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June 28, 2018, 08:28:40 AM
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The Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) has terminated its partnership with Carats.io because the cryptocurrency company did not have regulatory approval. The IDE has required Carats.io to cease all public displays of association with the bourse and its Diamond Tech Innovation Center. The bourse has also asked the company to stop any activities on the trading floor or its online platforms.
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June 28, 2018, 08:50:21 AM
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Unfortunately this is the biggest loss when it comes to crypto not being regulated. The big players are not able to join the game and truly help this market to mature.

I still hope this market will be regulated soon such that we will see big players like Wall Street join the fun Smiley
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June 28, 2018, 09:10:03 AM
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The Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) has terminated its partnership with Carats.io because the cryptocurrency company did not have regulatory approval. The IDE has required Carats.io to cease all public displays of association with the bourse and its Diamond Tech Innovation Center. The bourse has also asked the company to stop any activities on the trading floor or its online platforms.


What the IDE has wanted is the regulation of it's partners, yet they don't present it. So in my point of view, it is only righteous to terminate the deal due to misinterpretation of details.

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August 05, 2018, 09:52:22 PM
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Unfortunately this is the biggest loss when it comes to crypto not being regulated. The big players are not able to join the game and truly help this market to mature.

I still hope this market will be regulated soon such that we will see big players like Wall Street join the fun Smiley
Surely you will have new improvements I think so. The high demand for the market requires more opportunities for development. Serve the community as well as the investors with the door to expand the vision. Strategies for building a financial economy.
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