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Irony Alert: JPMorgan Gets Sued for Bitcoin Fraud

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

If Jamie Dimon didn’t believe in karma before, he may be a believer now. JPMorgan has been hit with a class-action lawsuit on allegations of tacking on unannounced layers of fees plus interest after pulling the rug out from under the feet of cryptocurrency investors, according to a Reuters report. No wonder the decentralized revolution

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Hedge Fund Manger Lists Multi-Million Dollar Townhouse in Bitcoin…for a 50% Premium

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

The real estate industry is increasingly embracing bitcoin as a form of payment. Most recently, hedge fund manager Claudio Guazzoni de Zanett has put his Manhattan townhome on the market for nearly $30 million in USD or $45 million in cryptocurrencies, according to a story in The Wall Street Journal. Zannett is hedging his bets, attaching a

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This Canadian Bank Is Reaching Out to Blockchain Startups and ICOs

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

This Canadian Bank Is Reaching Out to Blockchain Startups and ICOs

Financial institutions in Canada have largely embraced blockchain technology, with most major banks, including the central Bank of Canada, conducting pilot projects or at least research into the uses of blockchain technology in banking. In fact, the Bank of Canada has gained a reputation for blockchain-friendliness with its experiments with mock digital currencies and payment systems on the Ethereum blockchain.

As for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, they’ve mainly been getting the cold shoulder from Canadian banks, with most crypto startups having some difficulty getting bank accounts and accessing other banking services.

Addison Cameron-Huff, a Toronto-based technology lawyer and the president of Decentral Inc., told Bitcoin Magazine:

“Banking is still difficult in the Canadian blockchain industry. And especially so for businesses at the interface of the banking system and crypto.

“I don’t think any of the banks can be said to be very friendly in terms of business banking services (although they have made multimillion investments in blockchain companies).”

ATB Financial Steps Up to the Plate

Not so for ATB Financial, a bank based in the province of Alberta.

ATB Financial has established an Office of Innovation in Calgary, Alberta, designed to look at ways to provide banking services to new innovative startups, including blockchain and cryptocurrency businesses.

In an interview with Bitcoin Magazine, ATB Financial’s head of innovation, Mike Brown, said:

“We noted that access to basic business banking services was difficult for startups in the cryptocurrency space to acquire. We have recently undertaken a pilot, however, to provide banking services for a small group of cryptocurrency startups in order to understand how to mitigate those barriers that do exist for financial institutions.”

Brown says ATB’s pilot project is mainly meant “to build [their] knowledge and understanding of the nuances and unique challenges associated with this industry.”

As a qualifier, Brown notes that providing banking services to a cryptocurrency exchange, for example, doesn’t mean ATB Financial is either endorsing or providing an opinion of cryptocurrency as an investment vehicle.

Creating Smart Contracts for the Oil and Gas Sector

Oil and gas are the mainstays of Alberta’s economy; “Oil Settlement Day,” when oil royalty payments come due, is a big undertaking. This process is now being simplified by ATB’s work in helping to put oil contracts as smart contracts on the blockchain.

Brown told us:

“ATB has built a proof-of-concept blockchain to streamline oil and gas royalty payments. We have validated the model with the industry and have recently engaged two large industry players in designing the next round of solution development and pilot testing.”

Contract negotiations are done separately and then cemented onto the blockchain with ATB only seeing the payment details. All other terms are kept confidential among the negotiating partners.

Dave Bradley is the founder and chief innovation officer of Oleum Capital, an Alberta-based oil and gas services company working with ATB and regulators to launch an energy, oil and gas ICO. Bradley told us:

“ATB’s willingness to tackle the tough issues around AML/KYC in the Bitcoin and blockchain space has empowered a new wave of innovation in the province of Alberta.

“What we are doing at Oleum Capital (our oil and gas backed ICO) wouldn’t be possible without solid banking partners giving us a seat at the table,” added Bradley.

Alberta Is Crypto-Friendly

The province of Alberta has always prided itself on being business-friendly and open to new innovation.

Brown said:

“Generally within Alberta there is strong economic development support to support the growth of new industries — especially when they are able to leverage the strong human-capital that already exists here. To that end, Alberta lives up to its entrepreneur-friendly status and does approach most startup activity (including that in the realm of blockchain [technology]) differently.”

