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What’s Going on with Bitcoin?

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

In terms of price, there’s not much to say, except it has been a boring week. Opinions seem to be quite divided, although that is only natural as the market keeps moving side-ways. Boring as hell. What about technology? What’s new? In terms of new and exciting developments happening on the bitcoin community, there are

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TransferWise CEO Claims Bitcoin Isn’t Flexible Enough For Widespread Adoption

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

Kristo Kaarmann, co-founder and CEO of TransferWise, a global money transfer service, has stated that cryptocurrencies are not sufficiently flexible for widespread adoption. Kaarmann shared his views on cryptocurrency with Arjun Kharpal of CNBC during the Money 2020 conference in Amsterdam, adding that it would be exciting if people eventually use cryptocurrencies to buy everyday goods.

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Mike Novogratz says a CNBC segment on buying a bitcoin rival shows why regulators are clamping down on crypto

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

Novogratz, Mike Novogratz, Fortress CEO, SALT

  • Mike Novogratz poked a little fun at CNBC while speaking to rival Bloomberg about the crypto hype that marked the very beginning of 2018.
  • "CNBC, not to pick on CNBC, but I think I can since I am here," Novogratz said. 
  • He said a segment about buying Ripple's XRP epitomized the "peak nonsense" of the bitcoin mania that swept financial media and markets. 

Mike Novogratz, the famed hedge funder turned crypto-enthusiast, poked a little fun at a segment on financial news network CNBC when describing to rival Bloomberg News the crypto hype that marked the very start of 2018. 

"CNBC, not to pick on CNBC, but I think I can since I am here, they literally had a show where they were one by one walking people through how to buy the Ripple, the XRP coin, literally when it was trading at $3.20 having moved from $0.20 8 weeks earlier," Novogratz said speaking to Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker.

Novogratz said that was "peak nonsense."

Ripple's XRP, a bitcoin rival, was technically trading above $2.57 when CNBC broke down how to buy it on exchange operator Poloniex on January 5. Still, the crypto market was red-hot then, with the entire market racing towards an all-time high market capitalization above $830 billion, according to CoinMarketCap. XRP ultimately fell to $0.49 on April 5. 

To be sure, many publications created walk-throughs for readers and viewers on how to purchase crypto-assets during the run-up. Business Insider published "Ripple's XRP is the hot new cryptocurrency - here's how you buy it" in January when Ripple was trading at approximately $2 a token.

The second-half of 2017 also saw the rise of initial coin offerings, a quick way to raise funds using cryptocurrency. Many of these fundraisers were promoted by celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Floyd Mayweather. 

Novogratz said this phenomenon might be the reason regulators started to clamp down in 2018. But it is something Novogratz, who is building out a crypto merchant bank, thinks is a positive sign for the market. 

"So we are going to knock out some of the crap from the system," he said. "It is healthy."

Notably, the Securities and Exchange Commission hit a number of cryptocurrency company with subpoenas. It also recently promoted Valerie Szczepanik to lead its new cryptocurrency enforcement unit. The New York Attorney General's office earlier this year launched an inquiry into cryptocurrency exchanges.   

The question now hanging over the space is whether regulators will deem crypto assets as securities, which would require entities that facilitate crypto trading to subscribe to a whole range of regulations. 

"I bet dimes to donuts [regulators] will say 'ethereum probably was a security but it is not anymore,'" Novogratz said.

Novogratz said there are about 200 tokens in regulatory "no-man's land."

Jay Clayton, the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, didn't provide additional clarity during an interview Wednesday with CNBC. 

"I’m not going to comment on specific crypto assets and whether they are a security or are not a security," Clayton told CNBC's Bob Pisani.

CNBC declined to comment. 

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Mike Novogratz says a CNBC segment on buying a bitcoin rival shows why regulators are clamping down on crypto

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

Novogratz, Mike Novogratz, Fortress CEO, SALT

  • Mike Novogratz poked a little fun at CNBC while speaking to rival Bloomberg about the crypto hype that marked the very beginning of 2018.
  • "CNBC, not to pick on CNBC, but I think I can since I am here," Novogratz said. 
  • He said a segment about buying Ripple's XRP epitomized the "peak nonsense" of the bitcoin mania that swept financial media and markets. 

