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Tweet Firestorm: Twitter Suspends, Then Reinstates, @Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The holder of the bitcoin account had three-quarters of a million fewer followers when the account was reinstated, though the numbers are starting to come back.  Accusations are flying about the temporary suspension of the wildly popular Bitcoin account on Twitter. The account holder, whose identity is unclear (though there are plenty of conspiracy theories),

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A veteran Wall Streeter has left Credit Suisse for a crypto trading desk

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • A former Credit Suisse trader has left for cryptocurrency exchange Kraken. 
  • Nelson Minier joins a growing list of Wall Streeters who have jumped on the bitcoin bandwagon.

A Credit Suisse trader is the latest Wall Streeter to flee finance for crypto

The Bronx-native has joined the cryptocurrency exchange Kraken as a trader for its new over-the-counter trading operation, two people familiar with the situation told Business Insider. Over the course of nearly 20 years, Minier has worked for almost every major Wall Street firm, including Bear Stearns, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Citigroup, JPMorgan, and most recently Credit Suisse.

He left Credit Suisse in early 2018, according to people familiar with the matter. He was a trader on the bank's emerging markets hard currency desk. 

Minier joins Nick Gustafson, a former senior vice president at Jefferies, on the desk.

Kraken's OTC trading desk is a relatively new project. The exchange has been hiring Wall Street talent at an impressive clip, adding 10 staff from the Street in the last 12 months, a spokeswoman told Business Insider.  

Chief executive officer Jesse Powell told Business Insider in November that the firm was looking to fill a number of positions with Wall Street talent. 

"Where a Wall Street vet may not have the most relevant experience (i.e., cryptocurrency gateways), they could certainly help us with trading system technologies," Powell said. "In addition to developers, which we are always actively hiring, we are looking to bring on a VP of engineering, regulatory affairs counsel, trader, compliance manager, product manager, recruiter, and treasurer, just to name a few."

The firm was said to be considering former Jump Trading Chief Technology Officer Steve Hunt for a position at the firm, people familiar with the situation told Business Insider. 

Kraken isn't the only cryptocurrency exchange that is actively beefing up hiring. As Business Insider previously reported, Coinbase and Circle, which recently acquired cryptocurrency exchange Poloniex, are both looking to double their headcount in 2018

As Bloomberg News reported, Circle is looking to add 100 workers as it builds out its operations in Asia. 

Coinbase, specifically, has hired two former New York Stock Exchange employees.

And as Bloomberg News reported, the crypto merchant bank Galaxy, founded by Mike Novogratz, snagged a Goldman vice president as chief operating officer. 

Elsewhere on Wall Street, Brian Wirtz, a banker at Credit Suisse, left to start a crypto venture, according to Bloomberg. And Amber Baldet, the face of JPMorgan's blockchain efforts, left the bank in April to start her own company. 

Kraken did not respond to messages seeking comment for this piece. 

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Ledger Wallet Users Can't Access Their Bitcoin Cash

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Ledger hardware wallet users are still unable to access their bitcoin cash.

Bill Barhydt on Abra’s Pivot From P2P Money Transfers to “Crypto Banking”

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bill Barhydt on Abra’s Pivot From P2P Money Transfers to “Crypto Banking”

Abra is a bitcoin-powered investment and payments app that first came to light at Launch Festival 2015 where it won the top prize at the event. The app uses bitcoin and litecoin smart contracts to represent the value of practically any fiat currency along with 20 crypto assets in the user’s wallet, where the user is always in complete control of their own private keys.

While Abra was originally pitched as an app for permissionless, borderless money transfers, the startup is now entering the realm of “crypto banking.” Abra CEO Bill Barhydt explained this change of focus in a recent interview with angel investor Jason Calacanis on This Week in Startups.

What Is Abra?

Abra was founded in 2014 when the bitcoin price was on the decline. At that time (and some would argue still today), the two main use cases of bitcoin were as a store of value (digital gold) and a conduit for permissionless, digital payments (think Wikileaks donations).

According to Barhydt, it was at this time that Abra decided to try out another often-touted use case of this new technology: programmable money. Through the use of multisignature contracts and oracles, Abra has been able to peg the value of the bitcoin (and now litecoin) in a user’s wallet to their local fiat currency. This effectively gives the user the permissionless nature of bitcoin without the price volatility.

Unlike other apps, such as Coinbase, that allow users to convert between bitcoin and fiat currency, Abra enables the user to always be in full control of their digital money.

Users are able to move money in and out of the Abra app through a variety of methods, including bank transfers and so-called Abra Tellers. These tellers are effectively individuals who will take physical cash from someone in exchange for digital assets on the Abra app or vice versa.

The Abra Pivot

Abra’s teller system has worked well enough for powering money transfers in the areas of the world where it is already active, but the startup quickly realized their users were using the app for reasons they did not originally intend.

“People were starting to use the tellers to actually buy bitcoin,” Barhydt said. “Our customers [were] pulling us to basically become an investment vehicle using crypto because it turns out we had a phenomenal user experience. It wasn’t a trading-like experience. It was a very Venmo-like experience on a phone.”

