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Bitcoin Privacy Takes Another Step Forward with Wasabi Wallet Launch

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

Bitcoin users concerned about permanently writing their financial history to a public blockchain will soon have access to a new tool to protect their privacy: Wasabi, a desktop wallet developed by Adam Ficzor, the maker of HiddenWallet. Introducing Wasabi, a Privacy-Enhancing Bitcoin Wallet Ficzor unveiled Wasabi at Building on Bitcoin 2018, an industry conference dedicated

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Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Exchanges, Altcoins and Allegations

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

Week in Review

Coinbase continues to grow with their new high-end investment product Coinbase Custody, while Binance had to run a system update following some issues with its Syscoin wallet API.

On the topic of regulation, the EU has put out another report on virtual currencies warning officials not to ignore them but treat them like any other financial instrument; the SEC is reaching out to seek comments on a new ETF; and Ripple finds itself on the wrong end of yet another lawsuit claiming that its XRP token is a security.

Featured stories by Jimmy Aki, Colin Harper and Nick Marinoff

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Coinbase’s New Custody Service Opens Its Doors

Coinbase launched Coinbase Custody this week, the latest in their suite of products. This new service is catered toward institutional investors and big spenders, offering its clients cryptocurrency cold storage options, “institutional-grade broker-dealer” services and asset coverage.

The services will only be available to American and European institutions, though the company hopes to expand its offering into Asian markets as well.

EU’s Report on Cryptocurrencies: Says Officials “Should Not Ignore” Them

The EU’s Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies released a report entitled “Virtual currencies and central banks monetary policy: challenges ahead.”

In evaluating cryptocurrencies as a novel, potentially disruptive technology, the report ultimately concludes that “[policy] makers and regulators should not ignore VCs, nor should they attempt to ban them … VCs should be treated by regulators as any other financial instrument, proportionally to their market importance, complexity, and associated risks.”

SEC Seeks Comments on Another Bitcoin ETF

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is seeking comments on another bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF). The proposal in question calls for the listing and trading of SolidX bitcoin shares, and stems from the VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust, which states it will invest in “bitcoin only.”

The SEC is now asking for comments on the Trust’s newly proposed regulatory changes from “interested persons.” Though several companies have tried to list bitcoin ETFs before, concerns regarding the cryptocurrency’s liquidity and its consistent price swings have led to rising concern amongst SEC representatives, which can make the listing process difficult or long-winded.

Syscoin: Chain “Fully Operational as per Design” After “Irregular” Trade Activity

On July 3, 2018, Binance suspended all trading and withdrawal services due to "irregular" Syscoin (SYS) trades carried out "from a number of API users." The exchange has since resumed all activities. Questions remain, however, as to the root cause of the problem.

While the price of Syscoin had hovered around 0.00004 BTC, an order for 1 SYS in exchange for 96 BTC was placed and completed on Binance. This trade sent the market into overdrive as users assumed that the exchange or the Syscoin protocol had been compromised — though Syscoin insists that the chain was never compromised or hacked.

Another Class Action Filed Against Ripple, Claims XRP Has “Hallmarks of a Security”

Ripple is staring down the barrel of yet another securities lawsuit — its third one this year. The suit’s plaintiff, David Oconer, is demanding that the court classify XRP as a security, while also seeking relief for the “damages, recession” that he incurred from investing in the coin.

The suit argues that Ripple never registered with California’s Commissioner of Corporations for qualification, a mandatory registration for any securities offering in the state. The plaintiff alleges that Ripple’s sale of XRP in a “never-ending initial coin offering” resembles that of an IPO, with the currency itself acting like a dividend for the ROI its promotion promised to investors.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Exchanges, Altcoins and Allegations

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

Week in Review

Coinbase continues to grow with their new high-end investment product Coinbase Custody, while Binance had to run a system update following some issues with its Syscoin wallet API.

On the topic of regulation, the EU has put out another report on virtual currencies warning officials not to ignore them but treat them like any other financial instrument; the SEC is reaching out to seek comments on a new ETF; and Ripple finds itself on the wrong end of yet another lawsuit claiming that its XRP token is a security.

Featured stories by Jimmy Aki, Colin Harper and Nick Marinoff

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Coinbase’s New Custody Service Opens Its Doors

Coinbase launched Coinbase Custody this week, the latest in their suite of products. This new service is catered toward institutional investors and big spenders, offering its clients cryptocurrency cold storage options, “institutional-grade broker-dealer” services and asset coverage.

The services will only be available to American and European institutions, though the company hopes to expand its offering into Asian markets as well.

EU’s Report on Cryptocurrencies: Says Officials “Should Not Ignore” Them

The EU’s Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies released a report entitled “Virtual currencies and central banks monetary policy: challenges ahead.”