Brown told us there is a lot of activity in the crypto field right now in Alberta:

“There are currently several new cryptocurrency businesses being created in, and also moving to, Alberta. There are new exchanges, mining operations and ICOs.

“Being able to provide a solid banking relationship has been a critical component for many of these businesses. From the mining perspective, Alberta is taking off and there are several new large-scale installations taking place as we speak.”

A keen observer of the Canadian crypto scene, Amber D. Scott, CEO of Outlier Canada, said:

“It’s encouraging to see ATB taking an open approach to Bitcoin and blockchain companies. Mike Brown has a fascinating role — one that can help to build a bridge between the world of traditional banking/finance and technology. Canada has spawned some world-leading companies, but we’re not going to be able to keep them unless they can access basic services like banking.”

Cameron-Huff thinks there may be some movement in Canada toward a friendlier relationship between banks and cryptocurrency startups:

“Banks are still very wary of the industry and they don’t want exchange-like businesses, but the banks are slowly starting to understand that most people in the crypto space are not handling money — they’re developing new software.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Ripple Invests $25 Million of XRP in Blockchain Capital Fund

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

Ripple has invested $25 million of its XRP token into a fund created by notable industry venture capital firm Blockchain Capital.

CRYPTO INSIDER: Another Wall Street veteran has left for crypto

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

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Credit Suisse trader Nelson Minier has left for the cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, Business Insider's Frank Chaparro reports. He'll be joining a former Jefferies senior vice president on the Kraken's trading desk as the wave of Wall Streeters defecting to crypto firms continues. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Another Wall Street veteran has left for crypto

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Credit Suisse trader Nelson Minier has left for the cryptocurrency exchange Kraken, Business Insider's Frank Chaparro reports. He'll be joining a former Jefferies senior vice president on the Kraken's trading desk as the wave of Wall Streeters defecting to crypto firms continues. 

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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Etoro’s Greenspan: Wall Street is “Building Bridges” to Bitcoin

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

Mati Greenspan, a senior market analyst at Etoro, says that Wall Street is prepared to inject “new liquidity” into bitcoin, and that’s exactly what the market needs. Greenspan in an interview with Bloomberg addressed the market themes surrounding bitcoin and some of the issues facing the market as well as bitcoin as a payment method.

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Ledger Wallet Users Continue to See Bitcoin Cash Blackout

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

Ledger Wallet users were unable to access Bitcoin Cash in the past day due to a parser break with the new version of Bitcoin-ABC, the Bitcoin Cash node. The company reported on its website it has fixed the problem, and that all systems are currently operational. The company updated users on its website and on

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A disused coal power station will reopen to solely power crypto

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

A closed-down coal plant in Australia's Hunter Valley, about a two-hour drive north of Sydney, is reopening in order to provide inexpensive power for Bitcoin miners. A tech company called IOT Group has partnered with the local power company to revive...

The US is on its way to becoming a 'failed state'  — but there's hope

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

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  • "We are increasingly becoming a failed state because we cannot manage the economy to keep Americans safe and we cannot manage conflict among us," Susan Aaronson, a professor of international relations at George Washington University, told Business Insider.
  •  Trump's trade war has alienated US allies and strained military relationships.
  • A new Dallas Fed study shows the steel and aluminum tariffs will shave a quarter percentage point from annual US economic growth in the long-run.

Punitive trade tactics against NATO allies. A looming trade war against China. Military threats against Mexico. War bluster on Twitter.

It all adds up to a United States that is no longer viewed as a reliable partner around the world, either in security, trade, or much of anything.

"We are increasingly becoming a failed state because we cannot manage the economy to keep Americans safe and we cannot manage conflict among us," Susan Aaronson, a professor of international relations at George Washington University, tells Business Insider. "That is deeply worrisome."

A new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas estimates the likely negative effect of Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs on the US economy — and that’s a scenario well short of the possible trade war that Wall Street is worried about.

Trump's proposed steel and aluminum tariffs "would likely trim a quarter percent from US gross domestic product over the long run," the study finds.

