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Future Gains! Bitcoin Has Bottomed Out, Says Pantera Capital in a Bold Call

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

Now’s the time to get long bitcoin, a leading cryptocurrency hedge fund says. Not only is bitcoin out of the doldrums, but it’s onward and upward from here. This according to Pantera Capital Management, a cryptocurrency hedge fund with $800 million-plus in assets under management, in a letter to investors cited on Bloomberg. “For those who

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XRP ‘100 Percent Not a Security,’ Ripple Claims

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

Fintech startup Ripple is pushing back against claims that its cryptocurrency, XRP, is a security under US regulations. The XRP token — which functions as the native currency of the San Francisco-based company’s public Ripple Consensus Ledger (RCL) and the foundation for several of the firm’s blockchain products — is currently the third-largest cryptocurrency, with

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Another Major Hong Kong Cryptocurrency Exchange Sets Its Sights on Malta

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

Another Major Hong Kong Cryptocurrency Exchange Sets Its Sights on Malta

A second major Hong Kong–based cryptocurrency exchange is planning on setting up shop in Malta, a small island nation in the Mediterranean.    

OKEx, one of the top five cryptocurrency exchanges by 24-hour trading volume, announced today, April 12, 2018, that it is expanding its operations to Malta. In late March, Binance, the largest exchange by trading volume, also announced plans to move operations to the cryptocurrency-friendly EU member state.

In an email to Bitcoin Magazine, a spokesperson for OKEx clarified, “... everything stays in Hong Kong (all functions) and we are establishing a new entity in Malta in full accordance with the expected Malta regulations and framework. This expansion has no effect on our existing offices and operations in other jurisdictions.”   

OKEx CEO Chris Lee stated: “We look forward to working with the Malta government as it is forward thinking and shares many of our same values: the most important of which are protection of traders and the general public, compliance with Anti Money Laundering and Know Your Customer standards, and recognition of the innovation and importance of continued development in the Blockchain ecosystem.”

OKEx says it has already met with Maltese government and regulatory leaders to get a better understanding of the country’s evolving regulatory plans and provide feedback.

The move further establishes Malta as a growing hub in the cryptocurrency space. Currently, the country is in the process of setting up the Malta Digital Innovation Authority aimed at building a regulatory framework for blockchain technology, and by extension cryptocurrency, in the country.

OKEx and Binance are not the only Hong Kong–based exchanges that are looking to expand outside of Hong Kong. In recent weeks, Bitfinex, another major cryptocurrency exchange, announced it was moving to Switzerland.  

Of all the countries, China has been the most heavy handed toward cryptocurrencies. Starting in September 2017, the People’s Bank of China completely banned initial coin offerings. Later, the country froze bank accounts associated with exchanges and began clamping down on bitcoin miners. In February 2018, it began taking measures to cut off one of the few remaining avenues for its citizens to buy cryptocurrencies.  

Governed under the principal of “one country, two systems,” Hong Kong is both China and not China. The city reverted back to Chinese rule in 1997 under an agreement that Hong Kong would remain autonomous but that China would evaluate and revise the relationship moving forward. Since then, China has been slowly encroaching on Hong Kong’s sovereignty. Thus, businesses that choose to operate in Hong Kong could risk complications in the future if their models are banned in China, though still legitimate (for now) in Hong Kong.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Islamic Scholar Says Bitcoin is Compliant With Sharia Law as Price Surges

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

A recent declaration by an Islamic scholar that Bitcoin is compliant with Sharia law could be the cause behind today’s $1000 price surge, opening the market to Muslim investors who were previously unsure if the cryptocurrency qualified as money under the strict definitions outlined by scholars. Muslims account for 23% of the world’s population, with

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BitStarz Player Grabs a 19.995 BTC Win on Greedy Goblin!

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CBS CEO Les Moonves could make up to $280 million if Shari Redstone fires him over embattled CBS-Viacom merger

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

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  • CBS CEO Leslie Moonves could reportedly make up to $280 million if he is fired over an embattled potential merger between CBS and Viacom, Bloomberg reported.
  • CNBC reported on Wednesday that Shari Redstone, the controlling shareholder of CBS and Viacom, was "likely" to remove Moonves as the head of CBS if merger negotiations between CBS and Viacom fell through. 
  • Moonves' contract entitles him to $150 million if he is fired before its expiration in 2021, Bloomberg reported.
  • But his payout figure could reportedly balloon to $280 million when taking into account CBS' stock and potential performance over the next few years.

