Thursday, February 7, 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Winklevoss Brothers Ordered to Pay $45K Worth of Charlie Shrem’s Legal Fees

Investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have been ordered to pay back $45,000 in legal fees incurred by entrepreneur Charlie Shrem as part of an ongoing lawsuit that alleges he failed to broker a series of promised cryptocurrency purchases on their behalf. In the order, filed in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of […]

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CryptoCurrency News: Blockchain Analysis Links Hamas Fundraising to Coinbase Bitcoin Account

Hamas is soliciting bitcoin donations for its military operations, but so far has only garnered a few thousand dollars.

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CryptoCurrency News: Someone Is Impersonating Bitcoin Futures Platfom Bakkt to Raise Money

There's a website out there masquerading as Bakkt in an apparent attempt to bilk people out of their bitcoin.

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CryptoCurrency News: Ripple Teams With 10 New Universities for Blockchain Research Initiative

Ripple has partnered another 10 top universities for its international blockchain research program, bringing the total to 29.

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CryptoCurrency News: Crypto Futures Platform ErisX Hires Execs From Barclays and YouTube

Crypto trading firm ErisX has hired a COO from megabank Barclays and a head of infrastructure from YouTube.

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CryptoCurrency News: Crypto Broker Led by Uber and E*Trade Alums Is Going Public

Voyager, a crypto brokerage founded by Uber and E*Trade alums, is going public via a $60 million reverse merger.

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CryptoCurrency News: Korean Central Bank Study: Issuing Digital Currency Poses Financial Risk

A Bank of Korea study concluded that a central bank digital currency could adversely affect commercial banks and ultimately financial stability.

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CryptoCurrency News: Little Relief in Sight as Bitcoin Price Closes at 7.5-Week Low

With bitcoin closing yesterday at the lowest level in 7.5 weeks, the gradual sell-off is showing no signs of abating.

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CryptoCurrency News: QuadrigaCX: Indian Hospital Releases Details About CEO’s Death

Private hospital Fortis Escorts has released details on the death of Gerald Cotten, CEO of Canadian cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX.

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CryptoCurrency News: Swiss Stock Exchange SIX Plans Blockchain Platform in H2

Switzerland's top stock exchange, SIX, aims to roll out a blockchain platform to speed up trading later this year.

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CryptoCurrency News: Ethereum Foundation Weighs $15 Million Bid to Build ‘Randomness’ Tech

The Ethereum Foundation may spend $15 million on a project implementing randomness tech called "Verifiable Delay Functions."

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