After interviewing some of their users, Abra found that many people simply wanted to gain access to bitcoin and altcoins in a simple, easy-to-use app on their phones. Abra was already uniquely setup to make this happen rather quickly with bank transfers available in the western world and their teller network growing in developing markets.

Becoming a “Crypto Bank”

Now that Abra has turned into a cryptocurrency investment platform, that aspect of the app can help bootstrap the payments part of the equation. This is similar to how bitcoin itself has grown as a medium of exchange as more people have viewed it as a potential store of value (more on this dynamic here).

Any two users on the app are able to send money to each other for free. There is only an effective charge when a user is exchanging between two different currencies.

“Now, we’re actually an investment vehicle and a payments vehicle, so it kind of becomes the crypto bank, so it’s a circuitous route to the same vision,” said Barhydt.

To clarify, a “crypto bank” is not really much of a bank at all. As Barhydt has explained in the past, Abra turns the user’s phone into their own bank using Bitcoin and Litecoin-based smart contracts. By not taking custody of user funds, Abra is able to avoid a variety of costly regulations around the world.

Later in the interview, Barhydt hinted that Abra could be extended to offer much more than currencies in their app, pointing out his intention to provide individuals in developing markets with the ability to gain exposure to Apple stock by way of nothing more than a smartphone with some bitcoin on it.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bill Barhydt on Abra’s Pivot From P2P Money Transfers to “Crypto Banking”

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bill Barhydt on Abra’s Pivot From P2P Money Transfers to “Crypto Banking”

Abra is a bitcoin-powered investment and payments app that first came to light at Launch Festival 2015 where it won the top prize at the event. The app uses bitcoin and litecoin smart contracts to represent the value of practically any fiat currency along with 20 crypto assets in the user’s wallet, where the user is always in complete control of their own private keys.

While Abra was originally pitched as an app for permissionless, borderless money transfers, the startup is now entering the realm of “crypto banking.” Abra CEO Bill Barhydt explained this change of focus in a recent interview with angel investor Jason Calacanis on This Week in Startups.

What Is Abra?

Abra was founded in 2014 when the bitcoin price was on the decline. At that time (and some would argue still today), the two main use cases of bitcoin were as a store of value (digital gold) and a conduit for permissionless, digital payments (think Wikileaks donations).

According to Barhydt, it was at this time that Abra decided to try out another often-touted use case of this new technology: programmable money. Through the use of multisignature contracts and oracles, Abra has been able to peg the value of the bitcoin (and now litecoin) in a user’s wallet to their local fiat currency. This effectively gives the user the permissionless nature of bitcoin without the price volatility.

Unlike other apps, such as Coinbase, that allow users to convert between bitcoin and fiat currency, Abra enables the user to always be in full control of their digital money.

Users are able to move money in and out of the Abra app through a variety of methods, including bank transfers and so-called Abra Tellers. These tellers are effectively individuals who will take physical cash from someone in exchange for digital assets on the Abra app or vice versa.

The Abra Pivot

Abra’s teller system has worked well enough for powering money transfers in the areas of the world where it is already active, but the startup quickly realized their users were using the app for reasons they did not originally intend.

“People were starting to use the tellers to actually buy bitcoin,” Barhydt said. “Our customers [were] pulling us to basically become an investment vehicle using crypto because it turns out we had a phenomenal user experience. It wasn’t a trading-like experience. It was a very Venmo-like experience on a phone.”

After interviewing some of their users, Abra found that many people simply wanted to gain access to bitcoin and altcoins in a simple, easy-to-use app on their phones. Abra was already uniquely setup to make this happen rather quickly with bank transfers available in the western world and their teller network growing in developing markets.

Becoming a “Crypto Bank”

Now that Abra has turned into a cryptocurrency investment platform, that aspect of the app can help bootstrap the payments part of the equation. This is similar to how bitcoin itself has grown as a medium of exchange as more people have viewed it as a potential store of value (more on this dynamic here).

Any two users on the app are able to send money to each other for free. There is only an effective charge when a user is exchanging between two different currencies.

“Now, we’re actually an investment vehicle and a payments vehicle, so it kind of becomes the crypto bank, so it’s a circuitous route to the same vision,” said Barhydt.

To clarify, a “crypto bank” is not really much of a bank at all. As Barhydt has explained in the past, Abra turns the user’s phone into their own bank using Bitcoin and Litecoin-based smart contracts. By not taking custody of user funds, Abra is able to avoid a variety of costly regulations around the world.

Later in the interview, Barhydt hinted that Abra could be extended to offer much more than currencies in their app, pointing out his intention to provide individuals in developing markets with the ability to gain exposure to Apple stock by way of nothing more than a smartphone with some bitcoin on it.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Golem, the "Airbnb for Computers," Launches on Ethereum Mainnet in Beta

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Golem, the Airbnb for Computers, Launches on Ethereum Mainnet in Beta

After two years in development, one of Ethereum’s earliest initial coin offering (ICO) projects has finally launched on the Ethereum mainnet. The Brass Beta version of Golem went live today, April 10, 2018, the project announced on its website.

On November 11, 2016, Golem raised 820,000 ether — worth $8 million at the time — in 29 minutes. “We’ve come a long way. From being one of the first crowdfunded projects, way past the challenges we had to face while navigating the uncharted territory that is building Golem, the time has come to take the big step: mainnet launch is here,” the project wrote.

