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Zebpay Relaunches in v3.0 with Zero-Trading Fee, But Not for India ! Other crypto news

This is a daily round up of important blockchain and crypto news between Feb 28, 2019 and March 1, 2019 . The focus is on important news around developments in the blockchain space, on exchanges and crypto projects.

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1. Zebpay Relaunches in v3.0 with Zero-Trading Fee, But Not for India

Zebpay were India’s largest exchange at that time, and there were no signs of any financial issues plaguing the company. Still, they decided to shut down. It was discovered now that they had registered new companies in Malta and Singapore to provide crypto trading services in Europe. Zebpay has relaunched itself in v3.0, and they’re now live to provide zero-fee crypto trading in 131 countries. Read more

2. Swiss Crypto Bank Warns Customers About Company Masquerading as Partner

Switzerland-based cryptocurrency bank Dukascopy has warned customers that forex trading company GCG Asia is fraudulently claiming to be the bank’s authorized firm. Dukascopy Bank -purportedly the first regulated bank to launch its own initial coin offering (ICO)-cautions  that neither it nor any entities of Dukascopy Group have relations with GCG Asia, although the latter fraudulently claims the opposite. Read more

3. Bittrex Leads $1.5 Million Round for South African Crypto Exchange VALR

Global crypto exchange Bittrex led a $1.5 million seed round in South African trading platform VALR. VALR co-founder and CEO Farzam Ehsani said a backend partnership with Bittrex will offer the new exchange global liquidity and competitive prices for crypto-to-crypto trading, while his team works on activating fiat on-ramps with South African banks by summertime.Read more

4. Ethereum’s Constantinople, St. Petersburg Upgrades Have Been Activated

Specifically, the updates went live on the main network at block 7,280,000, in accordance with previously released schedule. Although the upgrade has two names of two originally separated updates, they have subsequently been combined into one. Per Ethernodes.org, not all Ethereum users have adopted the updates. Only 22.3 percent of Geth and Parity clients are reportedly already running the Constantinople-compliant version. Read more

Bite-sized News

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  • SEC Commissioner Receives Flak for Her Stance From Crypto Victims Read Story.
  • Signature Bank to Offer Accounts to Bermuda’s Crypto Startups Read Story.

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