Yes Bank, a progressive Indian bank has partnered with leading names in the country’s startup ecosystem to launch a fintech and business accelerator. The accelerator program, Yes Fintech is powered by T-Hub startup engine, Anthill Ventures, and LetsTalkPayments. The 15-week program is distributed among two facilities, one in Mumbai and another in Hyderabad. Designed for … Continue reading Yes Bank Launches Yes Fintech Accelerator
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BTCChina will start charging fees for bitcoin and litecoin trading from 12:00 p.m. (noon) UTC+8 on Tuesday, January 24th. Market makers and takers will both be charged a flat fee of 0.2 percent per transaction.
FAQ About BTCChina Exchange’s Implementation of Fee-Based Trading
 When will BTCChina implement fee-based trading?
BTCChina will implement fee-based trading at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on January 24th, 2017.
 Which BTCC products will be affected by the announcement?
The announcement above only applies to the BTCChina exchange. BTCC Pro Exchange and BTCC USD Exchange have their own fee structures, which will not be affected by this announcement.
 Will I be charged if my order isn't executed?
You will only be charged a trading fee when your order is executed (filled). If you cancel your order before it is executed, then you won't be charged a trading fee.
 How can I find out how much I have been charged in trading fees?
You can find out how much you have been charged in trading fees by visiting the BTCChina exchange transaction history page: https://www.btcchina.com/exc/trade/order.
 Which of the trading pair is the 0.2 percent trading fee deducted from?
Trading fees are deducted from your target currency. For example, if you are buying bitcoins with CNY, the trading fee is deducted from the bitcoins you are buying. If you are selling bitcoins for CNY, the trading fee is deducted from the CNY you will obtain after selling the bitcoins.
For example, if you were to use 6,000 CNY to buy 1 BTC:
i. You would be charged a 0.2% trading fee. ii. The 0.2% fee would be deducted from the 1 BTC you obtain from buying bitcoin with 6,000 CNY. iii. You would pay 0.002 BTC as a trading fee, and obtain 0.998 BTC in total.
As an additional example, if you were to sell 1 BTC for 6,000 CNY:
i. You would be charged a 0.2% trading fee. ii. The 0.2% fee would be deducted from the 6,000 CNY you obtain from selling your 1 BTC. iii. You would pay 12 CNY as a trading fee, and obtain 5,988 CNY in total.
 Will API trading be affected by the change?
Yes, fee-based trading will also apply to API trading. Please adjust your trading strategy accordingly.
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See my previous post here https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5oy3sg/coinbase_has_held_my_coin_hostage_for_3_days_with/
Ms. Rosie, the Coinbase reddit rep shows up like a fairy promising to help redditors having trouble. Then proceeds to down vote your post and scrub your negative feedback off the Web.
At this point, does anyone have any recommendations for filing a formal complaint with their regulating agencies? If they want to act like one of the big boys they can deal with the legal shit that comes along with it.
It's been a week since their instant PayPal sell malfunctioned and I have access to either PayPal usd or the original btc via coinbase.
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Exchange operator Nasdaq has come to some positive conclusions about a blockchain e-voting trial it conducted in Estonia last year. Source
I'm from San Diego, I'm a Bitcoin enthusiast, solar enthusiast, and could use a free basket of produce. If Dan is who he says he is, I'd like to know him. If he's not I'll take the sweet, sweet karma instead. I'm not betting any Bitcoin though. I'll be back home next week. What do you guys think?
Thanks to a recent venture capital infusion, bitcoin swaps firm LedgerX is closer to final approval from the CFTC to open for business. Source
Professional services firm Deloitte has officially opened its Dublin-based blockchain lab. Source
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The measures in the PSD2 (and in the UK, the CMA banking remedies) to open up consumer banking data ...
Is it correct that BU don’t think it’s important for us to have the 21 million coin maximum? Words from their Chief Scientist Peter R seem to suggest this !
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