Initially advertised as an “Airbnb” for computers, the idea behind Golem is to create a global market for your idle computing power. You can rent out your unused computing power and you will be paid for it in cryptocurrency — in this case, the Golem Network tokens (GNT).

Ultimately, the goal for Golem is to make just about anything that requires heavy computer lifting — think computer generated images (CGI) rendering, scientific calculation, machine learning and more — both affordable and accessible.

Supercomputer on a Blockchain

During its early concept phase, Golem saw itself as a “supercomputer on a blockchain.” Combined with other technologies, “it will replace the huge data centers that currently power the internet, and become the decentralized (and therefore non-monopolized and more secure) computing power behind the entire internet and just about everything on it,” Eddy Azar, a former Golem spokesperson wrote in describing Golem in October 2016.

That said, every project needs to start somewhere, and, for now, the single use case for the Golem Brass Beta version will be rendering 3D computer graphics, allowing a user to distribute the CGI processing of any Blender and LuxRender scene over the Golem network.  

Risks are inherent in any beta version of a software, and Golem is clear in letting people know about those. The project states, “... even though this new stage will expose our project to diverse risks, it is not possible (or responsible) to say a product is finalized without real users.”  

Will It Scale?

Of course, scalability will become a potential issue for Golem — and the big question is, will Ethereum, which slowed to a grind when the popularity of CryptoKitties exploded, be able to handle the increased use?  

Brass Golem is the first stage in the project’s roadmap. The next big leap will be Clay Golem, then Stone Golem, and finally, Iron Golem. With each release, the platform will be upgraded and become more powerful as it approaches its full potential.

Alongside the release of Brass Beta, Golem has also announced a bug bounty competition, where users can earn money to spot and report bugs in the software.  

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

CRYPTO INSIDER: Bitcoin is more like the flu than you think

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Barclays ran an epidemiological model comparing a theoretical speculative asset to bitcoin. You can probably guess what happened next. The bank concluded that the spread of bitcoin mania has "clear parallels with compartmental models of the spread of an infectious disease in epidemiology." Ouch. 

Here are the current crypto prices:

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What's happening:

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Bitcoin is more like the flu than you think

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Barclays ran an epidemiological model comparing a theoretical speculative asset to bitcoin. You can probably guess what happened next. The bank concluded that the spread of bitcoin mania has "clear parallels with compartmental models of the spread of an infectious disease in epidemiology." Ouch. 

Here are the current crypto prices:

bitcoin price today

What's happening:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Bitcoin is more like the flu than you think

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Barclays ran an epidemiological model comparing a theoretical speculative asset to bitcoin. You can probably guess what happened next. The bank concluded that the spread of bitcoin mania has "clear parallels with compartmental models of the spread of an infectious disease in epidemiology." Ouch. 

Here are the current crypto prices:

bitcoin price today

What's happening:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Bitcoin is more like the flu than you think

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Barclays ran an epidemiological model comparing a theoretical speculative asset to bitcoin. You can probably guess what happened next. The bank concluded that the spread of bitcoin mania has "clear parallels with compartmental models of the spread of an infectious disease in epidemiology." Ouch. 

Here are the current crypto prices:

bitcoin price today

What's happening:

New to Crypto Insider? Business Insider has a ton of articles to get you caught up to speed, including:

What other questions do you have about crypto? Ask them in Business Insider's Crypto Insider Facebook group today to discuss with readers from all over the world, as well as BI editorial staff. 

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(+) Ripple and Stellar Decline on Monday as Competition Intensifies

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The iPhone is hands down 'the dominant device brand among teens' (AAPL)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

iPhone teens

  • Teens are buying more iPhones each time Piper Jaffray Senior Analyst Michael Olson runs his periodic survey. 
  • 82% of teens surveyed have the iPhone.
  • Olson, unlike many analysts, sees the iPhone as somewhat of a strength for Apple going forward.

Teens continue to love the Apple. That's the big takeaway of Piper Jaffray's semi-annual "Taking Stock With Teens" survey.

The survey of roughly 6,000 teens, with an average age of 16.4 years, found 82% of respondents own an iPhone, making for the "highest percentage we have seen in our survey (up from 78% in Fall-17)," according to senior analyst Michael Olson.

"Overall, we view the survey data as a sign that Apple's place as the dominant device brand among teens remains intact."

Olson, who has a $200 price target on Apple, about 16% above current levels, believes teens will continue to choose the iPhone over its smartphone peers.

"We believe iPhone may have further room to grow with 84% of teens anticipating their next phone purchase to be an iPhone," he said. 

And while some on Wall Street think Apple should pivot away from the iPhone and towards services in order to drive long-term growth, Olson isn't so sure.

He says, "An expanded array of next gen iPhones should drive ongoing upgrades well Into FY19." 

Apple is up almost 2% Tuesday, and little changed on the year. 

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Promoted: Smart Startup Token Brings Blockchain Security to Small Business Legal Transactions

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Properly upholding legal agreements is critical to a successful startup business. Despite their importance, falling short in fulfilling these agreements is often a recurring obstacle for small and medium-sized companies.