In evaluating cryptocurrencies as a novel, potentially disruptive technology, the report ultimately concludes that “[policy] makers and regulators should not ignore VCs, nor should they attempt to ban them … VCs should be treated by regulators as any other financial instrument, proportionally to their market importance, complexity, and associated risks.”

SEC Seeks Comments on Another Bitcoin ETF

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is seeking comments on another bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF). The proposal in question calls for the listing and trading of SolidX bitcoin shares, and stems from the VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust, which states it will invest in “bitcoin only.”

The SEC is now asking for comments on the Trust’s newly proposed regulatory changes from “interested persons.” Though several companies have tried to list bitcoin ETFs before, concerns regarding the cryptocurrency’s liquidity and its consistent price swings have led to rising concern amongst SEC representatives, which can make the listing process difficult or long-winded.

Syscoin: Chain “Fully Operational as per Design” After “Irregular” Trade Activity

On July 3, 2018, Binance suspended all trading and withdrawal services due to "irregular" Syscoin (SYS) trades carried out "from a number of API users." The exchange has since resumed all activities. Questions remain, however, as to the root cause of the problem.

While the price of Syscoin had hovered around 0.00004 BTC, an order for 1 SYS in exchange for 96 BTC was placed and completed on Binance. This trade sent the market into overdrive as users assumed that the exchange or the Syscoin protocol had been compromised — though Syscoin insists that the chain was never compromised or hacked.

Another Class Action Filed Against Ripple, Claims XRP Has “Hallmarks of a Security”

Ripple is staring down the barrel of yet another securities lawsuit — its third one this year. The suit’s plaintiff, David Oconer, is demanding that the court classify XRP as a security, while also seeking relief for the “damages, recession” that he incurred from investing in the coin.

The suit argues that Ripple never registered with California’s Commissioner of Corporations for qualification, a mandatory registration for any securities offering in the state. The plaintiff alleges that Ripple’s sale of XRP in a “never-ending initial coin offering” resembles that of an IPO, with the currency itself acting like a dividend for the ROI its promotion promised to investors.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin Magazine’s Week in Review: Exchanges, Altcoins and Allegations

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

Week in Review

Coinbase continues to grow with their new high-end investment product Coinbase Custody, while Binance had to run a system update following some issues with its Syscoin wallet API.

On the topic of regulation, the EU has put out another report on virtual currencies warning officials not to ignore them but treat them like any other financial instrument; the SEC is reaching out to seek comments on a new ETF; and Ripple finds itself on the wrong end of yet another lawsuit claiming that its XRP token is a security.

Featured stories by Jimmy Aki, Colin Harper and Nick Marinoff

Stay on top of the best stories in the bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. Subscribe to our newsletter here.

Coinbase’s New Custody Service Opens Its Doors

Coinbase launched Coinbase Custody this week, the latest in their suite of products. This new service is catered toward institutional investors and big spenders, offering its clients cryptocurrency cold storage options, “institutional-grade broker-dealer” services and asset coverage.

The services will only be available to American and European institutions, though the company hopes to expand its offering into Asian markets as well.

EU’s Report on Cryptocurrencies: Says Officials “Should Not Ignore” Them

The EU’s Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies released a report entitled “Virtual currencies and central banks monetary policy: challenges ahead.”

In evaluating cryptocurrencies as a novel, potentially disruptive technology, the report ultimately concludes that “[policy] makers and regulators should not ignore VCs, nor should they attempt to ban them … VCs should be treated by regulators as any other financial instrument, proportionally to their market importance, complexity, and associated risks.”

SEC Seeks Comments on Another Bitcoin ETF

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is seeking comments on another bitcoin-based exchange-traded fund (ETF). The proposal in question calls for the listing and trading of SolidX bitcoin shares, and stems from the VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust, which states it will invest in “bitcoin only.”

The SEC is now asking for comments on the Trust’s newly proposed regulatory changes from “interested persons.” Though several companies have tried to list bitcoin ETFs before, concerns regarding the cryptocurrency’s liquidity and its consistent price swings have led to rising concern amongst SEC representatives, which can make the listing process difficult or long-winded.

Syscoin: Chain “Fully Operational as per Design” After “Irregular” Trade Activity

On July 3, 2018, Binance suspended all trading and withdrawal services due to "irregular" Syscoin (SYS) trades carried out "from a number of API users." The exchange has since resumed all activities. Questions remain, however, as to the root cause of the problem.

While the price of Syscoin had hovered around 0.00004 BTC, an order for 1 SYS in exchange for 96 BTC was placed and completed on Binance. This trade sent the market into overdrive as users assumed that the exchange or the Syscoin protocol had been compromised — though Syscoin insists that the chain was never compromised or hacked.

