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In recent weeks, reports that Mexico has banned bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, in general, have surfaced, leading many investors to worry about the future of the crypto market in the region. Bitso: Mexico Stunted Bitcoin Industry’s Growth – But Hasn’t Banned Crypto Altogether According to Bitso, while the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) published new rules to govern cryptocurrencies and it could certainly stagnate the growth of the industry, it does not stop the operations of crypto exchanges. Banxico publicó nuevas reglas, representan un estancamiento para el sector pero no detienen nuestra operación. Seguiremos enfocados en nuestros usuarios; defendiendo tu derecho al
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In a Brad Garlinghouse vs. Jamie Dimon crypto showdown, the Ripple chief is not the least bit intimidated by his Wall Street rival. Ripple CEO Unloads on JPMorgan Cryptocurrency at DC Blockchain Summit Garlinghouse was featured as the keynote speaker at DC Blockchain Summit 2019, where he gave a fireside chat with Nasdaq’s Jill Malandrino. The elephant in the room, metaphorically speaking, was the recent news of Wall Street bank JPMorgan issuing the so-called “cryptocurrency JPM Coin for its institutional clients. Garlinghouse, who has been known to sport red socks with his suit, didn’t back down from the line of
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I recently went to send a small amount of bitcoin to my lightning wallet. I searched for "generate qr code for bitcoin" on duckduckgo.com and clicked on https://bitcoinqrcodegenerator(dot)win/. Turns out this site is a scam that alters what was on your clipboard and sends your bitcoin to a different address. I'm very embarrassed at my carelessness, but relieved that I only lost about $ 50. A few lessons I took away from this:
- Always check that the address you paste matches the one you copied (I know, this is obvious, but still).
- duckduckgo.com has a built in QR Code generator, simply type the letters "qr" followed by the address you want a QR code for.
- When you do make a stupid mistake, share it with others so they don't get ripped off too.