Embracing the cutting edge in frictionless transparency and security, the Smart Startup Company wants to use smart contracts on a blockchain to solve this universal issue. Through their innovative model, SMRT will provide the smart contract on-ramp for startups and businesses seeking an efficient tool for legal contracts.

Using a model the company has coined “the vending machine,” Smart Startup Token (SMRT) dispenses templates of multipurpose smart contracts, which serve as programmatic legal documents.

Here is how the process will work:

Businesses will be able to choose a template, insert their SMRT token, and move forward to complete a contract with the option of engaging an advisor for assistance. In this way, SMRT is developing a niche at the intersection of legal agreements and blockchain-based software tethered to data support and AI.

Smart Startup seeks to assist businesses with four common contractual areas: business formation, intellectual property, funding and trading. In this way, the business will serve as a decentralized marketplace where simplified smart contract templates can be used to codify and enforce deals.  In this ecosystem, the SMRT token is the access mechanism for a business  desiring to complete a contract or engage with an advisor. 

Officials with Smart Startup said that they chose the blockchain to assist companies in the creation of legal documents because the technology affords a much easier and cheaper route for handling sensitive business activities. 

This novel concept is the brainchild of technology entrepreneur Simon Krystman, a passionate entrepreneur who has successfully set up a number of businesses in the digital and innovation space over the past 20 years. 

Most recently, Krystman has focused his energy on delivering products for startups and early stage companies tied to intellectual property, crowdfunding and network building. He is a passionate cryptocurrency enthusiast who made early investments in Bitcoin, and he is a huge advocate of the potential of blockchain technology to revolutionize the way people and businesses interact and build trust.

Krystman is supported by a business team possessing expertise in blockchain technology, AI, entrepreneurship, funding, intellectual property and government regulation. The team comes from a variety of professional areas including entrepreneurship, academia, and investment trading. One advisor is a member of the European Parliament.

“Smart Startup was formed on the basis that blockchain and smart contracts are a fantastic technology and we believe it is the future,” said Krystman. “We know that small businesses and startups don’t yet have the resources or understanding of this technology to implement it themselves, so we want to create a series of smart contracts that they can purchase in a cost effective manner and can easily embed them within their websites or marketplaces.”

When asked about Smart Startup’s vision, Krystman said, “We are making the blockchain accessible by assisting small businesses and startups at getting on the ‘blockchain ladder’ with a series of our low cost smart contracts. The solution will eventually be incorporated into a ‘frictionless trade platform’ for startups and small businesses. Using the trade platform, companies will be able to create important legal documents quickly and store them securely.”

As it delivers to businesses and startups a cheaper and easier method for handling sensitive business assets, the company is strategically positioning itself for a worldwide audience.

ICO Crowdsale and the Path Forward

Smart Startup Token has launched a pre-ICO campaign for building a prototype. Company leaders anticipate that this official crowdsale will launch in Q4 of 2018. Crowdsale distribution will be directed toward marketing efforts. The project allocation breakdown is as follows: 

Pre-ICO Fund Distribution

Team, Operations and Legal — 35 percent

Prototype — 15 percent

Crowdsale Marketing — 50 percent

Crowdsale Fund Distribution

Operations — 15 percent

Platform Design and Development — 20 percent

Contingency — 10 percent

Marketing — 55 percent

Says Krystman: “The cost for the product we are creating is not going to be in the millions, but the more marketing costs we have at hand the larger we can grow. Our team is capable of producing the solution, but it then comes down to a global marketing strategy which can be expensive.” 

With respect to where Smart Startup Token hopes to be in the next 12 to 18 months, Krystman offered these concluding thoughts: “We hope to have completed our Crowdsale and be in the development stage. We already have a few platforms willing to sign up with us. It really comes down to offering predefined Smart Contracts to businesses across the globe. Our aim is to utilize this technology for real-world solutions and get it implemented across the world.” 

The pre-ICO is ending soon. Visit smartstartuptoken.tech now.

Note: Trading and investing in digital assets is speculative and can be high-risk. Based on the shifting business and regulatory environment of such a new industry, this content should not be considered investment or legal advice.

This promoted article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

CoinTracker raises $1.5M to make tracking crypto investments easy for anyone

TechCrunch, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

It’s April, that means tax returns for people in the U.S. very soon. Given the breakout year that crypto had in 2017 — despite prices cooling down in recent months — and well-intended individuals might be thinking about whether to file taxes based on gains they enjoyed from bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. It’s good timing, then, […]

Skycoin Aims to Fix Fatal Flaws of Bitcoin and Ethereum

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May the Fork Be with You: Blockchain Casino Cloudbet Unveils Bitcoin Cash Giveaway

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Bitcoin Price Bubble Pops as Investors Develop Immunity to ‘Infection’, Barclays Claims

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The Bitcoin price bubble is popping, and Barclays says that this time it will not see a future recovery. Writing in a Tuesday note to clients, a group of Barclays analysts led by Joseph Abate argued that Bitcoin and other so-called asset bubbles chart a similar course to the spread of infectious diseases, which plateaus

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A "Law-Abiding" Blockchain Alternative for India’s Financial Exchanges

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A Law-Abiding Blockchain Alternative for India’s Financial Exchanges

On April 5, 2018, a blow to bitcoin occurred when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) banned banks and regulated financial entities from dealing with cryptocurrency.