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves could make up to $280 million if Shari Redstone, the controlling shareholder of CBS and Viacom through her company National Amusements, fires him over the embattled potential merger between the two TV companies, according to a Bloomberg report.

CNBC reported on Wednesday that Redstone was "likely" to remove Moonves as the CEO of CBS if merger negotiations between CBS and Viacom fell through, citing sources familiar with the matter.

Moonves' contract entitles him to $150 million if he is fired before his contract expires in June 2021, Bloomberg reported. But his payout figure could reach up to $280 million when taking into account CBS' stock and potential performance over the next few years, according to Bloomberg.

CBS is expected to make a new offer for the purchase of Viacom, but the network's bid is expected to be an insufficient price on Viacom's side of the deal, CNBC reported Wednesday.

CBS originally made a "lowball offer" of about $11.9 billion for Viacom (below market value), which was countered by Viacom with an offer of about $14.7 billion, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In a recent profile of the embattled potential merger, THR reported that Viacom's struggling assets like MTV and Nickelodeon have made a merger plan "repellent to Moonves." CBS and Viacom were previously part of the same company from 2000 to 2006, under the ownership of National Amusements, before Viacom spun-off as a separate company in 2006.

Redstone is expected to not only replace Moonves but the entire CBS board if a merger isn't reached between the two companies, according to CNBC. But Bloomberg's report would suggest that Moonves' massive payout could throw a kink into that plan. 

In a statement to Business Insider on Wednesday, a CBS representative touted Moonves' track record, which is well-regarded by shareholders and the industry. "The industry and the marketplace know Leslie Moonves' record and we think it speaks for itself," the CBS representative said.

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Santander Uses Ripple, Launches First Banking Blockchain Retail Payments App

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

Spanish banking giant Banco Santander has announced the launch of its international payments app for retail customers in four countries using xCurrent, Ripple’s blockchain technology. Santander is laying claim as the “first bank to roll out a blockchain-based international payments service to retail customers in multiple countries simultaneously” with the launch of One Pay FX,

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Former JPMorgan Trader Goes Bullish: ‘Bitcoin is the Play at the Moment’

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

Danny Masters, a commodities trader turned CoinShares chairman, has been a bitcoin believer since 2014, having recognized early the top cryptocurrency’s use cases as both a disrupter of gold and fiat money. Masters, who in a former life led the energy trading desk at JPMorgan and whose funds are having a “strong year this year,” told CNBC bitcoin

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Op Ed: We Can Combat Poor Data Privacy with Blockchain Applications

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

Op Ed: We Can Combat Poor Data Privacy with Blockchain Applications

By now we’ve all seen the headlines about Facebook’s poor data practices: as many as 87 million users’ personal records affected by Cambridge Analytica, 2.2 billion users’ profiles scraped by third parties, and so on.


But what went wrong isn’t limited to Facebook. The problem is that an internet run by centralized digital superpowers leaves users with little control over their data.

Centralization’s Weaknesses

Think of the internet as an extremely efficient copy machine that anyone can use. This makes it very easy to share information — including information you want to keep private.

That’s why we need rules. When we say “data privacy,” we are referring to the rules set by platforms — determining who has permission to handle data and who gets informed when it happens.

To use a platform, users have to check a box saying they agree to the rules. The problem is tech giants don’t give users real insight into the rules beyond saying, “Trust us!”

As we now know, Facebook gave wildly disproportionate permission to third-party app developers to copy their users’ personal information. By exploiting this permission, Cambridge Analytica was able to use a single app to collect millions of personal records at almost no cost, and nobody was informed until it was too late.

Unfortunately, these types of situations will continue to happen. Centralized platforms lack incentives to properly disclose their data practices, so users will be left in the dark when the “copy machine” falls into the wrong hands again.

The Role of Decentralization

For data that is clearly valuable, users should be able to explicitly set permissions around who can access it, and those permissions should be easy to verify.

We can use blockchain technology for this. The idea is not to store everyone’s private data on-chain; it’s very expensive to add records to a blockchain, and public blockchains can be read by anyone.