Mike Novogratz, the famed hedge funder turned crypto-enthusiast, poked a little fun at a segment on financial news network CNBC when describing to rival Bloomberg News the crypto hype that marked the very start of 2018. 

"CNBC, not to pick on CNBC, but I think I can since I am here, they literally had a show where they were one by one walking people through how to buy the Ripple, the XRP coin, literally when it was trading at $3.20 having moved from $0.20 8 weeks earlier," Novogratz said speaking to Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker.

Novogratz said that was "peak nonsense."

Ripple's XRP, a bitcoin rival, was technically trading above $2.57 when CNBC broke down how to buy it on exchange operator Poloniex on January 5. Still, the crypto market was red-hot then, with the entire market racing towards an all-time high market capitalization above $830 billion, according to CoinMarketCap. XRP ultimately fell to $0.49 on April 5. 

To be sure, many publications created walk-throughs for readers and viewers on how to purchase crypto-assets during the run-up. Business Insider published "Ripple's XRP is the hot new cryptocurrency - here's how you buy it" in January when Ripple was trading at approximately $2 a token.

The second-half of 2017 also saw the rise of initial coin offerings, a quick way to raise funds using cryptocurrency. Many of these fundraisers were promoted by celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Floyd Mayweather. 

Novogratz said this phenomenon might be the reason regulators started to clamp down in 2018. But it is something Novogratz, who is building out a crypto merchant bank, thinks is a positive sign for the market. 

"So we are going to knock out some of the crap from the system," he said. "It is healthy."

Notably, the Securities and Exchange Commission hit a number of cryptocurrency company with subpoenas. It also recently promoted Valerie Szczepanik to lead its new cryptocurrency enforcement unit. The New York Attorney General's office earlier this year launched an inquiry into cryptocurrency exchanges.   

The question now hanging over the space is whether regulators will deem crypto assets as securities, which would require entities that facilitate crypto trading to subscribe to a whole range of regulations. 

"I bet dimes to donuts [regulators] will say 'ethereum probably was a security but it is not anymore,'" Novogratz said.

Novogratz said there are about 200 tokens in regulatory "no-man's land."

Jay Clayton, the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission, didn't provide additional clarity during an interview Wednesday with CNBC. 

"I’m not going to comment on specific crypto assets and whether they are a security or are not a security," Clayton told CNBC's Bob Pisani.

CNBC declined to comment. 

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Development of Lightning Mobile Wallets Promises Faster Bitcoin Payments

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

Development of Lightning Mobile Wallets Promises Faster Bitcoin Payments

Since the turn of the year, the price of bitcoin has been battered with investors left to lick their wounds. Behind the scenes though, the development of Bitcoin has continued to defy market movements with the continuous development of the Lightning Network (LN), which has led to the creation of several bitcoin LN wallets.

The Lightning Network ushered in the promise of easing network congestion by moving on-chain transactions to the second-layer protocol.

Here are some of the mobile wallets currently in development.

Eclair

Developed by Paris-based ACINQ, Lightning-ready Bitcoin wallet Eclair currently has 3,000 wallet downloads, and it came about as a result of three years of working on Lightning. The Eclair wallet is a real Lightning node not a remote control app for a node running on a server. Users can transfer money from a checking to a savings account by closing channels, generate Lightning invoices, and pay Lightning invoices through QR codes or Lightning invoices.

Dominique Padiou, a software engineer at Eclair, told Bitcoin Magazine that payment route computation is made by the wallet itself, which creates better privacy, similar to the way a node on a server would.

At the moment, the wallet is outbound only. This is a deliberate move as the company believes users need a mobile Lightning wallet to make payments but not necessarily to receive payments. There are plans, however, to add a receiving feature in the future.

For now, funds stored in LN channels cannot be backed up through the app. Padiou said the company plans to "improve the performance of the wallet in the future, make it secure and add a backup mechanism for the LN channels." This wallet is only available on the Google Play Store.

