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Bitcoin Wallet Xapo Implements Scaling Solution SegWit

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

Ted Rogers, the president at Xapo, a widely utilized cryptocurrency wallet and vault, has revealed that the platform has activated Segregated Witness (SegWit), the scaling solution developed by the Bitcoin Core development team. SegWit Adoption and Importance of Xapo Earlier this month, Tom Metcalf at Bloomberg reported that Xapo’s cold wallet stored in its underground

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Podcast Platform Castbox Launches Blockchain Project to Reward Creators

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

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Award-winning global podcast platform Castbox has announced the release of ContentBox, a blockchain-based infrastructure for decentralized digital content. The project is backed by Bo Shen — the founder of Fenbushi Capital and an early adopter of Ethereum — who will serve as both a cornerstone investor and strategic advisor to the team.

Shen said, “The nature of blockchain technology is to take a slice of the pie from vested interest groups, where you are bound to encounter resistance. To get your project off the ground, you must have vast industry and product resources. I invested in ContentBox because it has a strong technical team and a wealth of industry experience, and I believe it will become the first killer app for the digital content industry.”

Founded two years ago by former Google manager Renee Wang, Castbox allows listeners to find, access and create spoken audio content in multiple languages through virtually any device. The company’s proprietary technology includes in-audio deep search so listeners can customize their audio experiences, and curated podcast recommendations powered by natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning. With over 16 million users in 175 countries, the company has raised roughly $30 million in funding from top venture capital firms like ZhenFund, SIG China and IDG.

Since the days of Napster’s inception, audio content publishers and creators have fought over who should have control in how content is monetized and distributed. Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, Castbox representative Mark Lee says that the creation of ContentBox was inspired by the ongoing fight against copyright infringement and piracy in the digital content arena.

“Independent creators and publishers are under attack from all sides,” he said. “Take YouTube as an example. There was once a time when the platform democratized the creation and distribution of user-generated videos. Creators that produced great content were rewarded accordingly, and YouTube quickly became a major player in the entertainment industry.”

More than a decade later, smaller, independent creators are struggling to make a living, he noted.

“They pour their hearts and souls into their work, but these big platforms have taken full control over the way content is handled, leaving the average creator with little to no income, and virtually no ownership over their content. This issue is rampant across all major content platforms. Publishers face the same challenge, as more and more of their content is shared and consumed on third-party channels like Facebook.”

Wang says that the digital media industry was originally built on principles of inclusivity, but that it has also become too top heavy to support independent publishers and creators. In addition, most advertising revenue winds up in the hands of major studios instead of the creators, where it belongs.

She says the blockchain can solve this problem by removing middlemen and high transaction fees, while also introducing new streams of revenue like activity-based income (i.e. creators are paid when someone listens to their content) and subscriptions.

“The digital content industry has remained relatively opaque over the years regarding paid media, and advertisers typically rely on vanity metrics like impressions to determine returns on investments (ROIs),” said Lee.

He suggested that the blockchain can allow advertisers to tap into shared statistics and pay via advertisement viewership automated by smart contracts.

“By decentralizing the podcast industry with a shared content pool, a shared user pool and a unified payout system, this new project creates an open source community that can’t be controlled by a few industry giants.”

This is where ContentBox comes in. The system provides listeners with an array of blockchain-based solutions that power a unified payout system for the digital content arena. Users can access content by paying with digital tokens through what’s known as BOX Payout, a secure and borderless payment transaction network.

“The base asset of ContentBox are BOX tokens which are Ethereum-based and are standard ERC20,” said Wang. “There won't be an ICO but there will be an airdrop. BOX tokens are the only way to transact within the app but they will be listed on a couple crypto exchanges by early July, so users will be able to cash out to Ether if desired.”

Users garner these tokens by sharing content with others, inviting friends and joining the company’s Telegram channel. They are also granted access to digital wallets that manage their rewards.

