South Korean Regulators Conduct Onsite Inspections of Bitcoin Exchanges Following Youbit Hack

South Korean authorities began to conduct checks on the site of domestic bitcoin exchanges after the hacking of the Korean exchange Youbit earlier this month.

BitPay Will Not Process Bitcoin Payments Below $ 100 Due to High Fees

BitPay will not process Bitcoin payments below $ 100 because of the high commission. Specialists bitpay, one of the largest bitcoin-payment processing platform for online stores, will no longer process payments below $ 100 due to the rapid growth of the bitcoin commission.

Winklevoss Twins Will Not Sell Bitcoin, even if the price is $ 380,000.

Winklevoss Twins began to buy Bitcoin, when it cost only $ 10, as a result, within a few months they bought 120,000 Bitcoin.

Iranian MPs back bill recognizing Jerusalem as Palestinian capital

Iranian MPs have overwhelmingly voted in favor of a bill that would see Jerusalem recognized as the capital of the Palestinian State during a parliamentary session Sunday.

David Davis just publicly admitted what we're all thinking about Brexit

David Davis has conceded in front of peers that Britain’s Brexit withdrawal agreement will “probably favour“ the EU.

Money stuck 'in limbo' due to e-transfer glitch at TD

Some TD customers are complaining they can't deposit their e-transfer payments and that the bank isn't telling them why. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)

Five Argentines among 8 dead in New York City terror attack

A man deliberately drove a vehicle onto a bike path in Lower Manhattan on Oct. 31, killing at least eight people and injuring 11. Here is what we know. (Melissa Macaya/The Washington Post)

North Korea says Trump is worse than Hitler, will destroy Earth with gas and nukes

North Korea has lobbed perhaps the most damning insult yet in its war of words with President Donald Trump, accusing the Republican of being worse than Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

'I should see your face, and you should see mine,' Quebec premier says of new religious neutrality law

A new law that would effectively force Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka to uncover their faces to use public services is based on a principle "the vast majority of Canadians, and not just Quebecers" can agree on, Premier Philippe Couillard said.

Trump refuses to certify Iran nuclear deal and throws its fate to Congress

Accusing Iran of not living up to the spirit of the nuclear agreement, Trump gives the US Congress 60 days to decide whether to reimpose economic sanctions on Tehran that were lifted under the 2015 pact.

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