"These materials are a direct input in the construction of large commercial and industrial structures and bridges and the production of automobiles and other transport equipment," write Dallas Fed researchers Michael Sposi and Kelvinder Virdi.

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"They are also used extensively as inputs for machines that produce entirely unrelated goods or services such as robots that assemble computer chips, farm equipment that harvests wheat and X-ray machines used in medicine. Thus, policies that affect the scarcity, or ultimately the price, of steel or aluminum could ripple through the entire economy."

For Aaronson, also a senior fellow at the Center for International Governance and Innovation says the consequences could be devastating because of their effect on eroding trust among US allies.

"Not only do you divide Americans but you basically undermine trust in the United States on multiple fronts," she said. "If his job is to put our needs first in fact he’s doing just the opposite."

Nevertheless, Aaronson sees plenty reason for hope and optimism:

"We also have a fabulous free press full of brave people, a very strong pushback from the court system, active and educated citizens who are committed to democratic means of nonviolent protests. So we have all these anti-corruption counterweights, which are really really important and which every day make me thrilled to be an American."

SEE ALSO: The US government is ramping up borrowing just as its biggest lender is pulling back

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A Q2 Price Boost? History Is On Bitcoin's Side

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

A study of historical bitcoin data makes a strong case in favor of the bulls for Q2 2018.

Ripple Invests $25 Million in XRP in Blockchain Capital’s $150 Million VC Fund

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

Ripple has announced a $25 million investment with its own cryptocurrency, XRP, in Blockchain Capital – the oldest investment fund for the crypto industry. Ripple has confirmed its participation in the Blockchain Capital Parallel IV LP Fund, a part of the latter’s fourth venture round which only accepts contributions in cryptocurrencies. In a statement to

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Cryptocurrency Project Ravencoin Gets Back to P2P Asset Transfer Basics

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

Cryptocurrency Project Ravencoin Gets Back to P2P Asset Transfer Basics

The cryptocurrency project “Ravencoin” published its first white paper on April 3, 2018. Entitled “Ravencoin: A Peer to Peer Electronic System for the Creation and Transfer of Assets,” the document is authored by CoinCPA founder Tron Black and Chainstone Labs founder Bruce Fenton, and seeks to offer information about the coin’s features which, until now, have largely been hidden from the public eye.

Ravencoin (RVN) was officially launched on January 3, 2018. Its website states that it “aims to implement a use-case-specific blockchain, designed to efficiently handle one specific function: the transfer of assets from one party to another.” Up until the publication of its white paper, most reading material relating to Ravencoin dealt with its ASIC-resistant hashing algorithm known as X16R.

Per the algorithm’s related paper, the “fixed order of ordinary hashing algorithms” aids in the construction of ASIC miners, but the X16R system consistently works to avoid this problem and others like it by “disrupting” these orders.

In correspondence with Bitcoin Magazine, Black said that RVN bears several resemblances to Bitcoin, with many of its advantages being extended to assets. In the future, he says Ravencoin will also bear features similar to Ethereum’s ERC20 and ERC721 contracts.

“The code can be duplicated, but our community is unique, and the response has been incredible,” he said. “RVN is very different than recent ICOs and coins that have centralized control. The community is run by others; it has a very early Bitcoin feel, so for anyone who loved the early Bitcoin days when the community was open, cooperative and super-friendly, they should take a look at RVN.”

Phase one for the coin is complete. An ASIC-resistant, proof-of-work coin that can be used as a platform for assets has been developed, and platform speed has been increased for future scalability.

Black says the next phases, which will be covered in a second white paper, will involve creating unique tokens, developing a messaging channel to allow communication between token issuers and holders, and adding issuable assets which he claims will be “much easier than existing solutions.”

“We’re not telling people how to use assets,” says Black. “We have a few use cases in mind, but as we’ve seen over the last few years, crypto platforms unlock tremendous creativity. Now that value moves as easily as email, we hope to provide an easy-to-use platform for anyone to make their own token and add their own value.”

Black also says that in the coming months, RVN holders will have the option to cast lodging votes. Most traditional shares are held in “street name,” which means casting any kind of vote can be difficult. Nasdaq, for example, must often hire third-parties to obtain the addresses of its shareholders. From there, voting forms are sent to the shareholders’ addresses, who then send their votes back via postal service.