Another Class Action Filed Against Ripple, Claims XRP Has “Hallmarks of a Security”

Ripple is staring down the barrel of yet another securities lawsuit — its third one this year. The suit’s plaintiff, David Oconer, is demanding that the court classify XRP as a security, while also seeking relief for the “damages, recession” that he incurred from investing in the coin.

The suit argues that Ripple never registered with California’s Commissioner of Corporations for qualification, a mandatory registration for any securities offering in the state. The plaintiff alleges that Ripple’s sale of XRP in a “never-ending initial coin offering” resembles that of an IPO, with the currency itself acting like a dividend for the ROI its promotion promised to investors.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Swiss Stock Exchange Operator Plans to Launch Crypto Exchange

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

Swiss Stock Exchange Operator Plans to Launch Crypto Exchange

SIX, the firm that operates and owns the Swiss stock exchange, has announced plans to launch a fully regulated digital cryptocurrency exchange.

The firm says it plans to launch "the first market infrastructure in the world” which will “offer a fully integrated end-to-end trading" while providing a safe environment where digital assets can be issued and existing securities and non-bankable assets can be tokenized.

The new crypto exchange will be called SIX Digital Exchange (SDX), and it plans to rollout its services in mid-2019.

SIX Head Securities & Exchanges and Member of the Executive Board Thomas Zeeb, while speaking on the development in an interview, said the new SDX would be all-encompassing.

"The digital exchange will allow clients of SIX to trade, settle and custodize digital assets in the same way they currently do in the traditional world," he said.

Zeeb said the strength of SIX makes the SDX unique, as it will control the entire "value chain from trading through to payments" in Switzerland. The new exchange, which will create an "ecosystem" when it launches, will also help companies raise capital through ICOs.

"We are putting together a team of developers and advisors to help clients in creating ICOs and new products," he added.

SIX CEO Jos Dijsselhof commented on why his company was building an exchange for cryptocurrencies despite the slump in prices. He believes the SIX Digital Exchange will usher in a "new era for capital market infrastructures" and that much of what we're experiencing in the crypto space "is here to stay” and it will “define the future of our industry."

The demand for cryptocurrencies among the world's power brokers seems to be on the rise. Earlier this year, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the parent company of NYSE said it was working on an online platform that would allow "large investors to buy and hold Bitcoin." Another institutional player, Nasdaq, expressed optimism about the possibility of trading cryptocurrencies in the future.

The SDX will be regulated by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) and the Swiss National Bank.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Basic Blockchain Lingo Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know

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

Do the terms 'proof-of-stake,' litecoin' and 'mining' mean anything to you? If not, keep reading

Bitcoin Price Leads Market Downturn, But Ethereum Classic Swims Upstream

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

Friday marked another disappointing day for the cryptocurrency markets, as — led by the bitcoin price — the vast majority of top-tier coins posted moderate declines against the U.S. dollar. Bitcoin Price Fails to Break Toward $7,000 The bitcoin price fell 1.2 percent for the day, reducing its value to $6,564 at the time of

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Bitcoin's Price Declines Over Q2 for First Time on Record

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

CoinDesk's looks at bitcoin's price performance over Q2 2018, finding that the crypto asset underperformed according to historical data.

CRYPTO INSIDER: Winklevoss twins poach an NYSE exec

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

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An executive from the iconic New York Stock Exchange is joining the Winklevoss twins' cryptocurrency exchange, the company announced Friday. Here's what you need to know about Gemini's big hire.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Winklevoss twins poach an NYSE exec

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

Entrepeneurs Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of

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.

An executive from the iconic New York Stock Exchange is joining the Winklevoss twins' cryptocurrency exchange, the company announced Friday. Here's what you need to know about Gemini's big hire.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Bitcoin price today cryptocurrencies

In the news:

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

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

SEE ALSO: Facebook has reversed its ban on cryptocurrency ads after less than 6 months

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Winklevoss twins poach an NYSE exec

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

Entrepeneurs Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala (Met Gala) to celebrate the opening of

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.

An executive from the iconic New York Stock Exchange is joining the Winklevoss twins' cryptocurrency exchange, the company announced Friday. Here's what you need to know about Gemini's big hire.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Bitcoin price today cryptocurrencies

In the news:

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

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

SEE ALSO: Facebook has reversed its ban on cryptocurrency ads after less than 6 months

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Winklevoss twins poach an NYSE exec

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

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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.

An executive from the iconic New York Stock Exchange is joining the Winklevoss twins' cryptocurrency exchange, the company announced Friday. Here's what you need to know about Gemini's big hire.