Bitcoin Lightning Wallet

Bitcoin Lightning is an SPV BIP37-based wallet developed by Anton Kumaigorodski. It features full Lightning Network support that provides for both on-chain and off-chain network transactions and is available in both testnet and mainnet.

Processing is local for both on- and off-chain transactions. Users can send and receive bitcoin almost instantly through dedicated channels. One unique quality of this wallet is that it uses a system of storage tokens to store channel backups and delay refunding transactions anonymously.

This process is important, since "having a mnemonic phrase won't get your lost channel balance back unless you have a backup," Kumaigorodski stated. The potential for funds to go missing due to inconsistencies remain, but Kumaigorodski added that "the wallet offers off-chain data loss protection by automating the channel.” This wallet is available on the Google Play Store.

Rawtx

Rawtx, short for “raw transactions,” is a mobile Lightning Network wallet for Bitcoin that allows users to send and receive testnet bitcoins on the blockchain and Lightning Network. The lead developer, known by the alias “raw tx,” told Bitcoin Magazine that they created the wallet for users who wanted to test out and get familiar with Lightning technology.

He went further to explain what makes the wallet unique. "It is the easiest to start with. One of the first things we show the user is a way of opening a channel with Lightning faucet.” The Rawtx wallet is built on lnd which is one of the most stable Lightning implementations out there.

The app currently supports mainnet transactions but enabling it is not entirely straightforward. The developer told us that the current app available for download is only on testnet, but mainnet testing has begun and it looks promising.

The iOS version of the Rawtx wallet is scheduled to be released later this month while the Android version can be found here.

Other bitcoin Lightning wallets that have been released include LND Thin Wallet developed by Union 7 Labs, Swift Lightning Project and Shango Lightning Wallet. They offer similar features with very little difference in structure and how they process off-chain transactions.

Usability Issues

While Lightning has grown since it was first proposed back in 2015, there is still a long way to go in making these apps easy to use for everyday payments for the average person.

At the time of publishing, there are currently 2,135 open nodes and 5,566 channels. While there is lots of excitement and optimism about what the Lightning Network represents, users are expected to be cautious as the technology is still in development and surprises are possible.

There are also usability issues which could affect the speed of its adoption unless they are fixed. This is most evident in the channel creation process. A user has to go through a series of confirmations before a new channel is accepted, which means the user has to monitor the channel carefully.

You can read more about the Lightning Network here.

Bitcoin Magazine currently does not endorse any of these wallets. While we have no concrete reason to believe they are insecure, all Lightning software is still in very early stages, and we cannot guarantee they will work as advertised.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

This woman made a business out of hooking up cryptocurrency holders with yachts and $4 million cars — now she's launching a currency named after herself

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

Elizabeth White

  • Elizabeth White made a business out of trading in cryptocurrency holders' digital wealth in for luxury items like Lamborghinis, designer fashion, and yachts.
  • Now, she's launching her own cryptocurrency, a "stable token" called the "White Standard."

For many in the cryptocurrency community, the hashtag #whenlambo signifies the Lamborghini as the embodiment of the aspirational wealth they someday hope to possess.

But for Elizabeth White, #whenlambo conveys a personal challenge.

When the hashtag started trending in cryptocurrency forums last year, White says she thought to herself, "You know what, I can get these people a Lambo."

Affluence may abound in the cryptocurrency community, but it isn't always easy to transform digital wealth in for real-world assets. Punishing transactional fees, low daily exchange limits on trading platforms, and wildly fluctuating values can make trading digital currencies in for fiat a difficult endeavor.

White, who has long worked in the racecar industry, decided to leverage her connections to hedge funds and luxury car dealerships to provide cryptocurrency holders access to the Italian supercar of their dreams. 

"There's so much new wealth in the cryptocurrency community," says White. "Cars seem to be a big seller because it establishes you as a cryptocurrency holder."

Elizabeth White porsche

Typically, White's initial exchanges take place over the secure messaging app Telegram. White says she can facilitate a deal for a luxury car in exchange for cryptocurrencies in a matter of days. 

