Korean exchanges pass audit – July 11

Current Bitcoin Price: $6375 (as of 7:50 AM PST)

The last 24 hours have been pretty flat as far as the charts go. There are a couple of coins up or down more than a few percent, but Bitcoin and Ethereum are both up no more than half a percent.

As far the big movers among the more major coins are concerned, Bitcoin Gold (BTG, #28) is down 7.3% while Ontology (ONT, #25) is down 4.7%.

Featured Coin: EOS

This week’s featured coin is EOS (#5), which happens to be down 2.7% today. It’s an up-and-coming contender to Ethereum, and launched its mainnet less than two weeks ago. You can read more at http://www.bitcoinprice.com/eos/.

Top Bitcoin & Crypto News Stories for 11th July 2018

Korean exchanges pass audit

There’s just been a regulatory review of some of the major Korean exchanges, featuring big names such as Bithumb and UPbit.

Thankfully, the KBA has announced that all Korean exchanges met the country’s regulations, which speculators hope will show an influx of new money to the market.

CyberMiles to create crypto marketplace

For a long time the eCommerce space has been dominated by gargantuan firms like Amazon and Alibaba, but is that set to change with the development of blockchain technology?

CyberMiles (CMT, #90) would like to think so, as they’ve just started development of their cryptocurrency-powered online market place.

Binance CEO responds to Vitalik “burn in hell” comments

Vitalik Buterin is the founder of Ethereum and a big proponent of decentralization. He recently commented that centralized exchanges should “burn in hell.”

Binance founder “CZ” has spoke out saying that the community should “have a bigger heart, and appreciate the fact that we are part of an eco-system…”