Here are the current crypto prices:

Bitcoin price today cryptocurrencies

In the news:

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

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

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HBUS Opens its Digital Currency Trading Platform to U.S. Customers Today

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

HBUS Opens its Digital Currency Trading Platform to U.S. Customers Today

HBUS, a virtual currency marketplace and the U.S. strategic partner of Huobi, has begun accepting new registration from U.S. residents, starting today July 6, 2018.

American customers will be able to deposit cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ether on its platform. However, users won't be able to trade or make withdrawals until the marketplace goes live on July 10, 2018.

The company, headquartered in San Francisco, aims to promote "an open and competitive market" where traders can choose from a rich pool of "high-quality virtual currencies."

HBUS is the U.S. strategic partner of Huobi, the fourth largest cryptocurrency exchange by trade volume.

Initially founded in China but currently headquartered in Singapore, Huobi has been making plans to penetrate the American market for a while. The exchange has been expanding aggressively into foreign markets, including the Canadian and Brazilian markets. It also launched a cryptocurrency exchange traded fund last month.

Speaking with Bitcoin Magazine, HBUS CEO Frank Fu stated, "Our strategic partner, Huobi, has grown to be the largest digital asset marketplace globally. As investors’ acceptance of virtual currency and digital assets increases, we have seen incredibly high demand in the U.S."

For foreign platforms, an expansion into the U.S. places stringent requirements for them to comply with strict regulation. HBUS, in a Medium post, had stressed its desire to be transparent and trustworthy to both its clients and regulators. The company says "it plans to lead by example" as it has educated its staff on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing. It has also "required them to pass tests" on the subject matter.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Bitcoin has been plummeting in value — but the world's largest crypto exchange still expects to net up to $1 billion in profits

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

Changpeng Zhao

  • The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, expects to bring in as much as $1 billion in profit in the course of 2018, Bloomberg reports.
  • The exchange has netted $300 million in profits since the start of 2018 alone.

Bitcoin, ethereum, and ripple all plummeted in value earlier this year  but their sudden decline hasn't hurt one key player in the cryptocurrency industry.

The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, expects to bring in as much as $1 billion in profits in the course of 2018 alone.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Binance founder Changpeng Zhao said his company has netted $300 million this year. Already, the company has 10 million users and turns over billions in cryptocurrency exchanges daily, Zhao said.

The success of Zhao's company is largely unprecedented: Zhao founded Binance just last year in July 2017. It's snagged the attention of cryptocurrency enthusiasts worldwide with its impressive transaction rates (Binance can handle as many as 1.4 million transactions per second) and emphasis on security. 

In a February interview with Forbes — in which he was featured on the magazine's cover — Zhao said, "No decentralized exchange today can handle our volume, and none are as secure as we are."

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Bitcoin has been plummeting in value — but the world's largest crypto exchange still expects to net up to $1 billion in profits

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

Changpeng Zhao

  • The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, expects to bring in as much as $1 billion in profit in the course of 2018, Bloomberg reports.
  • The exchange has netted $300 million in profits since the start of 2018 alone.

Bitcoin, ethereum, and ripple all plummeted in value earlier this year  but their sudden decline hasn't hurt one key player in the cryptocurrency industry.

The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, expects to bring in as much as $1 billion in profits in the course of 2018 alone.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Binance founder Changpeng Zhao said his company has netted $300 million this year. Already, the company has 10 million users and turns over billions in cryptocurrency exchanges daily, Zhao said.

The success of Zhao's company is largely unprecedented: Zhao founded Binance just last year in July 2017. It's snagged the attention of cryptocurrency enthusiasts worldwide with its impressive transaction rates (Binance can handle as many as 1.4 million transactions per second) and emphasis on security. 

In a February interview with Forbes — in which he was featured on the magazine's cover — Zhao said, "No decentralized exchange today can handle our volume, and none are as secure as we are."

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Bitcoin Bull Tom Lee Double Downs on $25,000 Bitcoin Price Forecast in 2018

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

Bitcoin bull Tom Lee claims he has not wavered from his previous $25,000 forecast for bitcoin by year’s end, even though he mentioned a price slightly surpassing $20,000 in a recent CNBC interview. Lee, co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors and the best known Wall Street analyst who forecasts bitcoin prices, quickly clarified Thursday evening in a

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Coinbase CTO says the company is like a mullet

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

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is the go-to place for buying and exchanging cryptocurrencies — as long as you’re fine sticking to Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. But Coinbase is actively looking at adding support for additional cryptocurrencies, Coinbase CTO Balaji Srinivasan said at TechCrunch Sessions: Blockchain today in Zug, Switzerland. In June, Coinbase announced it would […]