Despite the media report that 10 percent of Bitcoin transactions happen in India, the news does not come as a surprise, considering how the nation has clamped down on cryptocurrency regulation so far this year. Since 2013, the nation’s financial regulators have warned about the difficulties of controlling cryptocurrencies and, like most other stricter regulatory governments, preventing the new asset classes’ most nefarious use cases: money laundering and terrorist financing.

The Indian regulators’ treatment of cryptocurrency is even less of a surprise when considering what they have done in the past to their own fiat currency, the Indian rupee. Back in 2016, the RBI announced the demonetization (stripping a currency of its value) of all 500 and 1,000 banknotes of the Indian rupee, stating the action would help crack down on murky shadow economy activity (counterfeiting, terrorism, etc.).

Based on this information, it’s not a stretch to assume that a seemingly anonymous and sovereignless computer currency should seem out of RBI’s monetary policy comfort zone. Taking the time to perform due diligence might also be a detracting task for a government that wants to maintain tight regulatory control but also has other, more politically crucial projects to execute.

India’s Other Political Projects

In a 2018 world economic report, the International Monetary Fund stated that Asia accounted for over half of the world’s economic growth within the last year; within Asia, India has been recognized as the fastest-growing nation.

Another report indicated that to meet its accelerating growth, India has invested a record $18 billion this year (March 2017-18) to build and improve roads. These efforts are a part of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s greater goals and promises to increase employment and connectivity through increased government spending on infrastructure.

Even as the RBI is banning financial entities from dealing with cryptocurrency, it continues to explore blockchain technology and the utility of employing its own cryptocurrency. One company that worked as an advisor and eventually contributed to a white paper RBI published on blockchain technology is MonetaGo. On its website, MonetaGo describes itself as “simple blockchain integration with legacy systems,” that “works with financial institutions and central banks around the world to provide permissioned blockchain solutions.” In a word, MonetaGo does private blockchains. Also, they take credit as the first real (meaning live with no fall-back system) blockchain deployment solution in India and one of a few worldwide.

While the MonetaGo CTO Brendan Taylor explicitly stated that the Reserve Bank of India had “nothing to do with this particular deployment,” he did state that “the RBI has been publicly supportive of exploring blockchain technology for the use cases we [MonetaGo] are examining.”

Hashing to Prevent “Shotgunning”

Bitcoin Magazine spoke to Taylor to find out more about MonetaGo’s deployed blockchain solution. Essentially, MonetaGo provides a platform that prevents fraud when financing receivables. The Reserve Bank of India has provided three licenses to three exchange entities: RXIL, A.TReDS and M1xhange. (Note: These licenses are not directly related to the MonetaGo platform; they are for operation of the exchanges normal business.) Even though each of these exchanges competes within India’s receivable financing market, they can use MonetaGo to prevent systemic fraud, financing the same receivable on multiple exchanges simultaneously.

“It’s a pretty common flaw in the U.S. and anywhere else in the world where you’re financing an asset. It’s called ‘shooting the gap’ or ‘shotgunning.’ Someone tries to finance an asset multiple times as quickly as possible by as many financiers as possible,” said Taylor.

In a nutshell, the platform hashes information necessary for each receivable to be identified as a “digital fingerprint” then shares it across the platform — meaning among the three exchanges — so that duplication can be flagged. For those who know slightly less about financing assets than they do about cryptocurrencies, MonetaGo’s value can be thought of as preventing a double-spend in India’s receivable financing market.

For cases in which the information of an existing invoice is altered to appear new, MonetaGo's network doesn’t block the financing, but it does still alert exchanges so they can perform additional due diligence. MonetaGo doesn't participate itself in the network. Since it’s decentralized across the exchanges, MonetaGo does not control the data: It simply built and maintains the platform.

No Tokens, No Regulators, No Problems

According to Taylor, it’s difficult to say how often this type of fraud happens in India. Exchanges like these have only been operating for about a year. And though this use case of preventing fraud in financing receivables might seem minor compared to the more ambitious blockchain applications that have been conceptualized, Taylor admitted they will continue assessing the financial supply chain for more opportunities.

In the simplest terms, MonetaGo’s regulatory advantage is that they do not use tokens.

“The only purpose of the network is to transfer information between people and ensure the integrity of that data,” said Taylor. MonetaGo’s role is to transfer information among the three competitive exchanges.

He then laid out the fundamental difference between what MonetaGo does versus a blockchain enterprise solution that uses a token:

“A token essentially allows for accounting arithmetic to be performed on a blockchain to maintain value of a particular asset while transferring ownership of it. We [MonetaGo] are not doing that because we are not transferring any value or ownership of anything. We are just transferring information from one party to another — that’s the fundamental difference.”

He went on to explain that although this live deployment lined up just as RBI banned financial entities from dealing with cryptocurrencies, MonetaGo has been working on its blockchain solution platform since 2015. According to Taylor, deploying a tokenless blockchain solution takes significant time and effort, “It’s no mean feat to get a bunch of competitors to agree upon the same technology to use.”