It’s a long and potentially outdated practice, and Ravencoin’s white paper says it’s looking to digitize the process by bringing about speedier, more effective methods of communication to shareholders:

“The holders of a token can be notified of the vote, and, by automatically issuing a VOTE token to every holder, the vote can be automated from the client or through a web or mobile interface using the protocol built into Ravencoin. Tokens are created to represent votes. Ravencoin will create an exact number of VOTE tokens and distribute them 1:1 to the token holders. These votes can be sent via the protocol to addresses that tally the votes.”

Presently, Ravencoin doesn’t boast the power or volume of competing currencies like ether or XRP. The asset has a total market cap of roughly $30 million and is trading for about $0.03 at press time. It also does not sit among the top 100 coins.

However, this hasn’t stopped figures like Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne from investing hefty sums of money into its technology. In a recent interview with Business Insider, the entrepreneur and business executive says he’s already put millions of dollars into Ravencoin, which he alleges has more to offer than people realize.

“We think this coin actually has quite a future,” he said. “It’s about — it’s bitcoin, but a thousand times more energy efficient, and there are other real interesting virtues to it.”

Black claims that other organizations are now beginning to show interest in RVN assets for their projects, and he expects that enthusiasm to grow.

“Once we have assets working, we expect to have lots more interest as RVN is compared to other platforms,” he states. “Right now, we are just allowing organic growth where early adopters can mine/trade RVN tokens.”

Black describes the project as the “brainchild of Bruce Fenton.” Aside from his work with Chainstone Labs, Fenton is also the former executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation and the current managing director of Atlantic Financial Inc.

In an extended Twitter thread, Fenton claimed to be holding over six million RVN coins, all of which he says were mined through “fair” practices.

Fenton also pointed out that Ravencoin employs no “set asides” or “premined coins” and that the paper isn’t asking for any money. He says it is a legitimate technical paper and that Ravencoin is a “free and open-source community project.”

“Bruce has really helped set the tone for this project,” Black said. “His connections to the crypto community have really helped bring in the right people.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Cryptocurrency Project Ravencoin Gets Back to P2P Asset Transfer Basics

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

Cryptocurrency Project Ravencoin Gets Back to P2P Asset Transfer Basics

The cryptocurrency project “Ravencoin” published its first white paper on April 3, 2018. Entitled “Ravencoin: A Peer to Peer Electronic System for the Creation and Transfer of Assets,” the document is authored by CoinCPA founder Tron Black and Chainstone Labs founder Bruce Fenton, and seeks to offer information about the coin’s features which, until now, have largely been hidden from the public eye.

Ravencoin (RVN) was officially launched on January 3, 2018. Its website states that it “aims to implement a use-case-specific blockchain, designed to efficiently handle one specific function: the transfer of assets from one party to another.” Up until the publication of its white paper, most reading material relating to Ravencoin dealt with its ASIC-resistant hashing algorithm known as X16R.

Per the algorithm’s related paper, the “fixed order of ordinary hashing algorithms” aids in the construction of ASIC miners, but the X16R system consistently works to avoid this problem and others like it by “disrupting” these orders.

In correspondence with Bitcoin Magazine, Black said that RVN bears several resemblances to Bitcoin, with many of its advantages being extended to assets. In the future, he says Ravencoin will also bear features similar to Ethereum’s ERC20 and ERC721 contracts.

“The code can be duplicated, but our community is unique, and the response has been incredible,” he said. “RVN is very different than recent ICOs and coins that have centralized control. The community is run by others; it has a very early Bitcoin feel, so for anyone who loved the early Bitcoin days when the community was open, cooperative and super-friendly, they should take a look at RVN.”

Phase one for the coin is complete. An ASIC-resistant, proof-of-work coin that can be used as a platform for assets has been developed, and platform speed has been increased for future scalability.

Black says the next phases, which will be covered in a second white paper, will involve creating unique tokens, developing a messaging channel to allow communication between token issuers and holders, and adding issuable assets which he claims will be “much easier than existing solutions.”

