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Zank is an online automated cryptocurrency-trading platform.

While creating our service, we've pursued our main goal: to provide users with a modern, secured and very convenient tool for fast exchange of digital currencies. Our team has invested a lot of efforts and work towards achieving this. Some of the work we've done include:
  • All the services existing in the market were analyzed and the options which are highly-demanded by users were chosen.
  • The Zank platform has been made as concise and user-friendly as possible.
  • The exchanger was powered using secured and fast technologies.
  • Users can now buy and sell in the most transparent mode.
  • Technical support has been provided to users.
  • We conduct our activities in an open and transparent manner, without hiding our business registration details.


The project employs people with professional education, who have the necessary expertise in related areas, such as Internet banking, finance and corporate banking services. We strive to make our service the best and constantly focus on development.

Affiliate Program
Our Affiliate Program offers favorable terms of cooperation.
  • You receive 30% of the commission for each user you bring to us.
  • High commissions
  • The reward is in cryptocurrency
  • Fast payouts
  • Referral link to any page
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Contacts:
Tallinn, Kesklinna linnaosa, PArnu mnt 158088, 11317
License no. FRK000193, FVR000228.
Tech.support: [email protected]
Telegram: @zank_support
Official site: Zank.com

 
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German blockchain banking firm Bitwala has partnered with pioneering decentralized finance, or DeFi, platform Celsius to offer annual interest on Bitcoin (BTC) holdings of up to 4%.

Funds deposited from customers who opt to use Bitwala’s Bitcoin Interest Account will be loaned to institutional borrowers via Celsius, earning weekly interest on their Bitcoin in the form of BTC. Bitwala frames DeFi as “a new way to generate wealth,” emphasizing the opportunity for passive income to be generated from crypto holdings. Users can deposit from $12 worth of Bitcoin into Bitwala’s interest accounts, and are able to add and withdraw funds at any time. Only network fees are incurred through using the account, with investments and withdrawals processed without cost to the user...



In a recent trend survey made by DMEXCO and presented at an event in Cologne, Germany, it was determined that although the world is currently suffering economically, the digital economy may greatly benefit after the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the survey, the COVID-19 crisis will accelerate the rhythm of digital transformation.

One of the benefits of an advancing digital transformation is that it can lead to new solutions, unlocking inconceivable possibilities. This is especially true in digital services provided by governments, as the potential for innovation within the sector is vast. With that in mind, Brazil instituted its Digital Government Strategy through the Decree 10332/2020 this week...




Hackers have attacked multiple supercomputers across Europe this week with the intention of mining cryptocurrency. Clusters of supercomputers have been forced to shut down in order to investigate the intrusions, according to a ZDNet news report on May 16.

These security incidents were reported in the UK, Germany, and Switzerland. Additionally, another possible attack occurred in a high-performance computer center in Spain, according to the report. Most of the attacks appear to have targeted universities. University of Edinburgh,which runs the ARCHER supercomputer, reported the first incident on Monday. Then, major universities’ high-performance computing clusters in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany also announced that they were attacked on Monday with similar security incidents, and had to be shut down.

More attacks happened in institutions in other parts of Germany, Spain, and Switzerland later in the week. Clusters in the Leibniz Computing Center, or LRZ, an institute under the Bavarian Academy of Sciences, the Julich Research Center in the town of Julich, Germany, the Faculty of Physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany, and the Swiss Center of Scientific Computations, or CSCS, in Zurich, Switzerland were all counted amongst the victims...


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Swiss DeFi startup Eidoo partners with principal member of Visa Europe to issue a new Visa crypto debit card.

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) aren’t really easy to spend in day-to-day life, mainly because retailers prefer to stay away from crypto’s volatility. In order to build a bridge between traditional finance and emergent assets like Bitcoin, a Swiss crypto startup called Eidoo has introduced a new Visa crypto debit card that uses regulated stablecoins for crypto-to-fiat conversion.

The so-called Eidoo Card has been approved for operation by payment giant Visa. Announcing the news on May 25, Eidoo told Cointelegraph that its new card will enable 40 million Visa merchants to accept crypto-derived fiat currencies, including the British pound (GBP) and euro (EUR).




Daejeon University is the latest in a series of South Korean universities redesigning portions of its finance and technology departments. The university made an official announcement on May 25 that it would open a new fintech department called “Future Convergence.”

According to the announcement published by Daejeon Journal, the curriculum will consist of topics such as smart health care, smart city, smart factory, and various employment fields in the medical institutions by implementing blockchain technology.