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Nano to Match $1M in Legal Fund Donations to Support BitGrail Hack Victims

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Nano to Match $1M in Legal Fund Donations to Support BitGrail Hack Victims

The battle over who was at fault when millions of nano (XRB) vanished from an Italian cryptocurrency exchange earlier this year rages on. In the latest twist to the story, the Nano Foundation is launching a legal fund to support the victims and says it will match up to $1 million in donations.

Stepping back, in February 2018, 17 million XRB, worth $170 million at the time, went missing from BitGrail, rendering the exchange insolvent. Accusations and speculation followed. BitGrail owner Francesco Firano (better known by his pseudonym “the Bomber” on social media) insisted the problem stemmed from a bug in Nano, while the Nano team pointed their fingers at BitGrail. Meanwhile, the victims of the breach were left to wonder whether this was a planned exit scam or an outside hack.

Lawsuit

Some of the victims placed the blame on Nano, and on April 6, 2018, a class action lawsuit was filed, charging Nano (formerly RaiBlocks) and its core team members with selling securities and alleging that the team encouraged investors to open accounts on the distressed and unknown BitGrail exchange. The class action is also seeking a court ordered “rescue fork” to return funds lost in the hack.  

Now, in what appears to be a direct response to the lawsuit, the Nano Foundation announced on a Medium post on April 9, 2018, a fund to support the victims of the breach in their legal efforts to reclaim those funds. “We felt it was important to help ensure that victims who could not afford their own representation would receive the same quality of representation as those who could,” Nano Foundation wrote.

Enter Enger

Nano claims it reached out to Espen Enger, a citizen of Norway, who now represents over 1,400 BitGrail victims throughout February 2018. (Enger, himself a victim of the breach, posted a March 12, 2018 video update of his efforts on YouTube.)

After a series of discussions, Nano says it “became confident that Mr. Enger was the best-prepared person to manage a legal fund and a large group of BitGrail victims in their pursuit of justice in Italy.” Shortly thereafter, Nano met with Enger and the Italian law firm BonelliErede.

As a result of these meetings, the Nano Foundation decided to match the contributions of the victims to the legal fund established by Enger up to $1 million. The hope is the gesture will encourage a windfall of donations and establish a total legal fund valued at $2 million.

So far, the victims represented by Enger have raised over $300,000 in a variety of currencies; Nano’s contributions will raise that to $600,000. Nano claims the legal fund will be spent solely on behalf of the victims in their efforts to pursue their legal interests in connection with the BitGrail insolvency.

“Mr. Enger has assured us that any money remaining after those efforts will be returned to the victims,” Nano said in the statement, adding, “Beyond the donations we make, Nano Foundation will not have any access to or control over the funds.”

Nano also says future updates regarding the victims’ legal actions will come from Enger. Meanwhile, Nano continues to hold its ground, stating: “To date, all reliable evidence we have reviewed continues to point to a bug in BitGrail’s exchange software as the reason for the loss of funds.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin Price Stabilizes at $6,700 as Cryptocurrency Market Slips

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

On April 9, the bitcoin price recorded a minor drop from $7,100 to $6,700, by around 4 percent. The $400 drop in the bitcoin price was not expected by investors. Bitcoin Fundamentals Yesterday, various technical indicators and momentum oscillators pointed toward short-term stability for bitcoin. The relative strength index (RSI) and Williams’ Percent Range (WPR)

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Bitcoin mania has 'clear parallels' to the spread of infectious diseases

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Barclays said Tuesday that the crypto craze has clear parallels to the spread of infectious disease. 
  • The bank made a model of a theoretical speculative asset based on the techniques epidemiologists use to track diseases.
  • Bitcoin's actual price history shows plenty of similarities to the model's predictions.
  • Bitcoin's peak price may also have passed, the bank said. 
  • You can track the price of bitcoin in real-time here.

The crypto craze that swept the world this past winter spread much like epidemiologists would expect an infectious disease to circulate, according to new research from Barclays.

Analysts at the bank made a model of a theoretical speculative asset based on the types of models epidemiologists use to track diseases. The analysts compared the model's predictions to bitcoin's actual price swings over the past seven years to see how bitcoin's path may play out in the future — and the results are shockingly similar.

"We developed a theoretical model of an asset price with a pool of speculative investors and compared it with actual Bitcoin price behaviour to see what it might imply for the future dynamics," the bank said in its 63 rd annual Gilt Study on Tuesday. "The model has clear parallels with compartmental models of the spread of an infectious disease in epidemiology."

As the hype for cryptocurrencies continued to swell, so did the price. But this can only happen for so long, Barclays explains, much like the spread of an infection among a population. Here's more:

"As more of the population become asset holders, the share of the population available to become new buyers – the potential ‘host’ population – falls, while the share of the population that are potential sellers (‘recoveries’) increases. Eventually, this leads to a plateauing of prices, and progressively, as random shocks to the larger supply population push up the ratio of sellers to buyers (Figure 5), prices begin to fall. That induces speculative selling pressure as price declines are projected forward exponentially. Analogously, this occurs with infectious diseases when the immunity threshold is reached; ie, the point at which a sufficient portion of the population becomes immune such that there are no more secondary infections."