What makes a blockchain special is that it’s write-only; it’s practically impossible to change a record on the blockchain once it’s there. Here’s the insight: we can use a blockchain to store not the data but the permissions. If private data is secured in an encrypted database, a blockchain can act as a ticketing system, keeping track of who can get in, without exposing the data underneath.

Suppose you had your health data stored off-chain, requiring a cryptographic key to unlock it. You want three parties to have access: your doctor, your health insurance provider and your partner. These parties could be represented by white-listed addresses that are recorded on the blockchain, representing their right to use the key.

A blockchain is an immutable sequence of events. If, say, the white list suddenly included four or five parties, you would know something else was going on. Just as you can see where your bitcoin or ether came from, there should be a clear record of who is accessing your data.

Scarcity as Protection

To return to the idea of the internet as a giant copy machine: the same principle that makes bitcoin possible — “digital scarcity,” meaning the coin can’t simply be duplicated or created by anyone — can also help make data harder to replicate.

The idea is that we can tokenize the data in order to create laws of physics around it. In order to prevent future Cambridge Analyticas from exploiting loopholes, we could create an ecosystem in which user data is represented by tokens. This creates an extra layer of protection between outside parties and valuable data, and assigns the data some value.

From a developer’s perspective, calling an API would be represented by a transaction on the blockchain, with a cost proportional to the amount of data requested. The cost would be negligible for normal, day-to-day use — but it would prohibit a single app from making off with tens of millions of records. Scarcity and value provide friction, which exposes unusual activity.

These transactions would receive oversight from miners or validators who collect fees for enforcing the network’s agreed-upon rules. Depending on the kind of blockchain, these validators could be individuals spread out across the world or they could be something more like private arbitrators or internal auditors. The point is, there would be third parties keeping the system accountable.

Final Thoughts

As a centralized entity, Facebook has no incentive to be a fair referee, and it’s clear they’re not up to the task of keeping our data safe. We need an approach to data privacy that doesn’t count on the word of a single party. Blockchains allow us to create systems with multiple points of accountability and transparency that can give users real control over their digital lives.

This is a guest post by Chris Tse. Opinions expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Bitcoin Magazine or BTC Media Inc.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Cryptocurrency Market Cap Clips $300 Billion as Bear Trap Liquidates Shorts

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

The cryptocurrency market cap briefly clipped the $300 billion mark on Thursday, a phenomenon that occurred as the result of an apparent bear trap in the Bitcoin futures markets. Fueled by a dramatic Bitcoin price rally, the cryptocurrency market cap surged by more than $30 billion, peaking at $301.8 billion before settling back down to

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Promoted: Building an ICO Dream Team

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

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Nearly half of initial coin offerings (ICOs) fail. In February, Bitcoin.com analyzed ICO statistics from TokenData and found that 46 percent of ICOs in 2017 tanked, leaving a trail of broken websites and neglected Twitter accounts. Some of these were outright scams, but others had the best of intentions. The key for potential investors is sorting the wheat from the chaff.


One telltale sign of a specious ICO is the absence of information about its team. Conversely, a solid team with a track record suggests that an ICO means business. Armin Ebrahimi, founder and CEO of ShoCard, has been busy mining his contacts to craft a solid squad in preparation for ShoCard’s May crowdsale.


Ebrahimi might be one of the best people to start a company that uses blockchain technology to protect and share digital identities. His 30 years in Silicon Valley include a spot as senior vice president of platform engineering at Yahoo!, where he looked after its registration and anti-platform services.


His time there from 1998 to 2008 placed him at the heart of a growing company as it scaled from 10 to 450 people. It also gave him a front row seat to watch the internet grow from infancy to the force it is today.


Six years after he left the company, it began losing hundreds of millions of customers’ personal information — including his — in what would become one of the most significant data breaches of all time.


“You don't think they're going to be so careless with it,” said Ebrahimi, lamenting the firm’s trajectory after he left. “Yahoo wasn't in the same spot, and it took its eyes off the ball.”


However, these breaches gave him valuable insight: The world needs a better way to manage identity. Now with ShoCard, Ebrahimi plans to use blockchain technology to do it. As he saw during the dawn of the web, he plans to capitalize on this new emerging technology that he believes will change our working paradigms in the future.


