Friday, August 30, 2019

CryptoCurrency News: Billionaire Investor Eyes $1 Billion Crypto Hedge Fund

Billionaire head of Brevan Howard hedge fund, Alan Howard, is launching a crypto portfolio platform that aims to make stable investments in a notoriously volatile market.

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CryptoCurrency News: Telegram’s Blockchain Will Be Compatible With Ethereum: Source

Telegram's new blockchain project will be able to support dapps built for ethereum, says TON Labs CEO Alexander Filatov.

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CryptoCurrency News: Seoul’s Artbloc to Offer High-End Art Using Blockchain-Based Fractional Ownership

Artbloc hopes to bring high-end works to mainstream investors by using blockchain technologies

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CryptoCurrency News: Join the CoinDesk Team In Tel Aviv

CoinDesk is heading to Tel Aviv on September 12 and we'd love to see you.

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CryptoCurrency News: Zcash Developer Electric Coin Company Says It Avoided Layoffs Despite Q1 Loss

The Electric Coin Company (ECC) has issued its Q3 2019 transparency report saying the company had avoided layoffs throughout the bear market despite being in the red.

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CryptoCurrency News: Top 10 Cryptocurrencies Now Trading Below 200-Day Price Averages

Bitcoin now stands alone in the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market value at CoinMarketCap with the rest having fallen below a key long-term moving average.

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CryptoCurrency News: Bitcoin Price Faces Third Monthly Loss of 2019

Down 4.8 percent from the monthly opening price, bitcoin looks set to end August on a negative note and is on track to register its third monthly loss of the year.

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CryptoCurrency News: IBM-Maersk Logistics Blockchain to Be Used by Thai Customs Department

The Customs Department of Thailand will begin trialing IBM and Maersk's TradeLens blockchain platform for international shipping.

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CryptoCurrency News: Capital One Hacker Used Stolen Computing Power to Mine Crypto

Capital One hacker Paige Thompson had been using stolen computing power to mine cryptocurrencies, a federal grand jury indictment revealed.

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