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Huobi Expands Exchange Operations to New Zealand
The move into New Zealand marks the latest step in the exchange's growth efforts.
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New Zealand Cryptocurrency Exchange Easy Crypto Raises $12M
Nuance Connected Capital led the Series A funding round, which also included investors from Indonesian and U.S. venture firms.
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New Zealand’s Reserve Bank Seeks Public Input on Digital Dollar Before December Deadline
The bank said in its papers that it sees trends in the use of cash which “present an opportunity” to consider broadening central bank money.
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Top Australian Crypto Exchange Swyftx Expands to New Zealand
The move marks the exchange’s first attempt at an expansion outside Australia.
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Reserve Bank of New Zealand to Consult on Potential CBDC
One central bank official says the future "will undoubtedly involve less cash."
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Ex-Cryptopia Employee Pleads Guilty to Stealing $170K in Crypto
The unnamed employee created copies of Cryptopia's private keys and saved them to a USB affording access to over $100 million in crypto.
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New Zealand Fund Manager Puts 5% of Retirement Plan's Assets Into Bitcoin: Report
“If you are happy to invest in gold, you can’t really discount bitcoin," says the fund's chief investment officer.
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Compliant Stablecoin Launches in New Zealand
New Zealand dollar reserves backing the stablecoin are to be confirmed by an accounting firm on a quarterly basis.
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Troubled Crypto Project Qoin Faces Membership Ruling by New Zealand Blockchain Body
A BlockchainNZ membership review is reportedly focused on alleged conflict of interest between the Qoin project and related companies.
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Cryptopia Exchange, Currently in Liquidation, Gets Hacked Again: Report
The hacked wallet belonged to a creditor, U.S. firm Stakenet, which had not lost funds in the 2019 hack, as reported by Stuff.
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