From two crypto events and then updates from local blockchain startups. Here’s what happened in Crypto PH from Jan. 22 to 28, 2024.
The sentiment that a Filipino web3 project is most likely a rugpull has hurt legitimate local projects along the way.
Will the story end when Binance gets a license? Or will the regulator agree to the points brought up by Infrawatch?
Are the recent “dismissiveness” about crypto by our regulators is really because the Philippines is still in the FATF Gray list?
e started last week with a not-so-optimistic view from the incoming governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the country’s central bank.
Last week was the most bearish to date when it comes to crypto news, with Bitcoin retreating to less than $20,000.
What happened in CryptoPH last week? From Tier One to CZ in the Philippines, BitPinas got you covered!
From the Axie x Globe news to all the local crypto companies that recently got funded.
It was December 2017. Everyone was so bullish on crypto. Everyone wants to learn.
I was requested to organize panel that can inspire hope in the attendees, especially at this point in time in the market cycle, which, as you probably know already, has continued to turn for the worse.