India Investigates Cryptocurrency Advertising | Blockchain & Crypto News | The Daily Forkast

Welcome to The Daily Forkast, July 15th, 2021, for the latest in blockchain & crypto news presented by Angie Lau. On today’s show: India seeks advice on cryptocurrency ads, Hong Kong makes a billion HKD money laundering bust, Visa issues a Bitcoin debit card in Australia & K-Drama ‘Vincenzo’ joins the NFT bandwagon,


0:00 Coming up
0:28 India seeks advice on crypto advertising disclaimers
1:53 Hong Kong customs make crypto money-laundering bust
2:45 Visa & CryptoSpend offer Bitcoin debit card in Australia
3:45 KDrama ‘Vincenzo’ joins NFT bandwagon following Korbit & Studio Dragon partnership
3:28 Market rundown (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Coin)

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Before founding Forkast in July 2018, Angie anchored Bloomberg TV’s flagship morning show “First Up with Angie Lau” broadcast globally into 350 million homes, offices and trading floors. Angie’s TED Talk “I Am Not Supposed to Be Here” is now a TED-Ed lesson for its global audience of 6.7 million followers.

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