Since the beginning of 2018, cryptocurrency prices across the board have taken a dramatic turn from their astronomical rise in the previous year. The price of bitcoin, still far and away the flagship cryptocurrency, has been cut in half in just three months. 

Historically, bitcoin price records — and crashes — have been followed by even higher prices, but this time might be different.

"Unlike past peaks in Bitcoin prices, the survey evidence, based on our modeling, suggests that the speculative bubble in crypto currencies may have passed its peak," said Barclays.

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BARCLAYS: Crypto is facing 4 huge hurdles before it can be truly mainstream

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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  • Crypto technologies like blockchain, as well as cryptocurrencies, face four "critical" challenges before mainstream acceptance.
  • That's according to Barclays' annual Equity Gilt Study for 2018, which was released Tuesday.
  • The challenges include being widely accepted and trusted, as well as being private.
  • "Crypto technologies are a solution still seeking a problem," Marvin Barth, Barclays' global head of FX strategy said at an event to launch the report.


LONDON — Four huge hurdles face cryptocurrencies, and the wider crypto technology space, before they can be considered to be truly mainstream, according to the authors of Barclays' annual Equity Gilt Study for 2018.

The Equity Gilt study, a massive report chronicling the bank's thoughts on important topics in the world of global finance and economics, this year focuses on technology, particularly crypto and artificial intelligence — two subjects that many in markets believe have the potential to cause substantial disruption.

Crypto technologies such as blockchain, as well as cryptocurrencies, Barclays argued are "interesting" and "innovative," but still need to be proved to be actually useful.

"The title summarizes it all in fact," Marvin Barth, Barclays' global head of FX strategy, said at an event to launch the report. "Crypto technologies are a solution still seeking a problem."

He continued: "The bottom line here is that these are interesting, innovative technologies and they do enable solutions to a bunch of different problems we have encountered in finance and money before, but we already have solutions that are in place that seem to work pretty darn well. What these technologies are facing, is effectively overcoming four critical problems."

The four challenges, Barth, along with fellow authors Joseph Abate, Zoso Davies, and Tomasz Wieladek argue are as follows:

  1. Acceptance and trust — Basically whether or not the wider population will learn to accept the use of crypto tech in their day-to-day lives.
  2. Sovereignty and regulation — Crypto technologies also need to be adopted, or at least accepted, by governments, and need to be subject to regulations that don't overarch their abiding purpose.
  3. Privacy — The technology needs to provide privacy of a higher level than that of existing tech. "Privacy actually cuts both ways with these technologies," Barth noted.
  4. Irreversibility — The current technologies for blockchains are irreversible, which is not always a desirable feature in every aspect of commerce.

"At present, existing technologies appear to be sufficiently good, or even better, to deter broad crypto technology adoption in money and finance," the report's authors note.

To see whether or not crypto tech might be widely adopted, Barth told journalists that the bank "tried to look at cryptocurrencies, which are most developed, as a sort of case study for how do these critical challenges fit into their adoption."

"We did this via a cross country study, where we look at proxies for demand for cryptocurrencies across countries, and what are the characteristics of those countries that seem to be leading this demand.

"One of the interesting things we've seen is that contrary to some of the evangelists for cryptocurrencies, actually inflation doesn't seem to be a big issue that causes demand," he said. "It really is about trust and opportunity within societies."

Countries where cryptocurrencies have so far been most highly adopted for their actual purpose, rather than for simply trying to make money, are largely developing nations, where there is less trust in financial and governmental institutions.

"The places where we see the largest adjusted demand for these currencies tend to be low trust societies or developing countries with few other investment opportunities," Barth said.

Essentially, the societies where there will be long term demand for cryptocurrencies are those where it actually solves an existing social problem — such as a lack of trust in financial institutions.

"You don't have trust? Well here's a way to create trust through blockchain and a distributed ledger that allows people to check their transactions," Barth continued.

"That doesn't apply in advanced societies," he added, pointing to the fact that there is seemingly little desire to replace mainstream currencies in major economies.

Central bankers in such economies have also heavily criticised cryptocurrencies, with Bank of England Governor Mark Carney among the loudest voices.

Carney warned back in March that the digital currency could be heading for a "pretty brutal reckoning."

Another argument where bitcoin falls down, Barth pointed out, is in terms of the speed of payments, something often cited by crypto acolytes as one of their major advantages.

"A lot of people say 'These will be so much faster than the international payments we have now.' It's not clear that there is a Pareto achievement — that is that these are more desirable than what we have in place in terms of speed and complications," he said, before citing the regulatory issues around super fast payments.

Barclays is not, Barth said, a "slow behemoth who can't figure out technology and how to transfer money in a short period of time," but faces serious regulatory barriers which stop it from undertaking ultra fast transactions.

"We can do it like that," he said, clicking his fingers.

"The issue is that we have regulations that require us to check who we're sending it to, who it's coming from, and whether they're money laundering or not."

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Coinbase might become a brokerage firm

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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US cryptocurrency company Coinbase is in talks with the US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to be registered as a licensed brokerage firm and electronic trading venue.