“We’re not telling people how to use assets,” says Black. “We have a few use cases in mind, but as we’ve seen over the last few years, crypto platforms unlock tremendous creativity. Now that value moves as easily as email, we hope to provide an easy-to-use platform for anyone to make their own token and add their own value.”

Black also says that in the coming months, RVN holders will have the option to cast lodging votes. Most traditional shares are held in “street name,” which means casting any kind of vote can be difficult. Nasdaq, for example, must often hire third-parties to obtain the addresses of its shareholders. From there, voting forms are sent to the shareholders’ addresses, who then send their votes back via postal service.

It’s a long and potentially outdated practice, and Ravencoin’s white paper says it’s looking to digitize the process by bringing about speedier, more effective methods of communication to shareholders:

“The holders of a token can be notified of the vote, and, by automatically issuing a VOTE token to every holder, the vote can be automated from the client or through a web or mobile interface using the protocol built into Ravencoin. Tokens are created to represent votes. Ravencoin will create an exact number of VOTE tokens and distribute them 1:1 to the token holders. These votes can be sent via the protocol to addresses that tally the votes.”

Presently, Ravencoin doesn’t boast the power or volume of competing currencies like ether or XRP. The asset has a total market cap of roughly $30 million and is trading for about $0.03 at press time. It also does not sit among the top 100 coins.

However, this hasn’t stopped figures like Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne from investing hefty sums of money into its technology. In a recent interview with Business Insider, the entrepreneur and business executive says he’s already put millions of dollars into Ravencoin, which he alleges has more to offer than people realize.

“We think this coin actually has quite a future,” he said. “It’s about — it’s bitcoin, but a thousand times more energy efficient, and there are other real interesting virtues to it.”

Black claims that other organizations are now beginning to show interest in RVN assets for their projects, and he expects that enthusiasm to grow.

“Once we have assets working, we expect to have lots more interest as RVN is compared to other platforms,” he states. “Right now, we are just allowing organic growth where early adopters can mine/trade RVN tokens.”

Black describes the project as the “brainchild of Bruce Fenton.” Aside from his work with Chainstone Labs, Fenton is also the former executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation and the current managing director of Atlantic Financial Inc.

In an extended Twitter thread, Fenton claimed to be holding over six million RVN coins, all of which he says were mined through “fair” practices.

Fenton also pointed out that Ravencoin employs no “set asides” or “premined coins” and that the paper isn’t asking for any money. He says it is a legitimate technical paper and that Ravencoin is a “free and open-source community project.”

“Bruce has really helped set the tone for this project,” Black said. “His connections to the crypto community have really helped bring in the right people.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Large Retail Investors See an Opportunity in Bitcoin Despite Price Decline

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

The bitcoin price has been on a decline since January, and analysts believe the mid-term correction of bitcoin was caused by the massive sell-off by Fortress and Mt. Gox trustee. Still, retail investors are seeing a good opportunity to enter the cryptocurrency market. Institutional Demand Throughout its 10-year history, bitcoin has had many major corrections.

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Russian Blockchain and Cryptocurrency News Round-Up

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

Russian Blockchain and Cryptocurrency News Round-Up

With notes from Evgeny Korolev

Here are some of the top stories from the blockchain and cryptocurrency space in Russia over the past week. 

New ICO Legislation Stresses Liquidity, Formal Registration

The Russian Ministry of Communications has introduced a bill that will regulate ICO registration and project development.

The ICO and digital token legislation specifically looks to provide protections and liquidity for investors. According to the bill, ICOs must register with the Russian government and provide proof of at least a 100 million ruble operating budget, while the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media is charged with overseeing a five-year accreditation period for each project.

Among a laundry list of other requirements, the bill states that it is “the duty of the person issuing the digital tokens, [sic] to redeem the digital tokens at the nominal price (the price of placing the digital token) from any bearer of the digital token on the basis of an irrevocable public offer.”

This mandate is meant to pressure ICO teams into spending proceeds on project developments, but opponents aren’t convinced that it will sway them to this effect. Arseniy Schelcin, director of the Russian Association of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain, finds that “the document contains vague wording that can cause conflicts” as it “is not synchronized with existing bills.”

