the Bluebook of Blockchain on Thursday, outlining illegal and fraudulent schemes in the blockchain industry. Approximately 89 percent of blockchain firms in China – some 25,000 – might have tried to create and issue their own tokens, while only 4,000 are fully focused on blockchain applications, Yedong Zhu, president of the government-backed nonprofit Beijing Blockchain Application Association, said in an interview with Chinese state media CCTV at the report’s launch. The most common crypto issuance process, the ICO, has been deemed illegal by the Chinese government after its 2017 crackdown. However, it still allows crypto mining operations and possession of crypto assets in the country. The findings come amid the Chinese government’s most recent crackdown on barred financial operations related to ICOs and crypto trading. Major Chinese cities, such as Beijing and Shanghai, have rolled out inspection plans with a view to shutting down any remaining crypto exchanges. The authorities have gone so far as to close any marketing firms that promote crypto companies and those that masqueraded as blockchain companies to launch ICOs. For Detailed Information on NEWS follow the link
  10. The central bank of France wants the eurozone to build a blockchain-based settlement system that will move euros more quickly and at less cost than with existing technologies. In a speech Thursday, First Deputy Governor Denis Beau issued some of France’s strongest comments yet in support of distributed ledger technology (DLT), which he said likely solves many outstanding market issues. One solution France is considering: a central bank digital currency (CBDC). Beau said the eurozone has a responsibility to at least consider a CBDC – especially because other “disorderly approaches and heterogeneous adaptations” could arise in its absence. Cross-border payments also could be a particularly viable DLT use case, Beau said. Residents in the EU and beyond often wait extended periods for payments to wend between banks and their international partners, in the “correspondent banking model” that delivers an often insecure service for what he said was a high price. Tokenized assets may give that method a jolt, he said. Combined with DLT, tokens could seamlessly move funds and “help in answering market’s demands,” Beau said. For Detailed Information on NEWS follow the link
  11. Crypto exchange Bitfinex and its sister firm, stablecoin issuer Tether, have again been accused of working to manipulate the bitcoin markets. A new class-action suit, filed by Eric Young and Adam Kurtz at the district court in the Western District of Washington on Nov. 22, draws heavily from details that emerged in the case brought by the New York attorney general in April against the same two firms.It's also the second class action to have been brought in recent months relying on the New York case, which is still ongoing as the defendants appeal over whether they must continue to produce documentation. The attorney general claims, among other things, that that the tether (USDT) stablecoin was not fully backed by U.S. dollars. In a lengthy list of claims, Young and Kurtz specifically allege that Bitfinex and Tether "monopolized and conspired to monopolize the Bitcoin market," as well as manipulated the market, manipulated information or made inaccurate claims. Further, "Defendants’ misconduct caused prices of Bitcoin futures, and the prices of Bitcoin underlying the Bitcoin futures, to be artificial during the Class Period [Oct. 1, 2014 to present]," Young and Kurtz say, adding: "Defendants' control of USD₮ issuances and Bitfinex permitted Defendants and their co-conspirators to coordinate purchases and sales with rising and falling Bitcoin prices. When Bitcoin prices were falling, Defendants and their co-conspirators printed USD₮s and artificially increased the price of Bitcoin. Once Defendants and their co-conspirators artificially inflated the price of Bitcoin, Defendants and their co-conspirators then converted the Bitcoin back into USD₮s to replenish Tether's reserves." For Detailed Information on NEWS follow the link
  12. Financial regulators in China appear set to crack down on cryptocurrency trading again after President Xi Jinping’s praise for blockchain technology revived speculation in the sector. Regulators in each district of Shanghai must search and inspect local crypto exchange-related services before Nov. 22 and report to the central bank for further actions, according to an official notice signed by the Shanghai Internet Finance Rectification Agency and the Shanghai Bureau of the People’s Bank of China. The notice emerged online on Friday. Chinese business publication Caixin confirmed its authenticity in a report published later that evening. The effort is led by the Shanghai government’s finance bureau, Caixin said. The move underscores China’s complicated relationship with emerging decentralized technologies. In his speech earlier this month, President Xi called on his countrymen to “accelerate the development of blockchain technology,” and China has long been a favored location for bitcoin miners. On the other hand, the government banned crypto-to-fiat trading and initial coin offerings (ICOs) two years ago, near the height of the bubble. Crypto-to-crypto trading remained accessible. According to the notice, regulators in each district of Shanghai are required to look for any entity that is organizing virtual currency trading activities inside China, or ICOs using a blockchain. Promotional and brokerage services inside China for ICO projects that are registered outside of the country also fall under the inspection scope of the local financial regulators. Caixin said speculation on crypto has reemerged in China following President Xi’s speech earlier this month. Social media ban Meanwhile, China’s social media platform Weibo has banned users from publishing any posts that contain “blockchain” and “crypto trading” at the same time. Such content “contains information that violates related laws and regulation or Weibo’s community terms,” according to the message that pops up when a user tries to mention both terms. It is not clear when the restriction was put into place, and as of Friday, it was still possible to publish the phrase “crypto trading” or “blockchain,” just not together. The Shanghai government’s notice also comes at a time when some exchanges are expanding their local presence to tap into the Chinese market. Binance, which has a dedicated team in Shanghai, recently rolled out peer-to-peer trading on its platform that enables users to buy or sell cryptocurrencies using Chinese yuan through bank wires, AliPay or WeChat. However, shortly after Binance’s feature release, AliPay clarified that no official relationship between it and the exchange exists and all over-the-counter transactions are “closely monitored” for bitcoin or other virtual currency activity currently barred by AliPay’s policies. On Nov. 14, Binance’s official Weibo account was abruptly suspended by the social media platform for “being complained [about] for violating laws and regulations.” The exchange said that the suspension was due to a “malicious report” filed by some users to the social media platform and it’s appealing to Weibo to reopen the account. Similarly, the official Weibo account of blockchain project Tron was suspended on Nov. 15. A few weeks ago, a little-known Beijing-based cryptocurrency exchange called Biss, which claims to offer a channel for Chinese investors to buy U.S. stocks using cryptocurrency, was reportedly under investigation by local police. The exchange said in an announcement on Nov. 4 that some of BISS’ operational staff are “actively assisting the investigation by authorities.”
  13. Thats Great and sound good, but there is nothing showing in my yobit, let me share screenshot
  14. Every thing is done as pr your instructions , but there is nothing on yobit.... also used my cryptotalk registred email in yobit, its there any number or email ? Which is my Crypto Talk UID my email or any numbers?
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