Crypto exchange operators like Coinbase are conventionally not allowed to offer assets to their clients that the SEC deems to be securities.

However, as a licensed brokerage, Coinbase would be allowed to expand its offerings to securities, and thereby such assets. Companies raised $4 billion via initial coin offerings (ICOs) throughout Q1 2018, according to The The Wall Street Journal, meaning there is likely a plethora of new coins that Coinbase would be able to offer to its clients if it ends up becoming a brokerage.

Here are two important implications tied to Coinbase's move to become a brokerage:

  • Brokers must comply with strict regulations. Registering as a brokerage would likely drive the SEC to examine the company under different rules. These include combing through Coinbase’s trading records, or the systems that it uses to protect its customers from cybersecurity threats. Hence, Coinbase should make sure that it operates according to brokerage regulations before submitting its application.
  • Crypto companies issuing tokens would likely benefit. Many companies issuing tokens, including Ripple, have not been able to get listed on exchanges like Coinbase, likely due to those coins being considered securities by the SEC. Coinbase getting licensed as a brokerage would give those companies new opportunities to get their coins listed, thereby boosting investor access to the tokens.

This decision could fundamentally alter the cryptocurrency space in the US.Coinbase's decision to engage in talks with the SEC suggests it's confident that it will be able to comply with the necessary regulations for operating as brokerage. And, if successful in its application, Coinbase stands to create a far more diverse market for cryptocurrencies through its provision of these additional and varied tokens. Moreover, this move could push other cryptocurrency exchanges in the country to register with the SEC to compete with Coinbase, bringing more industry players under the oversight of the regulator.

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Indian Police Officers Implicated in Bitcoin Abduction, Extortion Crimes

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

An Indian Police department has accused 10 of its own policemen for a number of crimes including kidnapping and extortion in a scheme that involved 200 bitcoins, approx. $1.35 million in current prices. The Crime Investigation Department (CID) of the west-Indian state of Gujarat has filed a preliminary FIR (First Information Report) to start proceedings

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Rangebound: Bitcoin Bulls Need Break Above $7.5K

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin lacks clear bias today, but a decisive session in either direction would likely define the trend going forward.

South Korea’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Exchange Posts 171x Revenue Spike in 2017

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bithumb, South Korea’s largest cryptocurrency-to-fiat exchange, has increased its revenue 171-fold in 2017. Exponential Growth BTCKorea, the parent company of Bithumb, is a public company that is being traded on South Korea’s stock exchange KRX. It is required to publicly release its earnings and given that its only subsidiary company is Bithumb, the revenue and

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'Bitcoin Day' Proves Argentina's Crypto Love Is Alive and Well

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Argentina saw one of its largest-ever bitcoin events last week, one that showcased how it's still a regional leader in promoting the technology.

Crypto Exchange Gemini to Roll Out Bitcoin and Ether Block Trading

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The exchange's new feature will allow institutional investors to place large trades without driving prices up or down.

$1.6 Billion Chinese Fund Launches in Support of Blockchain Startups

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

$1.6 Billion Chinese Fund Launches in Support of Blockchain Startups

Blockchain startups in China now have a new source of funding they can tap into.

Today, April 9, 2018, the Xiong’An Global Blockchain Innovation Fund launched with $1.6 billion (10 billion yuan) to funnel into promising Chinese blockchain startups. The announcement took place during the grand opening of the Hangzhou Blockchain Industrial Park in China. The industrial park, which will also serve as an incubation center for the startups, is located in one of the biggest tech hubs in China, Hangzhou city in Zhejiang province, home to e-commerce giant Alibaba.

The Xiong’An Global Blockchain Innovation Fund was jointly funded by the Yuhang District Government, the Future Science and Technology City Administrative Committee, and the Hangzhou Yanqi Investment Management Co. “Government-guided funds” accounted for 30 percent of the investment, according to a report in Sohu.  

Xu Xiaoping, one of China’s most celebrated angels investors, will serve as the fund’s advisor. Xu is the founder of ZhenFund, a venture capital firm that has invested in blockchain projects such as Stream and Lino. Li Xiaolai, a prominent Chinese Bitcoin investor and well-recognized figure in the cryptocurrency space, will manage the fund.

The fund’s announcement and the opening of the industrial park further establish Hangzhou as a rising center of blockchain technology in China. The government in Hangzhou has attached great importance to blockchain technology, ranking it just behind artificial intelligence and virtual reality technologies.

Notably, the announcement of the fund arrived just weeks after the government-affiliated Investment Association of China (IAC) rescinded its plans to establish a blockchain-funding center due to internal structural conflicts.

Several companies have been making a bid to support blockchain technology in China. In February 2018, Alibaba rival JD.com announced plans to launch a new Beijing-based accelerator program for artificial intelligence and blockchain startups. And in September 2017, the state-owned Bank of China (not to be confused with the People’s Bank of China, the country’s central bank) filed a patent application for a process for scaling blockchain systems.

Despite a spate of enthusiasm to delve into the blockchain space, all of these companies will have to deal with the regulatory uncertainty in the country. In efforts to stem capital outflow and corruption, China has been increasingly clamping down on cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrency exchange trading.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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