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Crypto Exchange OKEx Delists Over 30 Trading Pairs for Weak Volume

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OKEx, the second largest crypto exchange by volume, has announced the delisting of more than 30 trading pairs including Ripio/ETH and Monetha/BTC. The exchange cited weak trading volume as the justification for the ejections. The delistings will not take effect until the 31st. Listing and delisting is a common practice among cryptocurrency exchanges, and, depending on the size of the exchange...

Singapore FinTech Enables Instant Blockchain Remittance for Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand

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Everex, a Singapore-based financial technology firm, has partnered with Myanmar’s Shwe Bank to introduce blockchain-Powered remittance Services between Myanmar and Thailand. The blockchain firm claims that the partnership will enable millions of Myanmar migrant workers living in Thailand to send money home instantly and securely at much lower transaction costs than traditional remittance methods...

Bitcoin, Blockchain Payments Startups Win RemTECH Awards at United Nations

Bitcoin and blockchain services Airpocket, Bitso, Everex, Moneytis and Trulioo have taken home awards at RemTECH, an awards show for the remittance industry. Airpocket won the award for ‘Remittances and Financial Inclusion.’ Bitso won the award for “Pioneering Spirit.” Everex won for ‘Service Originality.’ Moneytis won for “Most Innovative Service” and Trulioo won for its “Potential for Growth."...

Everex Explores Ethereum Based Global Remittances

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Blockchain startup Everex, a blockchain remittance company, looks to leverage Ethereum to transform the remittance industry. The platform features its digitized version of national currencies - CryptoCash - powered by the Ethereum blockchain. Everex claims to be working with money-service-businesses (MSBs), currency exchanges and banks to make their vision a reality. CCN sat down with Alexi Lane...

A Blockchain Remittance Pilot Proves Successful for 100 Migrant Workers in Thailand

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A successful blockchain remittance pilot has seen over 100 participating migrant workers transfer money to Myanmar, their homeland, instantly. Everex, an Asian blockchain startup focused on financial inclusion in the region facilitated transactions totaling over 850,000 Thai baht (approx. $24,000), using its wallet over a blockchain. The Thailand-based Fintech startup revealed that the successful...

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