Coinbase CTO says the company is like a mullet

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

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is the go-to place for buying and exchanging cryptocurrencies — as long as you’re fine sticking to Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. But Coinbase is actively looking at adding support for additional cryptocurrencies, Coinbase CTO Balaji Srinivasan said at TechCrunch Sessions: Blockchain today in Zug, Switzerland. In June, Coinbase announced it would […]

Digital Isle of Man Joins the British Blockchain Association

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

Digital Isle of Man Joins the British Blockchain Association

One of the earliest adopters of blockchain technology — the Digital Isle of Man (Digital IOM) — is now an official member of the British Blockchain Association (BBA). The organization serves as a bridge between government regulators and the private sector, and encourages growth, innovation and support in the Isle of Man’s fintech industry.

Digital IOM believes that blockchain technology has the power to revolutionize how the world does business, and it recently granted the first reputable license for a blockchain lottery. The association primarily works through the Isle of Man’s Department for Enterprise to govern both digital media and e-gaming.

Brian Donegan, director for e-business at Digital IOM, explained, “The BBA has been very proactive in providing a platform to support our blockchain based initiatives, which has provided us with added competitiveness in these markets via access to their specialist technical expertise.”

The BBA has attracted several thriving industries over the years, including pharmaceuticals, healthcare, energy and identity management. Donegan says the group’s knowledge and assistance have been profound, and he can’t imagine Digital IOM succeeding without their influence.

“The BBA has offered advice, guidance and has connected us to other like-minded BBA Member businesses and individuals who understand what we’re trying to achieve,” he stated. “The BBA has facilitated and helped us integrate this technology as well as drive awareness of the importance of this ground-breaking technology, for example into the blockchain enabled lottery business.”

As the first official network dedicated to blockchain adoption and promotion in the U.K., the BBA boasts an extensive board of industry leaders, global blockchain experts and academics, working to establish blockchain-based enterprises and education platforms. The organization also works with policy makers and legislators to integrate blockchain technology into government branches.

In addition, it produces the Journal of the British Blockchain Association (JBBA), Europe’s first official news publication dedicated to blockchain trends. The BBA also provides membership to education professionals and students alike, giving them access to newfound blockchain knowledge, research and learning resources.

Dr. Naseem Naqvi, co-founder of the BBA, said, “Over the last four decades the island [Isle of Man] has built a reputation as a ‘top-class’ jurisdiction for offshore banking, investment funds and captive insurance. With its involvement in the crypto industry, including digital currency exchange, and with more and more blockchain initiatives starting up we’ll be able to support Digital IOM to collaborate with U.K. industry, academia and government for an even greater impact.”

The Isle of Man was among the first to establish regulatory guidelines for the crypto industry and began welcoming digital exchanges in 2013. The area also played host to the world’s first regulatory-compliant initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Gorgeous women, Vladimir Putin, and fluffy buzzwords: 6 clues the blockchain project you're thinking about investing in is a scam

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

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In the blockchain industry, scams and bad actors are so prevalent that it's been nicknamed "the Wild West."

With so many prospective investors hoping to cash in on the next blockchain windfall, many have attempted to turn a profit by promoting fake projects. The scams often involve would-be founders taking in as many cryptocurrency investments as they can through an initial coin offering, or ICO, before vanishing with their newfound plunder. In April, New York-based ICO advisory company Satis Group estimated that as many as 80% of ICOs are scams.

One company, ICO Alert, is attempting to vet ICO listings in an effort to crack down on the industry's widespread fraud.

Ryan Dennis, the company's head of content, has reviewed scores of ICOs, and learned plenty about how to determine a blockchain project's legitimacy.

While there's many illegitimate projects within the industry, Dennis stressed that people shouldn't necessarily equate the word "ICO" with "scam."

"ICO Alert's goal is to show people how important it is to use high-quality tools to discern the obviously ludicrous from the potentially viable," said Dennis.

Like any investment where money is at stake, prospective investors should always perform their due diligence.

Here's some ways to determine whether or not an ICO is legitimate, according to Dennis:

The entire company is run by gorgeous women.

Dennis said that he's seen some ICOs that attempt to lure in prospective investors by listing photos of hired models on the company's website. 

"Sometimes they'll use models to make fake LinkedIn accounts," said Dennis. "When you go to check out who's involved in the company, you'll see photos of all of these beautiful people."

This is usually a bad sign.

"If you work in crypto you know that there's no way you're going to have a team of beautiful people," said Dennis. "Crypto people are nerdy, weird people."

 



Vladimir Putin is said to be involved.

Dennis said that his company once reviewed an ICO that listed Vladimir Putin as an advisor. 

