Omicron hits markets meanwhile Japanese novel released as NFT
In the long run, the new rules may ‘lay the perfect foundation’ to improve risk management, says an ICBC expert.
The impact was relatively short-lived, and many major tokens had already retraced most of their positions from Friday coming in Asia business hours.
South Korea reaches a tentative agreement to delay a pending tax on virtual assets. Crypto investors in next-door Japan already face taxation up to 55%.
Metaverse picks up momentum, on the other hand Binance tweet gets yellow card
SafeMoon, known for high fees and social media hype, is now 85% below its all-time high. What lies in SafeMoon’s future?
As the NFT zeitgeist sweeps the world, the industry’s beating heart is in Asia, writes David Tng of TZ APAC. Here’s how Asia’s NFTs are changing business models.
Korea crypto tax debated meanwhile, Crypto.com is on a tear
Luxury fashion houses set trends that trickle down to the rest of culture. Here’s where brands like Prada and Burberry are headed on the blockchain curve.
Xive co-founder tells Forkast.News no mining is possible in the south, while other regions still survive.
Cardano ADA and Tron TRX will no longer be available to eToro’s US customers next year while CRO reflects Crypto.com ‘going from strength to strength.’
Arbitrum is leading the way in Ethereum scaling, according to a new report by Nansen, a blockchain analytics platform. What are the challenges that lie ahead?
Bitcoin and Ethereum prices fell nearly 24% in India as investors sought to get ahead of a possible crypto prohibition.
India proposes crypto ban meanwhile Metaverse race heats up
Top blockchain and crypto news: Fed nominations suggest no sudden moves. El Salvador’s Bitcoin lava affair. Dodgy dealings in China’s digital yuan.
As social media’s influence on broader society continues to grow, decentralized platforms will mean less central moderation — for better or worse.
The US Internal Revenue Service is taking a hard look at cryptocurrency transactions to crack down on tax dodgers. How can crypto holders protect themselves?
The digital print of the U.S. Constitution grew an estimated 35% in value by the time Ken Griffin made the winning bid, surely ushering in more NFT interest.
Another e-CNY scam busted, meanwhile SCMP to tokenize history
Algorand ‘re-imagines’ blockchain by trying to solve key weaknesses of Bitcoin. Learn about this wannabe Ethereum killer in this Forkast.News explainer.
Inner Mongolia police bust yet another digital yuan money laundering case.
Korea stands firm on NFT games, meanwhile Laos introduces crypto regulations
Despite the global boom of play-to-earn games, South Korea will still ban blockchain-based video games that reward cashable NFTs.
The US Infrastructure Act has provisions that should make crypto advocates shudder, writes Alex Shipp of Offshift. Who will stand up for crypto’s core values?
The Scandinavian country is concerned with potential environmental harm, while the debt-laden SE Asia nation seeks to regulate.