Heard Of The Travel Rule? Here’s Why It Will Impact Bitcoin, Crypto And Coinhako
Global regulators have introduced the ‘Travel Rule’ to combat illegal financial activity and it will impact Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency transactions all around the world and Coinhako.
Stablecoin Support Changes & USD On Coinhako 7 August 2020!
Developments in cryptocurrency regulations around the world have been forecasted to impact
Compound (COMP) Trading Now Supported on Coinhako
What’s New With Compound Governance Tokens (COMP) at Coinhako? 1. COMP
MyInfo Verifications On Coinhako For Singaporeans to Start On Bitcoin & More!
We know verifications and document submissions can be a huge hassle , but
Blockchain, Bitcoin & Crypto, How Are They Different? – Blockchain 101 at Coinhako
If you’ve been keeping up with developments surrounding digital currencies over
2020 Crypto & Blockchain Events And Developments Not To Miss In The 2nd Half
The first half of 2020 was packed with events, updates and developments
These Simple Cyber Hygiene Tips Can Enhance Your Online Security & Protect Your Funds
Why care about cyber hygiene? Cyber security is essential for anyone using
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Coinhako Verifications or KYC, 30 June 2020
KYC verifications are now automated and only take a few minutes on Coinhako. This article answers all the most frequently asked questions users have been asking about verifications.
Regulatory Updates For Bitcoin & Crypto Services?
Issued on 28 Jan 2020, the Payment Services Act will regulate Cryptocurrency/DPT businesses in Singapore. Here’s a recap of all the key milestones so far.
How Coinhako’s UI Is Designed to Make Bitcoin & Crypto Easy
The thought process behind Coinhako’s renowned simple UI for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies is unpacked by our resident UI expert and senior designer, Marcus.
Token Delistings & Reduction in services, 15 June 2020, for Coinhako Singapore
We will be making changes to the support of cryptocurrencies for users in Singapore and here is what will happen.
Celebrating Bitcoin Pizza Day At Coinhako - The Day A Pizza Order Cost Nearly $98 Million USD!
In 2010, a man named Laszlo Hanyecz purchased two Papa John’s pizzas for 10,000 bitcoin.