“Consumers engage in a wide variety of value-creating activities vital to the growth of the podcast community, like helping to share and create content, but are never financially rewarded,” said Lee. “Blockchain allows listeners to become stakeholders that get rewarded for their contributions. In turn, they can directly reward their favorite podcasters with the tokens they earn, or unlock premium content.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

UK Company Acquires ‘Bitcoin’ Trademark, Allegedly Threatens Etsy Store over BTC-themed Items

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

A UK company has acquired the trademark for “Bitcoin” and has allegedly threatened to bring a lawsuit against a small business that sells bitcoin-themed shirts. The business owner shared their plight on the Bitcoin subreddit, explaining that today, May 25, they received a letter from a company claiming to own the UK trademark for “Bitcoin.”

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First Bitcoin Mining Conference Hashes Over the High Cost of Energy

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

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Bitcoin mining uses as much electricity as Ireland, and by the end of 2018, the Bitcoin network will be using as much energy as Austria, according to a new report by Alex de Vries of the Experience Center of PwC in the Netherlands.

Billed as the first serious, peer-reviewed study of energy use in crypto mining, the report has set off alarm bells, adding to current concerns about the impact of future mining energy consumption on environmental issues like climate change.

At the first-ever conference for crypto mining, held on May 17, 2018, in New York City, an expert panel hashed out the implications of rapidly growing energy consumption among miners worldwide.

Amber D. Scott, CEO of Outlier Solutions, moderated a panel of experts that spoke about the energy issue as part of a discussion on the topic of proof of work (PoW) vs. proof of stake (PoS).

Scott told Bitcoin Magazine that there was a lot of discussion at the conference about the new energy report in part due to the attention it’s currently receiving in the press.

“This is an area where there is a spectacular amount of FUD [fear, uncertainty and doubt],” she noted. “This is in part because it’s a nuanced issue that can’t be summed up in simple statements about net energy consumption.

“I think that part of the reason that Bitcoin has been a ‘target’ in this respect is that there are relatively straightforward calculations in terms of power consumption in conjunction with the underlying value not being well understood or widely accepted. For instance, few people question the utility costs of a bank or ATM, and the energy consumption cannot be calculated in a straightforward way,” she added.

Scott Howard, CEO and co-founder of Toronto-based ePIC Blockchain Technologies, told the conference audience what many there were already saying: that the energy consumption issue is “fake news” and has been oversimplified to suit Bitcoin opponents.

High Energy and Environmental Costs of Traditional Fiat and Banking

Traditional banking and fiat creation have their own high energy costs, noted a number of conference panelists, including Alex Petrov, CIO of Bitfury; Jan Čapek, CEO of Slush Pool; Samson Mow, CSO of Blockstream; and Howard.

They talked about the high infrastructure costs, in terms of both energy and the environment, associated with traditional banking systems, including ATMs, security and servers.

“There are 3.6 million ATMs deployed in the U.S. Each of them are using 7 to 800 watts just in standby mode,” said Petrov. “This alone generates huge numbers of electricity usage, slightly higher than the Bitcoin network.

“If you add … internal banking systems, CTVs, communicating with other banks, additional protection … you get higher costs than the cost of Bitcoin,” he added.

“Gold mining consumes enormous energy. Portions of the electricity crypto mining consumes come from power generation and distribution originally built to supply ore and precious metals extraction or processing,” said Howard.

“Where traditional energy consumers like gold mines really fall down is all the other negative externalities of the ‘wealth’ they create. Gold mining during and after is one of the most toxic and destructive operations on the planet.”

Howard talked about the use of abandoned industrial sites for Bitcoin mining, like pulp and paper mills that had been closed due to dwindling forestry supplies and increased concerns about energy use and toxic waste pollution.

“Lots of crypto mines are sitting in old industrial sites with a 100-megawatt transformer sitting next to them,” he said.

By way of example, in the Q&A session that followed the panel, one conference participant talked about his mining operation in British Columbia in a partly abandoned manufacturing site where water is pumped through his mine for cooling and then recycled into a warm-water fish farm.

Mining Doesn’t Create New Hydro Infrastructure: Power Is Produced Even If Unused

After the panel, Howard reiterated to Bitcoin Magazine what other conference panelists had said: that large energy mega-projects like hydro dams produce electricity whether they’re used or not.

