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FATF Meets, Travel Rule on the Agenda

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) met on Wednesday (June 24th) to discuss a wide range of topics, from anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, as well as the 'travel rule' that was instituted last year. It was the first time that the FATF meeting was held virtually. 

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Corazon Hardware Wallet In-Depth Review

With a price tag of over $1,000 in its Gold model, Corazon is the world’s most expensive hardware wallet. It is because it is built in partnership with Singaporean luxury accessory and Trezor-creator SatoshiLabs. As you may have guessed, Corazon’s functionally is just as the Trezor Model T. It features premium features such as a titanium casing and plenty of top-notch security features. What’s more, while the design of the Trezor Model Ts can be relatively easy to copy, Corazon’s titanium case is almost impossible to imitate. 
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Sugi Wallet Review: Here Is Everything You Need to Know About...

Sugi Wallet is one of the best hardware wallets in the market that was developed by the European Fintech Company, Sufitto. It is uniquely designed to provide crypto users with a unique crypto storage solution. Like the majority of hardware wallets, the device stores its private keys on the device. It does not integrate any kind of internet connectivity to prevent any form of online attack. Even without an online connection, however, the crypto hardware allows users to send and deposit crypto just as easy as using a bank. 
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Coinapult Wallet Review: Features, Pros and Cons, Privacy, and Supported Currencies 

When we talk of crypto wallets with a highly sophisticated security system, Coinapult leads the pack. The wallet was established in 2011 and boasts a team of specialists dedicated to providing crypto enthusiasts with a secure and easy way to send or receive cryptocurrencies. 

Only 19% of Bitcoin’s Supply is Traded 

Only 3.5 million, an equivalent of 19% of Bitcoin's circulating supply is moved around by traders, while the rest is being HODLed by investors, a new report by blockchain analysis company Chainalysis reveals. Another 20% of the total supply is considered 'lost' or in dead-end addresses and lost/forgotten wallets. And, of course, the millions of dollars worth of Bitcoin reserved by Bitcoin's creator Satoshi Nakamoto.

FATF Meets, Travel Rule on the Agenda

The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) met on Wednesday (June 24th) to discuss a wide range of topics, from anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing, as well as the 'travel rule' that was instituted last year. It was the first time that the FATF meeting was held virtually. 

Best Decentralized Messaging Apps 

We live in times when personal privacy and security have never been more prized. And this is because we live in a digital age where anyone with enough resources can track your communications and whereabouts at will. Governments are particularly notorious at this. It's not uncommon to find a government is peeping into the private communications of its citizens. It's even worse when you're considered a dissident in an authoritarian regime. 

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‘Cryptokitties’ – The Innovative Blockchain Based Recreational System

Introduction Cryptokitties is a first blockchain-based leisure game created for entertainment. It is developed by Vancouver based blockchain company Axiom Zen on the Ethereum platform....

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