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CryptoCurrency News: Facebook Registers Secretive ‘Libra’ Cryptocurrency Firm in Switzerland

More details emerge about Facebook's secretive crypto firm, Libra.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bloq Labs’ Titan Aims to Simplify Crypto Farming

Titan is a one-step crypto miner management system from Bloq Labs.

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CryptoCurrency News: SEC Uncertainty Looms Over Token Summit – Again

Most at Token Summit 2019 seemed to agree: U.S. regulators need to decide what to do about tokens, whatever the decision may be.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitfinex Will List Its New Exchange Token Starting Monday

Bitfinex will list its LEO exchange token on Monday, trading against bitcoin, ether, EOS, tether and the U.S. dollar.

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CryptoCurrency News: OneCoin Claims It’s Not a Ponzi or Pyramid Scheme

The OneCoin project has responded to the suggestion it is a Ponzi or pyramid scheme, arguing it does not fit a narrow definition of either.

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CryptoCurrency News: Unpatched Ethereum Clients Pose 51% Attack Risk, Says Report

Ethereum clients that still haven't patched known vulnerabilities pose a security risk to the entire network, according to new research.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bahamas Securities Regulator Proposes Rules for Token Sales

The Securities Commission of the Bahamas is pushing for a new token framework to draw blockchain businesses to the island nation.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin Suffers Biggest Intraday Price Drop for Over a Year

Amid extremely overbought conditions, bitcoin has fallen by $1,700 on Friday – its biggest intraday price drop since January 2018.

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CryptoCurrency News: Amazon Wins Patent for Proof-of-Work Cryptographic System

Tech giant Amazon has been granted a patent for a proof-of-work (PoW) cryptographic system similar to those used by many blockchains.

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CryptoCurrency News: Top Banks ‘Investing $50 Million’ to Build Blockchain Settlement System

Around a dozen banks are said to be spending $50 million to build a blockchain-based digital cash settlement system, according to Reuters.

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CryptoCurrency News: Digital Renminbi: A Fiat Coin to Make M0 Great Again

Anonymous, cryptocurrencies could become more important in an environment where government money is closely controlled, says Dovey Wan.

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