"We had a very large sale to a buyer in China from a seller in California for a $4 million car," says White. "The negotiation was very quick. It took less than a week and the settlement took about 30 minutes."

White says her company, suitably called "the White Company," can handle such fast-paced deals in a mix of fiat and digital currencies because of the liquidity of the hedge fund, Apis Capital Management, with which she works. 

"We're able to quickly convert someone's holdings at any moment," says White. "I can take these large amounts of money and purchase the items for my client, and then re-ingest their cryptocurrencies back into the fund." 

Among the transactions she's handled are deals for Super Bowl suites, yachts, honeymoons, luxury fashion items, and engagement rings. 

The ability to cash in digital assets for real-world goods is an important and validating function for cryptocurrencies, says White. 

"It all goes back to offering cryptocurrency holders something they need," she says. "They need the ability to purchase something in the real world with their digital wealth."

Elizabeth White

White's experience cashing in cryptocurrency assets for tangible goods has inspired her in an entirely new direction. Now, along with her finance partner Edgar Radjabli, she's launching her own cryptocurrency called "the White Standard" that she hopes will someday be used to handle the majority of online transactions.

Unlike ether and bitcoin, which have both been historically traded as a method of speculation, the "White Standard" is a "stable coin" — a digital token with the chief goal of serving as a means of digital commerce. White says that each White Standard, which are built on the blockchain application Stellar, will be backed by an American dollar, ensuring that the coins maintain a real-world value. 

"As they gain adoption, White Standards will be trade-able on other exchanges," says White's finance partner, Edgar Radjabli. "You'll always be able to trade ether and bitcoin in and out of the White Standard." 

Radjabli said that both he and White started considering the possibility of their own dollar-backed digital currency when rumors began swirling that Tether, another dollar-backed stable token, wasn't accurately representing the fiat backing for their coins.

The White Standard, which will be backed by Radjabli's hedge fund, plans on building a foundation of payment networks for cryptocurrency trade worldwide.

"We want to build a coin that will let you instantly buy a cup of coffee or a Lambo with cryptocurrencies anywhere in the world," says Radjabli. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Fidelity is plotting a big move into crypto

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

FILE PHOTO: Fidelity Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Abigail Johnson interviews founder of Bloomberg L.P. and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about innovation at the Boston-based HubWeek in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., October 13, 2017.    REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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Fidelity, one of the biggest providers of 401(k) services and other retirement products to Americans, is plotting the build out of products that would push the market for bitcoin to the next level. Here's what you need to know.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Fidelity is plotting a big move into crypto

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FILE PHOTO: Fidelity Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Abigail Johnson interviews founder of Bloomberg L.P. and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about innovation at the Boston-based HubWeek in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., October 13, 2017.    REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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Fidelity, one of the biggest providers of 401(k) services and other retirement products to Americans, is plotting the build out of products that would push the market for bitcoin to the next level. Here's what you need to know.

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Market Move? Bitcoin Price Rebound to $7,800 Could Confirm Short-Term Rally

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

The bitcoin price has increased from $7,300 to $7,600 over the past 24 hours, sparking optimism regarding the short-term growth of bitcoin. A break to $7,800 could confirm a short-term rally for bitcoin while a drop below the $7,500 mark could lead it back to the $7,300 region, making $6,000 a possibility, yet again. Low

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What you need to know on Wall Street today

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Fidelity moves into bitcoin 

Fidelity, one of the biggest providers of 401K services and other retirement products to Americans, is plotting the buildout of products that would push the market for bitcoin to the next level.

The wealth firm, which oversees $2.4 trillion in assets, already allows certain clients to view their crypto holdings next to their other accounts in their Fidelity portfolio. And its chief executive officer Abigail Johnson is a noted proponent of bitcoin.

But Business Insider has learned Fidelity is looking for talent to build its own digital asset exchange, according to a job posting sent out to employees at the firm.

Morgan Stanley in Silicon Valley 

Morgan Stanley has boots on the ground this week to meet with over 150 technology providers as part of its annual CTO Innovation Summit in Palo Alto, California.