“To my knowledge, no one has built out any net-new power generation to supply a crypto mine. Power generation stations are major pieces of infrastructure that take years to put in place and in the range of a decade to pay off. Most power generation is done, certainly in the western world, by publicly owned and/or regulated utilities. Those stations run 24/7, 365 for decades. The energy goes onto the grid no matter what and, until we figure out storage, is a perishable commodity.

“Crypto mining takes full advantage of this, typically sucking up energy at very low prices. The prices are low because the energy can’t find more productive use, often taking over abandoned industrial sites far away from urban centers,” he added.

Čapek told the conference that “China has been overinvesting in hydro power and has large amounts of power that is not being used” as a result of overbuilding hydro dams in anticipation of industrial needs (principally aluminum manufacturing) that never materialized.

“Cheap hydro power has helped China dominate the world’s Bitcoin mining business, and this power would be generated with or without Bitcoin mining,” said Čapek, who recommended a recently released study on the energy costs of mining in China.

Čapek said a rough estimate of global Bitcoin mining energy use is 25 terawatt hours per year, only a fraction of the amount of energy used in manufacturing aluminum globally.

PoW vs. PoS

The panelists mostly agreed that proof of work’s higher energy use is necessary for real security and that proof of stake is not likely to happen soon. They noted that PoS would not give the Bitcoin network the security it needs, even if it was more energy efficient.

“The more energy that’s expended, the more security you have,” noted Mow. “The system has to be nuclear-proof.”

Petrov defended the possibility of a hybrid model of both PoW and PoS, saying, “Proof of stake may work for some specific purposes, not necessarily in the financial area but inside private blockchains.”

Mow responded that using both PoS and PoW “brings out the worst of both worlds,” while Howard noted that Dash is using a hybrid model with some success, though it’s very expensive to use.

Howard concluded: “It [Bitcoin mining] is a positive economic activity, typically in places where it is needed, as well as meaningful revenue to the utilities which are major employers and usually profit centers for governments. The ‘waste of energy’ argument, like most establishment arguments against blockchains, does not pass the test of science.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Op Ed: The Benefits of Incentivizing Node Operators in Public Blockchains

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

Op Ed: The Benefits of Incentivizing Node Operators in Public Blockchains

The cryptocurrency industry has seen tremendous growth this year, with a 3,363 percent increase in market capitalization and a 216 percent increase in cryptocurrency and asset exchanges. While this is certainly promising, it foreshadows a unique scalability problem. At present, most crypto companies are almost entirely dependent on the charity of “nodes” to establish and enforce the rules of their platform — all with little or no incentive to do so.

For years, this has been the industry standard, and, so long as the system isn’t overwhelmed, it holds up. However, with the recent surge of activity surrounding cryptocurrency, the time and energy required to validate each transaction is becoming more and more time-consuming. With expanding size and scale, the question becomes, is it worthwhile to operate a node in today’s digital climate?

Traditional node operators harness the power of everyday computers to run an overlaying security protocol that polices the blockchain. If a transaction violates the consensus algorithm, it’s immediately flagged and removed. As more nodes enter the system, the more secure the governance layer becomes, increasing efficiencies and fortifying trust. However, as demand increases, so too does the pool of transactions that need to be verified, which ultimately raises the resource burden for node operators — discouraging participation.

Now, if these nodes were incentivized for their participation, crypto companies would be able to entice larger quantities of node operators. Such incentives can take a variety of forms. First and foremost, companies can implement a donation pool in the blockchain, where members are required to pay a small participation fee that will be distributed through a smart contract to node operators. Imagine this as a “price of entry” for blockchain exchanges, where participants in the community pay for the efficiencies and securities that would have been provided for free.

Another possibility is to incentivize nodes with a portion of the mining reward. Here, each node operator receives a predetermined cut of the overall mining return assuming that they meet specific criteria per pay period. This process carries a number of advantages. Unlike donation pools, which are largely contingent upon the number of paying participants in the space, mining incentives are more dependable, maintaining blockchain functionality regardless of how many actors are engaged with the system.