This time, he hopes to use a robust team of his own choosing to engineer that change, spanning not only his leadership team but also his broader community of advisors and investors. As it goes through its initial phases, he said that a startup like his needs a mixture of skills.


The launch team must have the go-to-market experience to help get the technology into the public eye, but also an ability to look to the future rather than the past when developing a new way to manage identity.


“For disruptive technologies like blockchain, you must have the ability to question previous ways of doing things,” he said. “Sometimes blockchain firms have great teams, but they still have elements of central services inside them. You must be flexible and be prepared to challenge your preconceptions.”


To that end, he has bought Gaurav Khot on board as chief technology officer. Khot brings over a quarter-century of experience building scalable systems. Ebrahimi also enlisted the advisory services of experts including Naveen Agrawal, who is currently the lead for federated identity at Google.


Ebrahimi also has worked hard to secure experts with proven track records in bringing new technologies to market. These include Mike McBride, former senior vice president of worldwide field operations at the cybersecurity firm Lookout, and Bob Tinker, who served as founding CEO of MobileIron from 2008 to 2016.


“Bob built out a network of about 15 thousand enterprise clients and 15 million users on that, and took the company public,” said Ebrahimi. “He is technically savvy, but his background is all go-to-market.”


The other key factor in building a robust startup team is connections. ShoCard’s investors include the likes of Yahoo! founder Jerry Yang and Morado Venture Partners’ Ash Patel, who was the chief product officer at Yahoo!.


“We have used our VCs [venture capitals] to broaden our reach,” Ebrahimi explained, adding that part of the networking process involves giving value rather than merely looking for it. Rather than reaching out to people only when needing something, it is essential for entrepreneurs to always look at what they can give back to those in their contact book.


With his dream team in place, Ebrahimi is already looking to the future. “The next stage, after the ICO, will involve both adding to existing resources and also bringing in talent that is not in place today.” He said that one of those areas is marketing talent.


That’s the other thing about fast-moving startups. The required skills — and the team that provides them — are always evolving.

This promoted article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet the most important Wall Street crypto pioneers

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This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency investors — but Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider combed through contacts at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions to identify the 36 people who have left their mark on this nascent space

Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet the most important Wall Street crypto pioneers

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This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency investors — but Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider combed through contacts at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions to identify the 36 people who have left their mark on this nascent space

Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street.

bitcoin price today

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet the most important Wall Street crypto pioneers

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider’s roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency investors — but Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider combed through contacts at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions to identify the 36 people who have left their mark on this nascent space

Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street.

bitcoin price today

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Meet the most important Wall Street crypto pioneers

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Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider’s roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox.

This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency investors — but Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider combed through contacts at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions to identify the 36 people who have left their mark on this nascent space

Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street.

bitcoin price today

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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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Strong Demand on OTC Market in 2018. Is OTCBTC a Localbitcoins Killer?

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Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street

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

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This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency enthusiasts.

Bitcoin, the largest crypto, is down more than 70% from its all-time highs set at the end of 2017, as regulators look to clamp down on exchanges and tech companies shun advertisements related to the nascent digital coin market.

But Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider reached out to market participants to identify those at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions.

We came across many talented people, and this list of 36 people is by no means comprehensive. They work at household names like CME Group, Fidelity, and BNY Mellon, and crypto power players like Coinbase, Kraken, and Cumberland. Their roles range in scope, covering research, trading infrastructure, and investing.

But they all have left their mark on the new market.

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Meet the traders, investors, and technologists pioneering crypto on Wall Street

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

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This hasn't been an easy year for cryptocurrency enthusiasts.

Bitcoin, the largest crypto, is down more than 70% from its all-time highs set at the end of 2017, as regulators look to clamp down on exchanges and tech companies shun advertisements related to the nascent digital coin market.

But Wall Street's enthusiasm for crypto has not been dampened.

Trading, technology, and asset management executives are leaning in on digital assets and working on projects that could bring them front and center in mainstream financial services.

Business Insider reached out to market participants to identify those at the intersection of financial services and digital assets who are building indexes, launching funds, and trading billions.

We came across many talented people, and this list of 36 people is by no means comprehensive. They work at household names like CME Group, Fidelity, and BNY Mellon, and crypto power players like Coinbase, Kraken, and Cumberland. Their roles range in scope, covering research, trading infrastructure, and investing.