The event solves a common pain point that both tech entrepreneurs and large firms face: they can't find each other.

More here. 

Deutsche shakeup continues 

Deutsche Bank has lost its two coheads of US leveraged finance as staff turnover mounts at the German lender.

Scott Sartorius and Christopher Blum and are leaving the bank, according to people familiar with the matter. Sartorius will become a managing director at Citi, where he worked earlier in his career, while Blum is expected to join a rival, the people said. Sartorius is taking paid time off, known on Wall Street as garden leave.

Crypto riches grow

Cryptocurrency traders have become well-known for conspicuous displays of wealth.

Rows of Lamborghinis were parked outside the recent Consensus conference in New York and some attendees blew off steam at after parties in exclusive clubs with champagne, vodka, and even drugs.

But not all crypto enthusiasts are so ostentatious. John Lore, a lawyer who has advised over 30 cryptocurrency hedge funds, said one trader who approached him about setting up a fund, in fact, apologized to him, embarrassed by his crypto riches.

More here. 

Mastercard adding voice payments 

Mastercard is planning to integrate payments into the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa virtual voice assistants, according to CNBC. The integration will allow consumers to pay for things by talking to the voice assistants and paying through Masterpass, the firm's mobile wallet-buy button hybrid that saves payment and shipping information.

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Op Ed: Untapped Potential and Hidden Challenges of IoT and Supply Chains

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

IoT and the Supply Chain: Untapped Potential and Hidden Challenges

Applications of blockchains extend far beyond cryptocurrencies. Electronic sensor networks powered by the Internet of Things (IoT) are an untapped platform for deploying the next generation of blockchain technology, which stands to improve operating efficiency in numerous sectors, including manufacturing supply chains.

The key challenge to adopting blockchain technology on a large scale is adequately quantifying the costs and risks of deployment and ensuring security. Blockchains were first adopted in fintech, where products have short qualification cycles and are not safety critical. IoT networks can help to address these hurdles and extend blockchain technology to other sectors that require higher reliability.

Authenticated Workflow Automation

In a blockchain-powered supply chain, real-time IoT sensors enable authenticated workflow automation through smart contracts — self-executing scripts that can be triggered by blockchain transactions.

Smart contracts allow IoT sensor nodes to bypass the middle man (i.e., a central authentication server). To validate activity on the network, sensor nodes simply need to communicate with their nearest neighbors, which could then quickly authenticate new activities or transactions without connecting to a central server in the cloud or farther away in a private network.

As such, IoT blockchain networks accelerate data exchange in manufacturing supply chains, thus increasing operational efficiency and reducing system vulnerability.

Energy and Security Challenges

The trade-off in operating efficiency versus the cost of energy and network maintenance deserves some attention. While a blockchain IoT network may reduce the number of bottlenecks in a supply chain, the cost of energy for each sensor to continuously validate transactions and update its copy of the distributed blockchain ledger is not a commonly published metric. Frequent blockchain updates also reduce the average sensor lifetime, thus increasing the frequency and cost of part replacement.

The security of IoT blockchain networks is also not well understood. Unlike a public cryptocurrency network (where most of the mining power is not controlled by any single user), the mining or validation pool in a private blockchain may be limited to the nodes in the network.

An intruder — with more computing power than 50 percent of the IoT nodes on the private network — could potentially hijack an entire private blockchain. By hashing faster than the rest of the network, the intruder has the luxury of deciding which new transactions are validated and added to the distributed ledger. This is commonly referred to as a “51 percent attack.”

In May 2018, such an attack was performed on the Bitcoin Gold network. A 51 percent attack on an IoT sensor network could result in supply chain delays, manufacturing defects, service outages and human safety concerns, to name a few.

Platform Scalability Through Standards

Technical standards, such as those currently in development by the IEEE, could provide a framework for building scalable and secure IoT blockchain platforms. Such standards would ensure the interoperability of IoT blockchain devices from different vendors, with the goal of reducing costs and energy, while maximizing security and efficiency.