Cryptocurrencies like Dash and ZenCash that have put into place systems that incentivize node operators have seen their networks grow exponentially as a result. By providing a percentage of the mining reward to node operators, in the span of mere months, these cryptocurrencies have seen the number of operators grow in size by hundreds and even thousands. These operators, in turn, have worked to ensure consistency and improved usability in the end-user experience, opening the possibility for creating dApps, smart contracts and other services on top of the network.

In the pursuit of true decentralization, industry experts must start thinking critically about the role that node operators should — and will — play in the future of the industry. To transform short-term gains into long-term successes, it will be increasingly important for crypto companies to bring their platforms to scale, and step one will be to incentivize, instead of expect, node operators to keep the community afloat. Simply stated, with cryptocurrency, we are on the precipice of a new era of innovation, and as the industry grows, we must be prepared to grow with it.

This is a guest post by by Rob Viglione, co-founder of ZenCash. Views expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Bitcoin Magazine or BTC Media.



This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin Price Drop From $20,000 Likely Due to Market Manipulation: Traders

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

Since December 17, the bitcoin price has been on a continuous decline, falling from $19,900 to $5,980 at its yearly low. While the bitcoin price has seen two mid-term recoveries and corrective rallies, both failed to test two major support levels at $12,000 and $10,000. Market Manipulation Theory Recently, a group of cryptocurrency researchers and

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The Trump administration told Congress they reached a deal with China to lift sanctions on Chinese tech giant ZTE

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

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  • The Commerce Department told members of Congress that the Trump administration reached a deal to lift sanctions on Chinese phone maker ZTE.
  • In exchange for easing the sanctions, ZTE will be forced to "pay a bigger fine, have to hire American compliance officers, and they have to get rid of the current ZTE management team," according to a source familiar.
  • ZTE was facing sanctions after selling goods containing US parts to Iran and North Korea.
  • Republicans and Democratic lawmakers have blasted Trump's willingness to do a deal on ZTE.

The Trump administration has told Congress that the Commerce Department struck a deal with Chinese phone maker ZTE to ease sanctions against the tech giant in exchange for changes at the company.

According to a source familiar, the Commerce Department informed members of Congress that the current sanctions — a practice called a denial order which prevents ZTE from buying parts from US companies — will be lifted in exchange for changes at the company.

"Under the deal, ZTE will pay a bigger fine, have to hire American compliance officers, and they have to get rid of the current ZTE management team," the source told Business Insider. "Once they do all that, the denial order is lifted and they can start doing business with American companies again."

ZTE was crippled following sanctions from the US. The company said in a statement on May 10 that due to the crackdown, "the major operating activities of the company have ceased."

The denial order was implemented after ZTE failed to respond to earlier sanctions that alleged the company sold goods containing US parts into Iran and North Korea, a violation of sanctions against those countries.

Members of Congress from both parties warned the Trump administration not to reverse sanctions on ZTE since the company both violated US law and posed a national security threat.

"Yes they have a deal in mind. It is a great deal... for #ZTE & China," GOP Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted Friday. "#China crushes U.S. companies with no mercy & they use these telecomm companies to spy & steal from us. Many hoped this time would be different. Now congress will need to act."

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer also expressed frustration in a statement.

"If the administration goes through with this reported deal, President Trump would be helping make China great again," Schumer said. "Simply a fine and changing board members would not protect America's economic or national security, and would be a huge victory for President Xi, and a dramatic retreat by President Trump. Both parties in Congress should come together to stop this deal in its tracks."

A group of 27 senators from both parties signed on to a letter earlier in the week that, in part, warned the Trump adminstration against going easy on ZTE. The lawmakers pointed to national security officials' fear that ZTE could gain access to critical US technology and help bolster the Chinese government's efforts to modernize their defense capabilities.

China worked to get the sanctions against ZTE lifted in trade negations with the Trump adminstration over the past two weeks. In exchange for lifting the sanctions, China is reportedly willing to lower tariffs on US agricultural products like pork and wine.

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Trading Platform TrakInvest to Make Their App on Hedera Hashgraph Distributed Ledger Technology

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CRYPTO INSIDER: An exclusive interview with JPMorgan's 29-year-old head of crypto strategy

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

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Business Insider spoke to 29-year-old Oli Harris, JPMorgan's head of crypto strategy, about his work at the firm, and what he thinks young professionals can learn from his meteoric rise.