But they all have left their mark on the new market.

Toby Allen, Akuna Capital

The news that Cboe Global Markets was going to launch a futures market for bitcoin was a landmark moment for the trading firm Akuna Capital.

That's when it started directing resources toward crypto trading. Today the company, which has traditionally made markets in currencies and energy futures, trades bitcoin futures. It is also trading spot bitcoin in the $1 million to $5 million range. It trades bitcoin options through LedgerX, a US cryptocurrency options exchange.

Toby Allen leads a team of three folks in Sydney who are trading across all of those markets.

Allen, a partner at the firm, joined Akuna in 2012 from Optiver, where he was a trader from 2008 to 2012. The Australia-native started his career as an analyst at JT Campbell & Co.



Spencer Bogart, Blockchain Capital

Spencer Bogart was one of the first Wall Street analysts to cover bitcoin and the world of blockchain as an equity research analyst at Needham & Co.

He joined Blockchain Capital, one of the oldest VC firms dedicated to investing in projects in the crypto market, in February 2017.

Blockchain Capital manages $250 million across a number of funds, having invested in a number of decentralized crypto exchanges and Bitwise, the crypto asset manager, as well as other companies spanning the crypto market. Recently, the firm has been spending a lot of time exploring opportunities in decentralized crypto exchanges.



Max Boonen, B2C2

When Max Boonen, a former trader at Goldman Sachs, founded B2C2, he aspired to build a Wall Street-like company for bitcoin.

Those aspirations have been reflected in the team it has built and the advisers it has brought on. The company, which sometimes conducts trades larger than $50 million, recently brought on three finance veterans to its advisory board, including Citigroup's global head of regulatory, market, and innovation strategy.

B2C2 recently expanded into Asia markets via a new desk in Japan, Business Insider previously reported. Further expansion of its business in Asia is a big focus for 2018.

The company is also getting ready to launch contracts for difference, a financial product that allows investors to bet on bitcoin price swings. The company hopes the product, which is in final testing, will bring in brokerage clients.



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Real Momentum? Bitcoin Price Breaks $8,000 For First Time Since March

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

Earlier this week, the valuation of the cryptocurrency market dipped below $248 billion, to a monthly low. Today, on April 12, the valuation of the cryptocurrency market increased along with the bitcoin price. Bitcoin Jumps $1,000 in 30 Minutes Over the past 24 hours, the cryptocurrency market rose by around $30 billion, to $298 billion, … Continued

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Bitcoin Breakout: Price Jumps $1K in 60 Minutes

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

Bitcoin rallied over $1,000 in an hour this morning, having spent a better part of the last two weeks trading sideways.

Bitcoin spikes 14% in less than an hour

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

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Bitcoin surged more than 14% in less than an hour Thursday morning, bringing the world's largest cryptocurrency closer to the $8,000 level that it has not seen since March. 

It's the biggest intra-day gain for bitcoin in almost two months, according to historical data from CoinMarketCap. 

Despite the steep gains, the price is still less than half of its record high of $19,843 set in December. Earlier this week, Barclay's said bitcoin is unlikely to ever top that record again, based on modeling that compares the cryptocurrency to the spread of a virus like influenza

Other major cryptocurrencies were also in the green Thursday, though not nearly as high as the flagship bitcoin. Ethereum was up 7% and Ripple's XRP was up about 3%. 

Bitcoin is down 42% since the beginning of 2018. 

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Bitcoin spikes 14% in less than an hour

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

Bitcoin price


Bitcoin surged more than 14% in less than an hour Thursday morning, bringing the world's largest cryptocurrency closer to the $8,000 level that it has not seen since March. 

It's the biggest intra-day gain for bitcoin in almost two months, according to historical data from CoinMarketCap. 

Despite the steep gains, the price is still less than half of its record high of $19,843 set in December. Earlier this week, Barclay's said bitcoin is unlikely to ever top that record again, based on modeling that compares the cryptocurrency to the spread of a virus like influenza

Other major cryptocurrencies were also in the green Thursday, though not nearly as high as the flagship bitcoin. Ethereum was up 7% and Ripple's XRP was up about 3%. 

Bitcoin is down 42% since the beginning of 2018. 

