Thursday, July 25, 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Too Sick for Buffett Lunch, Justin Sun Attends Tron Influencer Party in SF

Justin Sun said he postponed the Buffett lunch due to kidney stone. But that didn't stop him from briefly mingling at a Tron party on Thursday night in SF.

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CryptoCurrency News: Firm That Monitors Coinbase’s Stablecoin Audited Over $10 Billion in Client Assets

Grant Thornton audited more than $10 billion spread over 40 cryptocurrencies in more than 100 million addresses.

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CryptoCurrency News: SEC Clears Blockchain Gaming Startup to Sell ‘Quarters’ Tokens

The SEC has issued a no-action letter to Pocketful of Quarters (PoQ), a gaming startup looking to issue tokens on ethereum.

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CryptoCurrency News: DOJ Says Bitcoin Escrow Firm Bilked Investors for $7 Million

U.S. prosecutors have charged the head of a bitcoin escrow company with defrauding investors for $7 million. 

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CryptoCurrency News: Bancor Raised $153 Million and Found Actual Users. Why Did Its Token Tank?

Bancor raised $153 million as one of the top initial coin offerings of 2017. With its BNT token trading near all-time lows, here's an update on the project.

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[FOREX TIP] Elite Swing Trader EURGBP – 25th July 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Venezuela Turned Airport Taxes Into Bitcoin to Avoid Sanctions: Report

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and his administration are said to be using proceeds from the airline industry – and cryptocurrency – to avoid sanctions.

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CryptoCurrency News: Craig Wright’s Wife Could Testify Under Oath in Ongoing Kleiman Trial

Three witnesses including the self-defined Nakamoto's wife, biographer, and contractual overseer are called to testify.

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CryptoCurrency News: ‘However Long It Takes’: Zuckerberg Vows to Win Over Regulators on Libra

Facebook's CEO said it will spend "however long it takes" to get regulators on board before launching Libra.

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CryptoCurrency News: FBI Suspects Insider Trading Around Long Island Iced Tea’s Blockchain Pivot

The FBI is seeking evidence of insider trading and securities fraud relating to the 2017 blockchain pivot of Long Island Iced Tea, a warrant indicates.

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CryptoCurrency News: Crypto Loans Firms Left Thousands of Users’ Financial Data Exposed Online

Crypto loans platform YouHodler left a database with millions of logs containing users' private financial data unprotected, researchers found.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin Price Retakes $10K But Remains Short of Bull Revival

Bitcoin is back above $10,000, but the technical charts indicate a bull revival is still $1,000 away.

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CryptoCurrency News: Norwegian Air to Accept Bitcoin Through Exchange Set up By Founder

Business magnate Bjørn Kjos and his family have reportedly set up a crypto exchange and plan to offer bitcoin payments at Norwegian Air Shuttle.

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CryptoCurrency News: US Investors Used Loophole to Buy Bitfinex Exchange’s LEO Tokens

Bitfinex says it won't sell its LEO tokens to U.S. investors. But two such entities bought the asset via third parties.

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CryptoCurrency News: New Jersey Man Indicted Over Unlicensed Bitcoin Exchange

A resident of New Jersey has been charged for running an unlicensed bitcoin exchange service called Destination Bitcoin.

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CryptoCurrency News: Andrew Yang Super PAC Will Accept Lightning-Powered Bitcoin Donations

Supporters of presidential candidate Andrew Yang can now send bitcoin donations to a new super PAC via the Lightning Network.

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