"There’s no way," said Dennis. "He’s one of the top government officials in the world. He doesn't care about that shit."



The whitepaper is full of fluff.

A whitepaper is the document that explains the rationale behind a blockchain project. Usually, it gives a project overview and explains how the company will accomplish its goals. 

The best whitepapers get straight to the point, said Dennis. The worst tend to wax poetic over blockchain technology. 

"Fluff language is a red flag," said Dennis. "We've seen people use five to 10 pages just to talk about the blockchain as an industry. Give me a break. Why are you including that?"

Dennis said that whitepapers for legitimate projects clearly spell out their ICO. He pointed to the 9 page whitepaper for bitcoin as a clear and elegant example of how a whitepaper should look.   

"Bitcoin's whitepaper is everything a whitepaper should be," said Dennis. "It’s brief, it's concise, and it's easy to understand."



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Bitcoin-Friendly Square Withdraws Banking Application [For Now]

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

Bitcoin-friendly digital payments firm Square has withdrawn its application to register as a depository bank. As first reported by financial publication American Banker, Square quietly removed its name from a public list of pending bank applications maintained by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), halting — at least temporarily — its bid to become a … Continued

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Chinese Exchange FCoin Accused of Crippling Ethereum Network for Cheap Publicity

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

A little-known Chinese crypto exchange is allegedly responsible for the unusually high Ethereum network congestion and gas fees recorded over the past few days. FCoin, founded by Zhang Jian, formerly of Huobi, is accused of deliberately encouraging a rash of Sybil attacks so as to temporarily cripple the Ethereum blockchain and attract undeserved attention in … Continued

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Stuck Between Key Chart Points, Bitcoin Price Seeks Direction

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

Bitcoin is reporting a $400 trading range and an upside breakout would signal a resumption of the rally.

Israel Bitcoin Exchange Agrees to Share Customer Info with Tax Authority

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

Bits of Gold, a major Israeli cryptocurrency exchange, has entered an agreement to share customers’ transaction details with the country’s tax authority. Under the terms of the agreement, Israeli cryptocurrency exchange Bits of Gold will provide information of clients who have made transactions exceeding $50,000 over the last 12 months to the Israel Tax Authority,

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Crypto Market Loses $13 Billion as Bitcoin, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash Record 6% Losses

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

Despite the strong volume of the crypto market, major digital assets including bitcoin, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and EOS recorded large losses against the US dollar. While bitcoin demonstrated a slight 1 percent decline in value, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and EOS, the third, fourth, and fifth largest cryptocurrencies in the global market by valuation, lost

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Crypto Market Loses $13 Billion as Bitcoin, Ripple, and Bitcoin Cash Record 6% Losses

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

Despite the strong volume of the crypto market, major digital assets including bitcoin, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and EOS recorded large losses against the US dollar. While bitcoin demonstrated a slight 1 percent decline in value, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and EOS, the third, fourth, and fifth largest cryptocurrencies in the global market by valuation, lost

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'A new era for capital markets': The Swiss stock exchange is launching its own cryptocurrency exchange

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

A Swiss flag is pictured on the Swiss Federal Palace (Bundeshaus) in Bern, Switzerland May 30, 2018.

  • SIX, the owner and operator of the Swiss stock exchange, is launching a new fully-regulated crypto exchange.
  • The move comes despite a slump in prices and volumes in crypto since the start of the year.
  • "It is abundantly clear that much of what is going on in the digital space is here to stay," CEO Jos Dijsselhof said.


SIX, the company that owns and operates the Swiss stock exchange, on Friday announced plans to launch a fully regulated cryptocurrency exchange, showing continued institutional interest in the space despite declining prices.

The new SIX Digital Exchange will be overseen by the Swiss national bank and Swiss regulator FINMA, the company said. Switzerland has been one of the most crypto-friendly jurisdictions in Europe, with regulators offering clear guidance on how they expect crypto companies to operate.

SIX's decision to launch a crypto exchange comes despite a collapse in the value of cryptocurrencies and declining volumes since the start of the year. Bitcoin, the largest crypto asset by market value, collapsed from around $20,000 per token at the start of the year to just over $6,600 on Thursday.

"This is the beginning of a new era for capital markets infrastructures," Jos Dijsselhof, the CEO of SIX said in a statement. "For us, it is abundantly clear that much of what is going on in the digital space is here to stay and will define the future of our industry."

Investors and entrepreneurs in the space say that institutional investors are preparing the infrastructure needed to enter the space, setting up trading accounts and custody solution behind closed doors. One described the flurry of activity they are seeing as "preparing for September" to BI — referring to a month typically associated with high post-summer trading volumes in the investment world.