Addressing the energy and security challenges of deploying IoT blockchain networks in manufacturing supply chains will allow us to better quantify the costs and risks. This will inevitably pave the way for future deployment in other sectors, such as healthcare, smart grid, shipping and transportation.

This is a guest post by Mario Milicevic, Ph.D. Views expressed are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC Media or Bitcoin Magazine.



This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

VanEck, SolidX Join Forces in New Bid to Launch Bitcoin ETF

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

VanEck and SolidX have teamed up to list a bitcoin exchange-traded fund, despite regulatory obstacles that stymied prior attempts.

Binance Coin Hits Record High Against Bitcoin

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

Binance coin, the token launched by the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, has hit an all-time high against bitcoin.

Fidelity, a household name in American investing, is plotting a big move into cryptocurrency trading

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

FILE PHOTO: Fidelity Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Abigail Johnson interviews founder of Bloomberg L.P. and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about innovation at the Boston-based HubWeek in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., October 13, 2017.    REUTERS/Brian Snyder

  • Fidelity Investments, a firm that oversees $2.4 trillion in assets, is hiring to build a digital asset exchange, an internal job ad reviewed by Business Insider reveals. 
  • The firm is also working on custody solutions for crypto, according to another job ad. 
  • If Fidelity successfully launches these products, it would represent one of the biggest moves by a Wall Street firm into the market for digital assets.

Fidelity, one of the biggest providers of 401K services and other retirement products to Americans, is plotting the buildout of products that would push the market for bitcoin to the next level. 

The wealth firm, which oversees $2.4 trillion in assets, already allows certain clients to view their  crypto holdings next to their other accounts in their Fidelity portfolio. And its chief executive officer Abigail Johnson is a noted proponent of bitcoin.

But Business Insider has learned Fidelity is looking for talent to build its own digital asset exchange, according to a job posting sent out to employees at the firm. 

Specifically, the firm is looking for a DevOps System Engineer "to help engineer, create and deploy a Digital Asset exchange to both a public and private cloud."

People with knowledge of Fidelity's crypto ambitions told Business Insider the firm has been working on an offering that would allow clients to buy and sell certain digital assets for about a year. 

If Fidelity does go through with launching a crypto exchange offering, it would arguably be among the biggest moves by a large Wall Street firm into the nascent crypto market, which stands at around $350 billion.

It would also pit Fidelity against a number of established crypto players, such as Coinbase, Kraken, and Bitfinex. To be sure, it's not exactly clear from the job ad whether the exchange would exist alongside Fidelity's other offerings on its site. 

Such an offering could help legitimize the burgeoning crypto market, said market structure specialist Dave Weisberger. 

"Fidelity’s reputation for achieving best execution for their retail clients should help legitimize the asset class," Weisberger said. 

A spokeswoman declined to comment on Fidelity's crypto ambitions. 

Other established Wall Street players are also weighing their own moves into crypto. Goldman Sachs has a team dedicated to building out a trading operation tied to crypto and the New York Stock Exchange is reportedly building a crypto trading platform. 

Yet other banks are remaining cautious. Regulatory and security risks are commonly cited as reasons bitcoin hasn't been adopted more broadly yet. 

About a third of all crypto trading platforms have been hacked, according to a report by JPMorgan. The entrant of a player like Fidelity into the space could lure in retail investors into the market weary of trading on existing platforms. 

Fidelity is also looking to hire staff to develop "first-in-class custodian services for Bitcoin and other digital currencies," according to another internal job ad. 

The position falls under the firm's crypto division, the Fidelity Digital Asset Service unit. It is not clear if Fidelity has cleared the regulatory hurdles to operate a qualified custodian product aimed at institutions, of which there are only a handful operating in the crypto space. 

On Wall Street, custody banks such as State Street and BNYMellon safeguard large amounts of wealth for other institutions while abiding by strict regulatory requirements. 

Some entities offer such solutions in crypto. But they are small firms and their names don't carry the same weight as a Fidelity. BitGo, another crypto tech provider, is working on a qualified custodian product. Paxos, a New York-based firm, holds a trust company charter in New York. 