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Newsflash: Bitcoin Price Shoots Vertically Above $8,000

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

Thursday’s trading witnessed bitcoin price spiking upwards from under $6,900 to $8,000, a new high for April. For reasons unknown at the time of publishing, bitcoin prices were flung upwards in a frantic period which saw the world’s most prominent cryptocurrency gain over 15% in value, all in a span of under 45 minutes. At

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Bitcoin will likely never hit another record high, Barclays says

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

Sinking ship


At one point, bitcoin's price only seemed to move in one direction: up. 

In 2018, however, that hasn't been the case. The price of bitcoin has nearly halved in the four months of the year so far, and its unlikely to top its all time high of $19,843, set in December, ever again, Barclays says.

"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," the bank said as part of its annual Equity Gilt report this week.

Here's where the bank's model predicts bitcoin's price will go from here:

Bitcoin price demand model

The prediction comes as part of a larger comparison between the crypto craze of the past year and epidemiological models.

Unsurprisingly, the team of analysts led by Joseph Abate say there's a striking similarity between bitcoin's rise in popularity and the spread of viruses like influenza.

"Applying this model to speculative behaviour in crypto currencies, it suggests that once a large enough share of the population susceptible to speculation becomes aware of and holders of crypto currencies, upward pressure on prices stalls," they write. "To the extent that holders’ attraction to Bitcoin was speculative – as our empirical analysis of historical prices suggests – those holders then become sellers, initiating an accelerating downward spiral."

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Santander to Launch Ripple Payment App This Week

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Banking giant Santander Group is reportedly launching a blockchain-based application for cross-border foreign exchange on Friday. 

Opinion: The Future of ICOs and the Potential of Securities Token Offerings

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The Beginnings It is less than five years since in July 2013 J.R. Willet did the first ever ICO (Initial Coin Offering) for the Mastercoin. Since then ICOs have raised cumulatively more than $3.7 billion until December 2017.  The year 2017 saw the explosion of the funds raised with this new funding technique. It is

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$7.5K Ahead? Bitcoin Price Charts Hint at Bull Move

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Although still stuck in a narrow range, bitcoin could rise back toward $7,500 in the next 24 hours, the technical charts indicate

22 European Nations Come Together with Blockchain Partnership

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22 European Nations Come Together with Blockchain Partnership

On April 10, 2018, 22 European countries joined forces to cooperate on blockchain regulation and education.

The European Blockchain Partnership “will be a vehicle for cooperation amongst Member States to exchange experience and expertise in technical and regulatory fields and prepare for the launch of EU-wide blockchain applications across the Digital Single Market for the benefit of the public and private sectors,” states the European Commission press release.

A complete list of the participating countries includes Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the U.K. An invitation to join the partnership has been extended to “other countries, Members of the EU and of the European Economic Area.”

Spearheaded by the European Commission, the partnership wants to ensure that Europe stays at the forefront of blockchain development in the years to come. The press release gives a nod to blockchain technology for “promoting user trust,” and the partnership believes it will play a foundational role in a number of digital services in the future, including logistics, finance and regulatory reporting.

Partner states especially see the potential for blockchain technology to integrate with Europe’s Digital Single Market, a policy initiative that looks to unite Europe’s disparate online markets into one. Like the Digital Single Market, the partnership will try to avoid disjointed approaches to blockchain development among EU and European Economic Area members. It’s the partnership’s hope that cooperation will lead to smooth, cross-country interoperability with blockchain technology “in full compliance with EU laws and with clear governance models that will help services using blockchain [technology] flourish across Europe.”   

The European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel, sees the partnership as a progressive move that will affect the quality of Europe’s public and technological services for the better.

“In the future, all public services will use blockchain technology. Blockchain is a great opportunity for Europe and Member States to rethink their information systems, to promote user trust and the protection of personal data, to help create new business opportunities and to establish new areas of leadership, benefiting citizens, public services and companies. The Partnership launched today enables Member States to work together with the European Commission to turn the enormous potential of blockchain technology into better services for citizens.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Taking Ether Public: An Interview with Ether Capital CEO Michael Conn

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Taking Ether Public: An Interview with Ether Capital CEO Michael Conn

Ether Capital is positioning itself to be the first Ethereum-focused publicly traded company. Having already raised $45 million through a private placement, the Toronto-based firm is now close to finalizing the reverse takeover (RTO) of a Vancouver shell company by mid-April.