“It is difficult to comment on this decision in any of its variations, because it is divorced from reality,” he told Russian news outlet, Kommersant.

Russia’s First Ruble-to-Bitcoin Exchange Opens in Moscow

Not to be confused with Sberbank, a popular Russian bank, Sberkoin opened up its office in Moscow last week. The exchange is the first of its kind in Russia, allowing its customers to purchase bitcoin directly with the Russian ruble. At this time, the exchange only offers fiat pairs with bitcoin.

The exchange claims to be operating within legal limits, though with unresolved cryptocurrency legislation wading through Russia’s legislature, its legal status is somewhat in a state of limbo. Still, current laws do not prohibit the sale of bitcoin in Russian territories, so Vladimir Yurasov, a partner at a Moscow law firm, argues that there’s no reason for concern.


In any democratic society, including Russia, if something is not prohibited, it must be legal. In the federal legislation there are no provisions prohibiting the use of bitcoin in financial transactions. The purchase and sale of bitcoins does not violate the Civil Code.”

Russian Central Bank Looks to Complete Integration of Masterchain DL

The Russian Central Bank is considering using Masterchain, an Ethereum-derived protocol, to send financial messages through SWIFT within the Eurasian Economic Union.

Under the supervision of Russia’s Central Bank, the Russian Fintech Organization has been developing the Masterchain distributed ledger since 2016, testing its first operational version in 2017.

Olga Skorobogatova, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Central Bank, believes that the government will “discuss the options for using this project already this year.” Originally developed for Russia, the bank hopes to deploy the system throughout the European Economic Area.

Miners Tagged With Taxes

The Russian Government is amending tax code to accommodate miners.

Circulating through Russia’s lower legislative house, the bill labels mining as an “entrepreneurial activity.” As such, miners will have to register with the government, either as an individual entrepreneur or as a legal entity. Depending on how they register, miners could be subject to a 24 percent corporate tax rate if they register as a legal entity.

In addition to these amendments, Russian legislators are considering a tax of roughly 13 percent on all cryptocurrency investing or trading profit.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Dow tumbles 200 points as Trump tweets ratchet up Russia tensions

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

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  • President Donald Trump roiled markets once again on Wednesday with tweets that escalated tensions with Russia.
  • Traders shrugged off monthly US consumer price data that was in line with economist estimates.
  • The loss marks a reversal of two days of gains driven largely by reduced fears around a global trade war.
  • Follow the Dow Jones industrial average and Nasdaq 100 index.

US stocks tumbled Wednesday as President Donald Trump escalated tensions with Russia through a series of tweets, rattling investor nerves at a time when fears of a global trade war were starting to ebb.

Equity futures extended losses just before 7 a.m. ET as Trump tweeted: "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and "smart!" You shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!"

The decline worsened on a second Russia-focused tweet from Trump roughly 45 minutes later, and pre-market losses reached as much as 1.2%. In early regular trading, the Dow Jones industrial average sank as much as 0.9%, or 212 points, while the S&P 500 lost 0.5%. The more tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 index slid 0.3%.

As Trump's latest tweets dominated headlines, US investors shrugged off a Labor Department report showing US consumer prices in March were in line with economist estimates. Traders have been keenly focused on inflation readings in recent months as they search for any signals that the Federal Reserve will alter its pace of monetary tightening.

Yet while the degree of Wednesday's stock market decline may seem jarring, it should be noted that the Dow surged almost 500 points over the two days prior, meaning this decline hasn't even erased half of that. Overall, the market's recent propensity for large moves shows that the low-volatility doldrums of 2017 are over, and suggests multi-hundred-point Dow fluctuations are the new normal.

Of course, Trump hasn't helped matters much, and the surge in volatility is a clear byproduct of his recent actions. Prior to today's situation with Russia, the president had been locked in a trade stare down with China for weeks, stoking investor fears of retaliation.

It's also possible that the selling is being driven by a shift in investment tactics that's been highlighted by Bank of America. After years of riding the so-called "buy the dip" strategy to success, investors seem to have flipped the switch, and are now "selling the rip" — or using periods of strength as an excuse to offload holdings.