Crypto exchange Coinbase has its own custody product, Coinbase Custody, which is aimed at institutional Wall Street firms and went live earlier this year. 

Weisberger said the move by Fidelity would make a lot of sense strategically.  

"They have many of the components already: a significant retail footprint across the spectrum of active to less active traders, a prime brokerage area that knows how to account for custody of assets, they operate an ATS already (called “CrossStream”), and have a reputation for excellence and risk control in their product offerings," he said. 

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Huobi Chain Project Plots Course Toward a Decentralized Financial Platform

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

Huobi Chain

Huobi is announcing the launch of the Huobi Chain Project (HCP) and the Huobi Chain Superhero Championship Program (HCSCP). With the HCP and HCSCP initiatives, Huobi wants to build a next-generation, decentralized financial platform.

Huobi, headquartered in Singapore, is a global digital currency trading platform and exchange with offices in Hong Kong, Korea, Japan and the United States. According to the company, Huobi’s digital asset exchange has accumulated a trading volume of $1 trillion and serves more than 5 million users in over 130 countries.

According to data provided by CoinMarketCap, Huobi is currently the world’s third largest crypto exchange by trade volume, trading about $1.2 billion a day at the time of writing. The Huobi group is pursuing a diversified strategy, as shown by the recent launch of a crypto-oriented Exchange Traded Fund (ETF).

"Huobi is moving to Huobi Chain for a couple of reasons,” Gordon Chen, a senior Huobi executive in charge of the project, said in conversation with Bitcoin Magazine. “First, we believe in the decentralized future where some form of autonomous organization will replace corporations today. Huobi wants to make history and lead this transition. We see this as a grand experiment. Second, we think that this new world needs a new financial infrastructure, which is what we are hoping Huobi Chain will be.”

Huobi wants to develop the HCP into a decentralized, autonomous platform for value exchange, fundraising, securitization and more. Once the project is completed, Huobi plans to gradually migrate its operations onto the Huobi Chain. Huobi claims that the HCP is the first global experiment of its kind to transform a centralized corporation to a decentralized organization.

“Our dream is for Huobi to run on the public blockchain and become a truly decentralized autonomous organization,” Huobi Founder and CEO Leon Li stated in a press release.

HCSCP Competition

Huobi is launching the HCSCP competition, divided in ten milestones, with prizes to incentivize the community to participate in building the Huobi public chain and selecting a partner to lead the HCP. The company will fund the project with an initial investment of 20 million Huobi Tokens (HT), which is equivalent to about $100 million at the current exchange rate.

“Upon completion, all of the code will be open-sourced and we will also gradually migrate Huobi onto this new public blockchain,” Li explained. “Going forward, a percentage of Huobi’s yearly revenue will also be made available to fund the program.”

According to information provided by Huobi to Bitcoin Magazine, the HCSCP will follow a 21-month long program structure. The program will start by seeking out a global leader to lead the development efforts of the Huobi Chain Project. The Huobi Chain Project will then be divided into 10 milestones, each with a large prize pool; each milestone is a contest between teams from different parts of the world. New teams can join the contest at any milestone based on the open-sourced code from previous milestones. Upon completion, all of the code will be open-sourced, and the winning teams will share the prize.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Ripple Smart Contracts Creator Targets Ethereum with New Tech Launch

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Three years after Ripple shelved Codius, Stefan Thomas is bringing the smart contract platform back to life with his eyes set on disrupting Ethereum.

Treading Water: Bitcoin Bulls Await Break Above $7,780

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Still in bearish territory, bitcoin need to clear resistance at $7,780 in order to regain a bullish bias.