Universities in South Korea are boosting educational programming related to blockchain, big data, and artificial intelligence amid the country’s crisis of college graduates who are struggling to find jobs. Daejong’s new fintech department expects that work done there will foster “talents for the 4th industrial revolution.”




The price of Bitcoin dropped to $8,800 over the weekend and data shows miners and retail investors led the correction.


On May 24, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) dropped to $8,800 from $9,300. In the next 24 hours, it declined to as low as $8,600, leaving the top ranked digital asset on CoinMarketCap at risk of a bigger pullback.

The initial drop of Bitcoin below $9,000 coincided with a massive inflow of BTC into exchanges and Bitcoin on-chain data indicates key players were selling over the weekend.

According to data, miners, exchanges and retail investors may have led to the decline in the price of Bitcoin over the past three days.

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Bitcoin price is struggling to reclaim $9,000, leading investor sentiment to turn bearish on BTC’s short-term price action.

Bitcoin (BTC) price had a relatively muted day as the digital asset traded between $8,700-$8,885. Currently, the price remains below the ascending channel trendline and the daily candle closed as a neutral doji, showing bulls and bears are in contention on the direction Bitcoin will take over the short-term. As the price searches for direction and its dominance rate drops from 67% to 65.5%, a handful of altcoins continued a multi-day streak of impressive double digit rallies.




The average Bitcoin fee has fallen by nearly 54% over the last five days, but some believe network congestion could push users to altcoins.

After spiking a week ago to levels last seen in February 2018, the average Bitcoin (BTC) transaction fee has fallen by more than half. BitInfoCharts data shows that Bitcoin’s average fee decreased by nearly 54% from $6.65 on May 20 to $3.07 on May 25. The median — or most common — fee peaked at $3.91, but has now fallen to $1.65.




The Global Blockchain Business Council believes the pandemic has shone a light on many systemic inefficiencies that blockchain technology can solve.

The Swiss-based non-profit blockchain industry association, the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC), believes that the crises resulting from the coronavirus pandemic have highlighted the benefits of distributed ledger technology (DLT). In email correspondence with Cointelegraph, a representative of the GBBC asserted that DLT can modernize and address the inefficiencies of the systems that underpin the organization of contemporary societies. With this in mind, the GBBC is working to foment dialogue among key policymakers and business leaders on how DLT can “address certain inefficiencies, and in some cases fundamentally shift frameworks and systems in hopes of creating more secure, equitable, and functional societies.” The GBBC will devote significant resources to engaging lawmakers over the coming years.


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A report from Flipside Crypto indicates that no Ethereum (ETH)-based Tether (USDT) tokens have ever been burned. The report has also come to a conclusion that the stablecoin is mostly used by arbitrageurs on centralized exchanges.

The report states that Tether has thus far failed to fulfill its aspiration of providing stability to the DeFi space as postulated by Paolo Ardoino, Bitfinex and Tether’s CTO. Instead, its primary use case, seems to be inter-exchange arbitrage. Another interesting observation is that these arbitrageurs do not send their tokens directly from an exchange to an exchange, but first withdraw them to their wallets. The report speculates that this may be due to the desire to control the swiftness of the transactions. In other words, this way the users can opt to pay higher Gas fees in order to expedite the transfer. In the world of arbitrage, time is money. Despite Tether’s recent rise to becoming the third biggest cryptocurrency by market cap, it remains a controversial project, with numerous questions about its reserve policies.




LG Electronics has joined the governing council of Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise-grade public distributed ledger platform. LG serves as the council’s fourteenth member, sitting alongside Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, Google, IBM, Tata Communications, and other leading organizations.

Hedera Hashgraph CEO Mance Harmon told Cointelegraph that LG is the first home appliance manufacturer to join the Hedera Governing Council. Harmon noted that LG will specifically work with the other council members to identify ways that distributed ledger technology, or DLT, can benefit consumers and supply chain partners. LG has recently shown increased interest in DLT and blockchain applications. In September 2019, it was reported that the Koren tech giant began developing a blockchain-based phone to rival Samsung’s Klaytn smartphone. LG also just announced a partnership with technology company, Evernym to develop a blockchain-based identification system.




Revolut data shows that U.K.-based retail crypto trade fell by half at the peak of the mid-March crypto crash — but has since recovered.

Data provided by U.K.-based finance app Revolut shows the coronavirus lockdown has impacted the crypto trading habits of its users. Almost a third of Revolut’s 10 million customers have traded cryptocurrency on the app, which caters to casual, retail crypto traders. As the lockdown restrictions were introduced during March, the average size of cryptocurrency purchases from its U.K. customers fell by 58%, from roughly $663 to $281.


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