Miner Abandons Swedish County, Leaves $1.5M in Unpaid Electricity Bills

Two mining companies with operations in Sweden have reportedly abandoned their facilities in the country’s northernmost county of Norrbotten. One of the companies, U.S. miner NGDC, appears to have suddenly fled from the area, leaving $1.55 million in unpaid electricity bills in its wake. Also Read: Seba Crypto Eyes Swiss Bank License, Independent Reserve Integrates Tax Tool US-Based NGDC Bails on

Canaan’s Hong Kong Listing Plans in Limbo

Plans by bitcoin mining equipment manufacturer Canaan to list shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange are now uncertain, as the Chinese company’s application for an initial public offering (IPO) expired on Nov. 14 — exactly six months after it submitted the documents to the Asian bourse. Also Read: Bitcoin ATMs Most Common Scam Payment Method in Australia IPO Will ‘Not

Isle of Man Updates Registration Rules for Cryptocurrency Businesses

The financial regulator of the Isle of Man recently introduced changes to its policy governing the registration of companies in the cryptocurrency industry. The British Crown dependency in the Irish Sea is also tightening rules applicable to projects that conduct initial coin offerings (ICOs). Also read: Vietnam at Crossroads on Cryptocurrency Regulations Financial Authority Adopts Stricter Requirements Cryptocurrency companies filing

Bitfinex Introduces New Fees, Bitmex Rejects Claims It Trades Against Its Customers

In recent cryptocurrency exchange news, Bitfinex has introduced new withdrawal fees, the CEO of Bitmex has refuted accusations that the exchange’s in-house trading desk trades against its customers, and Malta-based Bistraq Exchange has commenced operations. Also Read: Stablecoins Fetch a Premium as BTC Hits Year Low  Bitfinex to Charge 3% on Frequent Withdrawals Bitfinex has introduced new fees on external wire

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