crypto.com sold for $10M?

crypto.com is rumoured to have been sold for $10M. The domain rights were held by Prof. Matt Blaze since 1993. Since this domain almost acts as a torch-bearer to the crypto industry it became extremely important to get into the right hands. Quite obviously, the professor received many proposals to buy the domain. But it was only when Hong Kong-based Monaco came into the picture, did the professor feel comfortable to part with the domain. Monaco is a crypto project best-known for developing a crypto debit card and has done a $25M ICO in 2017.

 

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Malta Passes Three Cryptocurrency Bills

Malta is making quick progress in establishing itself as the world’s friendliest jurisdiction for cryptocurrency firms. The Parliament of Malta has passed three bills into law that establish a regulatory framework for blockchain and cryptocurrency technology. According to the Junior Minister, companies now have the necessary legal tools to operate in a regulated environment and are optimistic about companies choosing Malta as their base of operations resulting in further economic growth.

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