The World’s Most Valuable Banknote Is (Barely) Enough to Buy One Bitcoin

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The world’s most valuable banknote is barely worth one bitcoin, according to a report published by Quartz. The banknote in question belongs to Brunei, one of the most centralized countries in the world, and has one of the richest men alive printed on it. Brunei’s B$10,000 bill is worth, at press time, roughly $7,584. Bitcoin,

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A crypto trader setting up a hedge fund apologised for making so much money

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A casino dealer collects chips at a roulette table inside Solaire Casino in Pasay city, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 27, 2015. The Philippines has emerged as one of Asia's hottest gambling hubs after it launched its 120-hectare (1.2 square km) gaming and leisure enclave called Entertainment City in the capital, modelled on the Las Vegas strip. When paying your final respects for a relative or friend, the last thing you might expect to see at the wake is people placing bets on a card game or bingo. Not in the Philippines. Filipinos, like many Asians, love their gambling. But making wagers on games such as

  • Lawyer John Lore advises hedge funds and has seen a spike in specialist crypto funds asking for help.
  • He said the background of his crypto clients is much more diverse than traditional fund managers. Some people approaching him about setting up funds are amateur traders who made it big.
  • One would-be fund manager was so embarrassed by his new found wealth he apologised for turning $600,000 into $8 million.


LONDON — Cryptocurrency traders have become well-known for conspicuous displays of wealth.

Rows of Lamborghinis were parked outside the recent Consensus conference in New York and some attendees blew off steam at after parties in exclusive clubs with champagne, vodka, and even drugs.

But not all crypto enthusiasts are so ostentatious. John Lore, a lawyer who has advised over 30 cryptocurrency hedge funds, said one trader who approached him about setting up a fund, in fact, apologised to him, embarrassed by his crypto riches.

"Some of them make me feel bad about my own net worth and what I’ve done with my life," Lore told BI. "I even had a fund manager apologise for making so much money and said he’d donate a lot to charity.

"They’d put in approximately $600,000 and they, in January, were sitting at over $8 million. My son took one look at that and decided he’s going to be a cryptocurrency manager."

Lore is the founder of Capital Fund Law Group, a New York firm that specialises in advising hedge funds and asset managers. Lore told BI he has seen a huge spike in the number of inquiries from people looking to set up cryptocurrency hedge funds.

"There’s a lot of demand but I think right now there’s a lot of need for education," Lore said. "Never has there been a more diverse group of potential managers come to us. These aren’t just all former buy-side analysts at investment banks, they’re coming from all different aspects."

Bitcoin rose over 1,000% against the dollar in 2017, while other cryptocurrencies booked similarly staggering gains. Lore said that this huge rally has created overnight wealth for even casual bitcoin enthusiasts, many of whom now believe they can replicate this success in fund management.

"I would say right now most fund managers are not looking to necessarily grow a large fund, they’re looking to grow a track record," Lore said. "In 2017, the market’s the track record — anyone who’s in is doing great. No one would form a cryptocurrency fund without absolutely fantastic performance returns."

Bitcoin has slumped from a high of $20,000 in December to around $7,500 and the wider cryptocurrency market has followed a broadly similar trajectory. Lore said funds he advises are still seeing strong returns despite the market slump.

"There are funds in 2018 that have consistently had very high returns, often from this quantitative strategy," he said. "We have other funds that are poised now to do more long-term investing. But performance has not been the issue for most emerging fund managers."

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Bitcoin Won’t Be Global Currency: Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse

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Brad Garlinghouse of Ripple told CNBC on Tuesday that Bitcoin will not be the catch-all solution people are hoping for in terms of being a global currency. “I think it’s not going to be the panacea that people once thought it would be, where it would solve all of these different kinds of problems,” Garlinghouse

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Bitcoin Won’t Be Global Currency: Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse

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Brad Garlinghouse of Ripple told CNBC on Tuesday that Bitcoin will not be the catch-all solution people are hoping for in terms of being a global currency. “I think it’s not going to be the panacea that people once thought it would be, where it would solve all of these different kinds of problems,” Garlinghouse

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Anti-Bitcoin, Pro-Blockchain Howard Schultz To Exit Starbucks Amid Rumors He’s Planning a Presidential Run

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Howard Schultz, the anti-bitcoin, pro-digital currency executive chairman of Starbucks, recently confirmed his intention to leave his role at Starbucks and is said to be considering getting into politics, according to CNBC. Schultz has denied in the past that he is planning to run for president, but he has been active over the years in

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