Check out Business Insider's in-depth coverage of the market's recent turbulence:

Elsewhere in global equity markets, the Shanghai Composite rose 0.6%, while the Stoxx Europe 600 slipped 0.7%.

In the bond market, the 10-year US Treasury yield fell two basis points, to 2.76%, near the key 3% level that traders are closely watching. Bank of America Merrill Lynch has said a trade war could move yields higher in the medium-to-long term.

Here's a rundown of other asset classes:

SEE ALSO: BANK OF AMERICA: A wildly successful stock-trading strategy is no longer working — and it signals that a bubble has burst

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Computer Users Face Growing Threat from Cryptojacking — Report

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

NCSC: Computer Users Face Growing Threat from Cryptojacking — Report

Computer users now have one more thing to worry about: cybercriminals secretly taping into your CPU or GPU to mine cryptocurrencies. Due to an ability to access your computer via a web browser, “cryptojacking” is on the rise, cautioned a British government agency.

“The technique of delivering cryptocurrency miners through malware has been used for several years, but it is likely in 2018-19 that one of the main threats will be a newer technique of mining cryptocurrency which exploits visitors to a website,” the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre

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(NCSC) wrote in its annual report on April 10, 2018.

Some History

While other types of malware have to find a way to trick you into downloading software, in-browser cryptojacking malware doesn’t require you to install a program. Instead, hackers infect a website or an online ad with JavaScript code that auto-executes once it loads in your browser. The cryptomining code then does its job in the background while you continue using your computer as normal. A lag in performance may be the only clue that a computer has been compromised.  

Cryptojacking took off in September 2017 when Coinhive published a JavaScript miner that could start mining the ASIC-resistant cryptocurrency Monero (XMR) after a webpage loaded. “Your users run the miner directly in their browser and mine XMR for you in turn for an ad-free experience, in-game currency or whatever incentives you can come up with,” Coinhive says on its website.

Shortly after, popular torrent download site Pirate Bay incorporated Coinhive as part of a new monetization scheme that would replace the advertisements that normally keep the site afloat. “We really want to get rid of all the ads. But we also need enough money to keep the site running,” Pirate Bay said in a blog post on September 16, 2017.

During the later part of 2017, Coinhive clones started popping up left and right. Hackers  even found ways to inject the scripts into popular websites like Politifact.com and Showtime unbeknownst to the site owners. Today, the internet is rife with in-browser miners.

Global Problem

As pointed out in the NCSC report, in December 2017, Check Point revealed that 55 percent of businesses globally were impacted by cryptominers. “Popular websites are likely to continue to be targets for compromise, serving cryptomining malware to visitors, and software is available that, when run in a webpage, uses the visiting computer's spare computer processing power to mine the digital currency Monero,” the NCSC says.

The report also points out that in February 2018, over 4,000 websites worldwide, including many government ones, were affected by the cryptojacking script. The problem was eventually traced to a website plug-in called Browsealoud, used to help blind and partially sighted people access the web.

Using an ad blocker or antivirus program with features that block browser mining is the best way to prevent crypto hijacking, the report advised. (There's also a Chrome extension called No Coin that blocks cryptocurrency miners like Coinhive.)

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Let Go and Lead: The Patterns That Sabotage Effective Leadership

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

A habituated mindset, probably created in the past, can lock a founder into wrongheaded decisions that can cripple a startup. Recognizing the pattern is the first step in breaking free

Taiwan Moves to Capture Bitcoin Under Money Laundering Laws

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

The government of Taiwan has moved a step closer to regulating bitcoin under existing anti-money laundering (AML) rules.

Bitcoin investors fall into one of these 3 categories

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

manila crowd

  • Barclays analysts took a deep dive into the bitcoin and cryptocurrency craze as part of its annual Equity Gilt Report.
  • The team says all bitcoin investors fall into one of three categories.
  • They also said the spread of crypto is analogous to how an infectious virus spreads through populations. 

Bitcoin investors can all be categorized into three distinct groups, Barclays says.