Harris told BI that "you have to be relentless in pursuit of your goals," among other crucial advice.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: An exclusive interview with JPMorgan's 29-year-old head of crypto strategy

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Business Insider spoke to 29-year-old Oli Harris, JPMorgan's head of crypto strategy, about his work at the firm, and what he thinks young professionals can learn from his meteoric rise.

Harris told BI that "you have to be relentless in pursuit of your goals," among other crucial advice.

Here are the current crypto prices:

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In the news:

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CRYPTO INSIDER: An exclusive interview with JPMorgan's 29-year-old head of crypto strategy

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Business Insider spoke to 29-year-old Oli Harris, JPMorgan's head of crypto strategy, about his work at the firm, and what he thinks young professionals can learn from his meteoric rise.

Harris told BI that "you have to be relentless in pursuit of your goals," among other crucial advice.

Here are the current crypto prices:

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In the news:

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CRYPTO INSIDER: An exclusive interview with JPMorgan's 29-year-old head of crypto strategy

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

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.

Business Insider spoke to 29-year-old Oli Harris, JPMorgan's head of crypto strategy, about his work at the firm, and what he thinks young professionals can learn from his meteoric rise.

Harris told BI that "you have to be relentless in pursuit of your goals," among other crucial advice.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Screen Shot 2018 05 25 at 12.38.14 PM

In the news:

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

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What you need to know on Wall Street today

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

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. Sign up here to get the best of Business Insider delivered direct to your inbox.

"We're all feeling like where we were back in 2007"

At an earnings call in April, an analyst pressed bank CEO Ken Moelis on his rosy outlook for his firm's restructuring business — the corner of Wall Street known for advising companies with messy books veering toward bankruptcy.

On the surface, market conditions are showing few signs of distress. The economies in the US and throughout the developed world are growing, the stock market has been upbeat despite fits of volatility, and corporate default rates remain low and are projected to fall further in 2018 and beyond.

"I do think we're all feeling like where we were back in 2007," Bill Derrough, the cohead of recapitalization and restructuring at Moelis & Co., told Business Insider. "There was sort of a smell in the air; there were some crazy deals getting done. You just knew it was a matter of time."

Business Insider spoke with several top restructuring bankers who were all buoyant on the outlook for their industry, in part because of disconcerting trends facing debt-burdened companies but also because of how the business has changed since the last financial crisis.

Read more about how banks are staffing up for a potential boom in restructuring business here. 

How to get ahead in finance

How can you climb the ranks at the big bank at a young age?

"You have to be relentless in the pursuit of your goals," says Oli Harris, who at 29 is JPMorgan's head of crypto strategy.

Harris is one of the people featured on Business Insider's UK Fintech 35 under 35, a list showcasing the best young talent in the industry. Before his crypto role, he ran the bank's "In Residence" program, which found promising fintech startups for JPMorgan to work with.

"I love the ability to be the bridge between JPMorgan and the fintech world and actually seeing tangible outcomes of the partnerships we do with companies," Harris said. Read more from our interview with Harris here

Elsewhere in crypto news, Kraken, the cryptocurrency exchange, has brought in a legal heavyweight to help it navigate through the murky regulatory environment for bitcoin, people familiar with the hire tell Business Insider. 

The "scariest number" in finance right now

13.4 million. That's the number of hires into the financial-services industry since 2009, filled with people who may never have worked during a major economic or market crash.

For David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff's chief economist, this is the "scariest number of them all."

Here's why

Why Comcast wants Fox

Disney wants Fox to help it kill Netflix. But what exactly does Comcast want with Fox?

Late last year, when Disney made its bold attempt to acquire a suite of 21st Century Fox assets, its motivation seemed crystal clear: It wanted to bolster its collection of intellectual property for its coming direct-to-consumer streaming service (i.e., the would-be Netflix killer). Add the X-Men and "Avatar" to "Star Wars" and Mickey, and you've really got something, the thinking goes.

