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0911-Today Global Cryptographic News · Indian exchange CoinRecoil launches the beta version of tradable cryptocurrency increased to 50 before October According to Businessline, the Indian cryptocurrency exchange CoinRecoil recently launched a beta version. CoinRecoil co-founder Kunal Barchha also said it plans to increase the number of cryptocurrencies that can be traded on the platform to 50 by October.

· Japan’s Kintetsu Group cooperates with Mitsubishi and


other institutions to conduct secondary verification of local cryptocurrency According to the Nikkei News, Japan’s Kintetsu Group Holdings will cooperate with Mitsubishi Research Institute and other institutions, from October 1 to December 10, the local cryptocurrency “Nortel Harukas coin” based on blockchain technology. Perform a second verification. Like the bitcoin market, participants use the mobile app to shop with the cryptocurrency. Compared with the first verification, the Kintetsu Group expanded the size of the participants in the second verification and strived to start practicing next year.

· Canadian companies launch Bitcoin mutual funds Investors


can hold BTCs in legally registered funds According to BTCmanager, First Block Capital, Canada’s first regulated bitcoin fund, announced that the FBC Bitcoin Trust is currently eligible for mutual fund trusts, and high net worth investors (certified investors) will be able to Bitcoin currency is held in the registered account. The fund includes a registered retirement savings plan and a tax-free savings account.

¡ French football club Paris Saint-Germain launches fan token products According to the cointelegraph, the French football club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is working with the blockchain platform Socios.com to launch a fan token product (FTO) that allows fans to access PSG club tokens and also provide their holders with VIP status or rewards.


¡ EU finance ministers: no rush to further regulate the cryptocurrency market According to Bloomberg, the finance ministers who have recently participated in the EU finance ministers meeting agreed that they will not be eager to take measures to further regulate Litecoin and other cryptocurrency markets. In addition, the finance ministers said that they will make substantive decisions after the EU authorities issue a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the cryptocurrency industry. Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe also told reporters that the EU’s attitude towards the field of cryptocurrency will be more cautious.

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