A Russian entrepreneur, Vladimir Orehov, has filed a lawsuit against Google in Russia because of the search giant’s restrictions on cryptocurrency-related ads. The entrepreneur is claiming over $34.7 million in compensation from a Russian Google entity ООО «Гугл».
Orehov is claiming that undue prejudice and unfair business practices by Google have denied him the opportunity to invest in cryptocurrency projects and also find venture capital for his own ambitions in the arena.
These days, Mt. Gox is referred to as the defunct cryptocurrency exchange that went bankrupt in 2014 as a result of one of the most devastating crypto exchange hacks in the history of the crypto market. Nevertheless, the saga of the once largest cryptocurrency exchange platform in the world is anything but over. Every now and again, a story relating to Mt. Gox captures most of the headlines in the cryptocurrency community.
TrueEX, one of the major players in the derivatives market is planning to make the move to the burgeoning bitcoin derivatives market. During an announcement on Monday, March 12, 2018, the company said that it wants to begin offering bitcoin as well as other cryptocurrency derivatives.
Bitcoin has many possible use cases, just like cash or any other type of fungible asset. One thing that has become clear in the past year of cryptocurrency-related companies being created is there are many different potential applications of Bitcoin. In the early days of Bitcoin, one constantly highlighted benefit to the cryptocurrency was the simplicity of dealing with cross-border payments. People would always say it was great for facilitating capital flight in countries that were normally extremely restrictive, like China. But one use that is now coming to receive lots of interest is remittance payments.
Robert Collins Jr., popularly called “Bo”, a former president of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) is set to launch a new institutional crypto exchange platform. This new platform is being designed to target broker-dealers and institutional investors/traders in the cryptocurrency market.
Although blockchain technology is extremely current and typically associated with the millennial generation, South Korea is demonstrating that the association is not necessarily valid, even when it comes to virtual currencies.