Less clear, perhaps, is why the pay-TV titan Comcast wants Fox, whose assets include a TV studio and the FX cable network. Business Insider talked to two media-industry experts to attempt to shed light on this would-be deal.

Here's our story.

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Just One Crypto Bucked the Market Downtrend This Week

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

Shadowing the losses in bitcoin, the top-25 cryptocurrencies have all fallen over the last seven days – all bar one, that is.

Bitcoin Gold Responds to Recent Double Spend Attack

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

The development team behind Bitcoin Gold has released an update on last week’s 51 percent attack, which the attacker weaponized through a double spend attack to steal funds from cryptocurrency exchanges. Published on Thursday, the update confirmed that the attacker had gained majority control of the network’s hashrate and used that control to reorganize the

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German Stock Exchange Eyes Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

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

German Stock Exchange Eyes Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

Frankfurt Stock Exchange parent company, Deutsche Boerse AG, appears to have begun work on technology that will allow them to offer their clients bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related products.

In December 2017, regulators in the U.S. greenlit bitcoin futures trading for the CME Group and CBOE Futures Exchange, but since then, no major European exchange has jumped in. Speaking at an industry event in London on May 23, 2018, Jeffrey Tessler, head of clients, products and core markets for Deutsche Boerse, said they are considering offering cryptocurrency products: "We are deep at work with it."

Tessler is quoted in Bloomberg confirming that Deutsche Boerse is “not at the same stage” as CME and that they want to make sure that they understand the underlying transaction “which isn’t the easiest thing to do.”

Two months ago, Deutsche Boerse announced a plan to work with the financial management firm HQLAX and R3’s Corda blockchain platform to implement a system that can offer more efficient securities settlement via a blockchain. HQLAX and R3 already have a solution for securities lending with a number of large banks, such as ING and Credit Suisse.

Tessler added, “Before moving forwards with anything like bitcoin, we want to understand the volatility and make sure clients are in line and make sure regulators are in line.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Cryptocurrency Market Posts Minor Recovery But Bitcoin Downward Trend is Still Strong

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

As CCN reported yesterday, on May 24, the bitcoin price dipped below $7,250 as a massive sell-off from the $7,700 mark intensified. After three consecutive sell-offs within a 24-hour period, the price of bitcoin dropped from $7,900 to $7,250, eventually stabilizing at $7,400. Bear Market The cryptocurrency sector is in a short-term bear cycle. In

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Cryptocurrency is a ‘Token’, We Won’t Call it a Currency: South Africa’s Central Bank

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

South Africa’s central bank is choosing to call cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as ‘cyber-tokens’ rather than currencies, arguing they do not ‘meet the requirements of money’. The South African Reserve Bank (SARB), the country’s central bank, prefers to see cryptocurrencies as ‘tokens’ rather than currencies according to deputy governor Francois Groepe. As things stand, the authority … Continued

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Bitcoin Faces First Close Below This Key Long-Term Support in 2.5 Years

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

If bitcoin closes the week below the 50-week moving average it will increase the likelihood of a sell-off to $6,000

Pink Taxis, Red Flags: A Deep Dive Into a Sketchy ICO

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

No team, plagiarized white paper, McAfee pump, promises of bitcoin-like returns, brand hijacking, a fake blog. Welcome to ICO-land.

There’s 1 Bitcoin Hidden in This Puzzle, and Whoever Solves it Wins

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

Another treasure hunt is underway n the Bitcoin community as members seek to crack a puzzle hidden in an image that resembles a “word cloud”. The image was posted earlier this week on the Bitcoin subreddit by new user cryptogreetings, who informed excited readers that one whole Bitcoin (currently worth $8300) was up for grabs for whoever

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DOJ’s Bitcoin Price Manipulation Probe a ‘Good Thing’: Mike Novogratz

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

Billionaire investor and former hedge fund manager Mike Novogratz said that he is optimistic that the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) recently-launched probe into allegations of bitcoin price manipulation will contribute to the long-term health of the cryptocurrency market. Speaking in an interview with Bloomberg, Novogratz — the founder of $250 million cryptocurrency merchant bank

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