SIX's new platform, set to launch in the first half of next year, will offer end-to-end trading, settlement, and custody service for digital assets such as bitcoin and ICO tokens.

Thomas Zeeb, head of securities & exchanges at SIX, said in a statement: "The digital space currently faces a number of key challenges. These include the absence of regulation that ensures official safety, security, stability, transparency and accountability – all of which contribute to a lack of trust."

Zeeb highlighted digital asset custody — who looks after your tokens — as a key issue in the space and said SIX would solve this issue through its role as "a recognised and regulated infrastructure provider who provides all steps of the chain in an integrated and secure model."

Business Insider recently highlighted the problem of custody as a key barrier for venture capitalists and other institutional investors looking to get into crypto.

Separately on Thursday, US crypto exchange operator Bittrex announced a joint venture with Invest.com to build a new crypto trading platform in the EU. Itai Avneri, Invest.com's spokesman, said in a statement: "Our goal is to become the most reputable platform in the EU and later in numerous countries across the globe."

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Report: Mining Giant Bitmain Valued at $12 Billion in New Funding Round

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

Chinese bitcoin mining giant Bitmain has reportedly closed a Series B round funding, which values the firm at approximately $12 billion. 

India’s Ruling Political Party Allegedly Involved in $763 Million Bitcoin Scam: Report

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

India’s ruling government, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was accused by former rulers Congress after a bitcoin scam amounting to Rs. 5,000 crore ($763 million) surfaced in the state of Gujarat. Estimated to Cross $12 Billion As reported by local news NDTV on July 6, a few Congress leaders from Gujarat demanded a Supreme Court

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India's Ruling Party Accused of Involvement in 'Mega Bitcoin Scam'

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

The largest political party in India is accusing the ruling Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) of being involved in a bitcoin scam to launder money.

PoWx: The New Effort to Change Bitcoin (And Who's Backing It)

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

Technologists unveiled a foundation dedicated to rewriting bitcoin's underlying tech, giving the long-controversial idea new wings.

How Peter Kroll’s Paper Wallet Protects Cryptocurrency

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

The Bitcoin Game

Since its invention, a recurring question for cryptocurrency holders has been how to best secure their digital assets. This question of security carries the greatest weight when one understands the stakes of holding unprotected cryptocurrency — vulnerability to hackers.

Since 2011, software developers have kept this problem at the back of their minds. One such innovator, Peter Kroll, recently joined Rob Mitchell on Episode #56 of The Bitcoin Game to discuss the background of his ventures and the technical details of his most lauded project in cryptocurrency security.

BitAddress and the Paper Wallet

Kroll’s primary contribution to the field of crypto security has been his invention of the first paper wallet, at Bitaddress.org. Having launched the original website anonymously in 2011, he was able to hone a system of security that addresses several of the most prominent flaws of cryptocurrency security.

Kroll’s website solves several core problems in a remarkably elegant way. To begin with, the HTML code for the website itself does not need an internet connection to execute after its page has been loaded. This means someone can perform the entire process of generating a new wallet without being vulnerable to a cyberattack across the internet.

The program then adds a human-component circumvention, asking users to move their computer mice in erratic patterns, to eliminate the problem that coded systems are unable to generate truly random numbers. Using intervals decided by pseudo-random numbers and other factors, the program captures the exact pixel that the mouse cursor was on at any given moment and uses the number of this pixel to generate the hash for a bitcoin wallet.

Kroll explained that this strategy is useful because certain pieces of hardware contain exploitable flaws in their pseudo-random number generators, whereas flawed devices running the BitAddress software create hashes that are not vulnerable in the same way.

For a final piece of security, a wallet is given a QR code that can be printed out onto a piece of paper, thus keeping it offline and insulated from a cyberattack. In doing this, Kroll’s security program manufactures novel wallet addresses that are protected from several of the most common vectors of theft.

The Vision Behind the Technology

]In addition to explaining the technical details of his groundbreaking platform, Kroll also gave context to what inspired him in the cryptocurrency environment. Furthermore, he went on to outline what he believes to be some of the most salient issues surrounding the space today.

Over the course of the interview, Kroll gave a number of personal details about why he ended up working in the cryptocurrency space. He started by recollecting his earliest interactions with the world of technology development.

“When my mom brought home our first computer,” Kroll recalled, “you couldn’t really do much on it. Programming seemed the natural thing to do.”

For a 14-year-old during the dot-com boom, the costs of many specialty pieces of software were completely prohibitive. Learning to program at a young age motivated Kroll to seek opportunities when the value of software would spike next.

