Thursday, January 3, 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Falling Crypto Prices Aren’t Stopping Real Blockchain Progress

ICO-related drama overshadowed blockchain tech's enormous progress in 2018, writes EY's Paul Brody.

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CryptoCurrency News: The Map Is Not the Territory: Rethinking Crypto as an Asset Class

Crypto as an asset class? Investors would do well to learn it's not a one-size-fits all classification.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin’s First Planned ‘Bank Run’ Is Today

Participants in the "Proof of Keys" movement will be taking their money out of third-party bitcoin services, moving it to accounts only they control.

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CryptoCurrency News: Overstock Will Pay Some of Its 2019 Taxes in Bitcoin

Overstock.com plans to be the first major business to pay state taxes using bitcoin in Ohio.

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CryptoCurrency News: BitTorrent Is Launching Its Own Cryptocurrency on the Tron Network

To incentivize file-sharing, BitTorrent is creating a cryptocurrency token on the Tron protocol.

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CryptoCurrency News: The First Cryptocurrency to Use Mimblewimble Privacy Tech Is Now Live

A new privacy coin called "Beam" just launched on mainnet. It's based on the highly-regarded "mimblewimble" white paper outlining support for confidential transactions and network anonymity on a blockchain.

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CryptoCurrency News: Token Exchange to Enable Trading of Nasdaq-Listed Companies

DX.Exchange, a Nasdaq-powered trading firm, will allow investors to purchase crypto tokens representing shares in major public firms.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin Eyes Test of Key Price Hurdle in First Since November

Bitcoin looks set to test the crucial 50-day simple moving average (SMA) for the first time since November 8.

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CryptoCurrency News: Thai Government Agency Develops Blockchain Tech for Elections Voting

A Thailand government agency has developed a blockchain-based solution that's set to digitalize elections voting in the country.

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CryptoCurrency News: 7 Legal Questions That Will Define Blockchain in 2019

In this exclusive op-ed, Jenny Leung, an Australian attorney who formerly worked for the country's financial regulator, explained 7 legal questions that will define blockchain this year.

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