“Ether Capital is a technology company focused on building the central business and investment hub for the Ethereum ecosystem,” explained Ether Capital CEO Michael Conn in an interview with Bitcoin Magazine.

“We feel that being publicly traded, and therefore transparent, gives us a significant competitive advantage in the marketplace and helps protect us against the regulatory headwinds that ICOs [initial coin offerings] have been recently facing.”

Ether Capital aims to bring some clarity to an industry that has been largely opaque. The lack of transparency and the concerns around ICO-related fraud have recently led to a clampdown of sorts on ICOs and exchanges by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other global financial regulators.

“Approximately 90 percent of ICOs fail,” noted Conn. “It’s unclear if some ICOs which have raised millions of dollars will even come to market.”

Ether Capital’s plan is to set the proceeds from its private placement aside for working capital and to acquire ether, the native currency of the blockchain-based platform Ethereum, once they complete their RTO in mid-April.

“We believe ether is a strategic asset in and of itself and are bullish that it will appreciate in its own right,” said Conn, in spite of recent price corrections that have seen ether decline to the $300 handle, though it has recovered to above $400 at the time of writing.

Ether Capital then plans to use that ether first to acquire a core Ethereum-based blockchain business and then to buy or build businesses around it, in order to create an interoperable technology company.

“We want to create accretive value by building a true business, rather than acting as a venture capital firm that makes 10-15 investments and is pleased if two or three appreciate in value,” the serial entrepreneur explained. “We are really looking to be a meaningful alternative to both ICOs and venture capital. We are not precluding ourselves from collaborating with VCs or private investors in any of our investments, but ultimately [we] need to see how a business fits in to our broader vision of interoperability.”

He views Ether Capital’s model as similar to Google’s, where Alphabet is the holding company, and other companies like Search, Gmail, and Google Plus, etc. feature some level of interoperability with each other, while contributing to the growth of the greater whole.

“As the ICO marketplace comes under greater scrutiny from the SEC, the fact that we are a regulated and publicly traded company should shield our companies,” said Conn. “They will likely not be subject to the same constraints from the SEC as companies that choose to go the ICO route.”

“While a lot of capital has been raised to date through ICOs, the SEC is now calling some of them securities and subjecting them to the Howey Test,” Mr. Conn observed. “These regulatory hurdles are making ICOs a much more difficult path for raising capital.”

The Venture Capital Role

There are venture capitalists in and around the space, but they want a piece of the business and they want to see liquidity.

“Very few businesses in the blockchain space are seeing tremendous revenue right now, which makes it dilutive and somewhat difficult to operate under the umbrella of a VC fund, though not impossible,” said Conn.

“We are effectively creating a pool of publicly traded permanent capital. The level of regulatory scrutiny we will be subject to such as quarterly investment calls, quarterly financials etc., will provide cover to those businesses underneath us. They won’t need to face regulations head on, as they would have if they had raised capital via an ICO.”

Ether Capital has conferred with financial regulators and exchanges in Canada in the lead-up to its reverse takeover and the private placement.

“They have been supportive and we feel that through our funding mechanism we are effectively de-risking the buildout for whatever businesses we end up taking on,” said Conn. “We believe that this creates a unique space where our businesses can operate and focus on growing and creating shareholder value.”

“It’s really a regulatory clampdown that’s happening in the ICO market and that is where Ether Capital fits in as a solid alternative.”

Ether Capital is backed by OMERS, one of the largest pension plans in Canada, as well as Purpose Investments, a relatively large Toronto-based asset management business.

The Ether Capital board consists of well known individuals such as Joey Krug, founder of Augur and Co-CIO of Pantera Capital; John Ruffolo, CEO of OMERS Ventures; and Som Seif, CEO of Purpose Investments. Conn himself comes from a strong asset management background, having held key executive roles at firms such as AllianceBernstein, TCW and Quail Creek Partners. The team is already evaluating deal flow from early stage incubations to more established businesses.

“We are fortunate to have a deep and diverse network across the Ethereum community which provides us with well-curated deal flow,” says Mr. Conn. “We are looking to be a meaningful actor in the space, but will not do any transaction unless we feel that the potential for shareholder value creation is greater than the value of ether. Our goal is to ensure our shareholders and the Ethereum community both benefit through the value we are creating.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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