As part of the bank's comparison between the crypto craze and the spread of infectious disease, a team of analysts led by Joseph Abate says both viral phenomenons lump people into three unique categories:

  1. The susceptible
  2. The infected
  3. The immune

"Like the infection analogy, the population divides into three groups: 'susceptible' individuals who are vulnerable but not yet infected; 'infected' individuals; and those who are 'immune.,'" the report said. "Also like infection, transmission – especially to those with 'fear of missing out' – is by word-of-month, via blogs, news reports and personal anecdotes."

Barclays estimates that awareness of bitcoin is nearing a peak, and that 90% of people who reside in developed economies are familiar with the cryptocurrency, "indicating increased immunity."

Continuing their comparison, as more and more non-infected people become exposed to the bitcoin virus, the chances of another price surge are fleeting, Barclays says.

"Most potential 'hosts' (Bitcoin investors) in developed economies already are aware of Bitcoin (have been exposed to the 'virus'); 2) only a small share of developed populations are susceptible to speculation ('infection'); and 3) the falling ratio of current to prior holders suggests a rising 'recovered' share of the population," the bank said.

"As a result, we believe the speculative froth phase of crypto currency investment – and perhaps peak prices – may have passed."

More from Barclay's 2018 Equity Gilt Report:

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

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Wall Street's biggest bull explains why trade war fears are way overblown

Bitcoin investors fall into one of these 3 categories

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

manila crowd

  • Barclays analysts took a deep dive into the bitcoin and cryptocurrency craze as part of its annual Equity Gilt Report.
  • The team says all bitcoin investors fall into one of three categories.
  • They also said the spread of crypto is analogous to how an infectious virus spreads through populations. 

Bitcoin investors can all be categorized into three distinct groups, Barclays says.

As part of the bank's comparison between the crypto craze and the spread of infectious disease, a team of analysts led by Joseph Abate says both viral phenomenons lump people into three unique categories:

  1. The susceptible
  2. The infected
  3. The immune

"Like the infection analogy, the population divides into three groups: 'susceptible' individuals who are vulnerable but not yet infected; 'infected' individuals; and those who are 'immune.,'" the report said. "Also like infection, transmission – especially to those with 'fear of missing out' – is by word-of-month, via blogs, news reports and personal anecdotes."

Barclays estimates that awareness of bitcoin is nearing a peak, and that 90% of people who reside in developed economies are familiar with the cryptocurrency, "indicating increased immunity."

Continuing their comparison, as more and more non-infected people become exposed to the bitcoin virus, the chances of another price surge are fleeting, Barclays says.

"Most potential 'hosts' (Bitcoin investors) in developed economies already are aware of Bitcoin (have been exposed to the 'virus'); 2) only a small share of developed populations are susceptible to speculation ('infection'); and 3) the falling ratio of current to prior holders suggests a rising 'recovered' share of the population," the bank said.

"As a result, we believe the speculative froth phase of crypto currency investment – and perhaps peak prices – may have passed."

More from Barclay's 2018 Equity Gilt Report:

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

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Wall Street's biggest bull explains why trade war fears are way overblown

Europol Busts Cryptocurrency Drug Money Laundering Ring

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

A joint operation between global law enforcement agencies and Europol has put an end to a criminal ring that used cryptocurrencies including bitcoin to launder drug money through a Finnish crypto exchange. The operation, dubbed Tulipan Blanca, saw authorities from Finland, Spain, the United States and Europol arrest 11 individuals related to an organized crime

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Trapped Below $7K: Is Bitcoin Prepping for a Big Breakout?

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

Bitcoin continues to trade sideways in an increasingly tight range, but could be setting up for a major move in either direction.

Bitcoin Price Moves Closer to $7,000 as Cryptocurrency Market Posts Small Gain

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

The bitcoin price has been relatively stable over the past 48 hours, in the $6,800 region. After a minor drop from $7,100 to $6,700, the bitcoin price has been able to sustain its resistance level, rebounding from its decline. Bitcoin to $7,000 At this juncture, a potential move to the $7,000 region for bitcoin is

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Bitcoin Dust: How to Tell If You Have It And Why You Should Get Rid of It

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

It's time to get rid of your bitcoin "dust," some developers argue. CoinDesk explains why.

Bank of America: Bitcoin Bubble Is Already Popping

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

In an analytical note, Bank of America researchers called bitcoin one of the greatest bubbles in history.

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