His experience building micropayment venues in this era, naturally, attracted him to Bitcoin. It also prepared him to quickly see the inherent flaws in its security. By creating his website so early in the space, Kroll’s platform became a significant influence in the world of cryptocurrency. It also allowed him to iron out all the kinks in the program before vast audiences adopted it.

Toward the end of the interview, Kroll began speaking about some of his future ventures, trying to similarly hammer out all of the potential quandaries in developing a diversified hedge fund for cryptoassets. In this segment, he laid out some of the core philosophical differences that led to the current status of altcoins as well as advice for how to proceed with alternative cryptocurrencies in the future.

For more podcasts and articles on these topics, visit the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

How Peter Kroll’s Paper Wallet Protects Cryptocurrency

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

The Bitcoin Game

Since its invention, a recurring question for cryptocurrency holders has been how to best secure their digital assets. This question of security carries the greatest weight when one understands the stakes of holding unprotected cryptocurrency — vulnerability to hackers.

Since 2011, software developers have kept this problem at the back of their minds. One such innovator, Peter Kroll, recently joined Rob Mitchell on Episode #56 of The Bitcoin Game to discuss the background of his ventures and the technical details of his most lauded project in cryptocurrency security.

BitAddress and the Paper Wallet

Kroll’s primary contribution to the field of crypto security has been his invention of the first paper wallet, at Bitaddress.org. Having launched the original website anonymously in 2011, he was able to hone a system of security that addresses several of the most prominent flaws of cryptocurrency security.

Kroll’s website solves several core problems in a remarkably elegant way. To begin with, the HTML code for the website itself does not need an internet connection to execute after its page has been loaded. This means someone can perform the entire process of generating a new wallet without being vulnerable to a cyberattack across the internet.

The program then adds a human-component circumvention, asking users to move their computer mice in erratic patterns, to eliminate the problem that coded systems are unable to generate truly random numbers. Using intervals decided by pseudo-random numbers and other factors, the program captures the exact pixel that the mouse cursor was on at any given moment and uses the number of this pixel to generate the hash for a bitcoin wallet.

Kroll explained that this strategy is useful because certain pieces of hardware contain exploitable flaws in their pseudo-random number generators, whereas flawed devices running the BitAddress software create hashes that are not vulnerable in the same way.

For a final piece of security, a wallet is given a QR code that can be printed out onto a piece of paper, thus keeping it offline and insulated from a cyberattack. In doing this, Kroll’s security program manufactures novel wallet addresses that are protected from several of the most common vectors of theft.

The Vision Behind the Technology

]In addition to explaining the technical details of his groundbreaking platform, Kroll also gave context to what inspired him in the cryptocurrency environment. Furthermore, he went on to outline what he believes to be some of the most salient issues surrounding the space today.

Over the course of the interview, Kroll gave a number of personal details about why he ended up working in the cryptocurrency space. He started by recollecting his earliest interactions with the world of technology development.

“When my mom brought home our first computer,” Kroll recalled, “you couldn’t really do much on it. Programming seemed the natural thing to do.”

For a 14-year-old during the dot-com boom, the costs of many specialty pieces of software were completely prohibitive. Learning to program at a young age motivated Kroll to seek opportunities when the value of software would spike next.

His experience building micropayment venues in this era, naturally, attracted him to Bitcoin. It also prepared him to quickly see the inherent flaws in its security. By creating his website so early in the space, Kroll’s platform became a significant influence in the world of cryptocurrency. It also allowed him to iron out all the kinks in the program before vast audiences adopted it.

Toward the end of the interview, Kroll began speaking about some of his future ventures, trying to similarly hammer out all of the potential quandaries in developing a diversified hedge fund for cryptoassets. In this segment, he laid out some of the core philosophical differences that led to the current status of altcoins as well as advice for how to proceed with alternative cryptocurrencies in the future.

For more podcasts and articles on these topics, visit the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

$1.2 Billion in Cryptocurrency Laundered Through Bitcoin Tumblers, Privacy Coins

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

California-based blockchain and cryptocurrency security firm CipherTrace released its Q2 2018 report in July 2018 and noted the rise of cryptocurrency crime, money laundering, and other illicit activities. One particular item of note was that $1.2 billion has been laundered through cryptocurrency tools such as bitcoin tumblers and privacy-centric altcoins like zcash and monero. Criminals

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$1.2 Billion in Cryptocurrency Laundered Through Bitcoin Tumblers, Privacy Coins

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

California-based blockchain and cryptocurrency security firm CipherTrace released its Q2 2018 report in July 2018 and noted the rise of cryptocurrency crime, money laundering, and other illicit activities. One particular item of note was that $1.2 billion has been laundered through cryptocurrency tools such as bitcoin tumblers and privacy-centric altcoins like zcash and monero. Criminals

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