50 Percent Energy Rate Hike for Crypto Miners Approved in Central Washington State

50 Percent Energy Rate Hike for Crypto Miners Approved in Central Washington State

The commissioners of a public utility district in central Washington State have unanimously approved a rate hike for cryptocurrency miners. The utility serves over 46,000 customers throughout the county. The cost increase starts at 15 percent beginning next year, 35 percent the following year, and 50 percent thereafter. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese…

The Daily: Asian Crypto Jobs on the Rise, Colombia to Cut Taxes for Crypto Firms

The Daily: Asian Crypto Jobs on the Rise, Colombia to Cut Taxes for Crypto Firms

The number of jobs and job seekers in the Asian crypto space is growing, according to leading recruiters in the region. Also in The Daily, Colombia may soon become a crypto-friendly nation, California and Russia want to use blockchain tech for insurance and pensions, and Malaysians remain bullish on cryptocurrencies, despite market trends this year.…

South Korean Lawmaker Proposes Special Crypto Zone for ICOs

South Korean Lawmaker Proposes Special Crypto Zone for ICOs

A South Korean lawmaker has reportedly proposed designating a regulation-free special cryptocurrency zone aimed at initial coin offerings. It has been about a year since token sales were banned in the country but the government has yet to introduce any guidelines for them. Also read: 160 Crypto Exchanges Seek to Enter Japanese Market, Regulator Reveals Proposal…

The Bitcoin Standard: BCH Troll Slayer Faces BTC’s Angriest Man

The Bitcoin Standard: BCH Troll Slayer Faces BTC’s Angriest Man

Bitcoin Cash’s (BCH) troll slayer Derek Magill is back at it, and this time he’s facing down a pretty fierce opponent. Saifedean Ammous’s The Bitcoin Standard is hardcore maximalist argumentation for the supremacy of bitcoin core (BTC) as a cryptocurrency and world settlement commodity. While good people can differ on Mr. Ammous’s views, the BCH…

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