Justine Pope

Justine Pope

Justine fell down the 'Rabbit Hole' during university whilst studying Behavioural Economics in 2014. Since then, she has worked on numerous projects in the crypto space and likes to write about the economic side of crypto in her spare time. Her favourite food is burger and chips and she loves RnB.

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Ireland to Lure BlockChain Multinationals with Launch of New State-backed Platform

Blockchain Ireland launched last week with the ambition to lead the world in the fast growing Blockchain sector. The initiative is being led by Enterprise Ireland, the IDA and ConsenSys, the company established by Joe Lubin, one of the co-founders of ethereum. The project aims to position Ireland as a centre of excellence for blockchain technologies.

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Jersey Government Inks Deal with Binance for GBP/Crypto Exchange

The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange is to set up the first Sterling to crypto exchange in Jersey – potentially bringing millions of dollars into the Island’s economy. Binance Labs uses Jersey as its stepping stone to European expansion.

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Thai SEC Legalizes Seven Cryptocurrencies

Thailand has become the latest Country to permit Cryptocurrencies in its digital asset trading markets. The country's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced they have legalized seven cryptocurrencies and also released new regulations that will govern Thailand's growing cryptocurrency industry.

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Apple Concedes To Developers with New Rules for Crypto Apps

Apple has made revisions to its crypto App rules following lobbying from developers. Apps that mine cryptocurrencies using the iPhone’s chipset are strictly barred allowing only those that do not perform crypto mining. Other rules affect ICOs, mining and various other crypto related topics.

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Canada Closes Doors to Crypto Mining

Canada’s Quebec province has halted all licenses for new currency mining projects while it reviews their power usage and fees. Quebec’s energy ministry said it ordered Hydro Quebec to hold off on connecting new digital currency mining operations because it wants regulators set new roles for the industry.

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