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Demand for Crypto Experts in India Hikes Remuneration, Vacancies Spike

Demand for Crypto Experts in India Hikes Remuneration, Vacancies Spike

A deficit in crypto talent is pushing salaries up in Indian companies engaged with the domestic and global blockchain industry, local media reported quoting data from recent studies. Demand for professionals in the field has been growing rapidly in the past year. Crypto Experience Can Bring up to $100,000 in Annual Salary Indian IT companies […]

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Walmart and Litecoin Payment News Debunked by Walmart Spokesperson, LTC Prices Shudder from Fake News

Walmart and Litecoin Payment News Debunked by Walmart Spokesperson, LTC Prices Shudder from Fake News

On Monday, September 13, a press release was published by globenewswire.com and said it was connected to “Walmart Inc,” the American multinational retail corporation. Several mainstream media outlets published stories about it including Reuters, Bloomberg, and CNBC. Not too long after these reports were published, the press release was verified as being “not authentic” by […]

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Crypto Crime Falls in China, Surges in Hong Kong, Reports Reveal

Crypto Crime Falls in China, Surges in Hong Kong, Reports Reveal

China’s cryptocurrency transactions related to criminal activities have decreased significantly over the past couple of years, a new report suggests. At the same time, its special administrative region of Hong Kong is seeing a spike in crypto-related crime this year, with authorities attributing the rise to the popularity of crypto investments. Chinese Crime-Related Crypto Transactions […]

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Crypto ATMs ‘increasingly’ used to launder money, according to DEA report

Drug traffickers increasingly relied on cryptocurrency-based transactions and technology in 2020 — due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Strategic Intelligence Section. Per the agency’s findings in the 2020 National Drug Threat Assessment, published on March 2, the pandemic halted cross-border shipments, particularly between the […]

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