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Bitcoin Cash’s scheduled hard fork is tripped up by a software bug

Bitcoin Cash’s schedule hard fork appears to have caused an unexpected network split after the fork’s block height, which resulted in the first several blocks mined with 0 transactions; this event was first noted on Twitter by BitMEX Research using their Forkmonitor tool; Poloniex tweeted that they paused withdrawals and deposits during the incident – Link

By |May 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Binance reopens deposits and withdrawals a week after $41M hack

Binance announced that it will re-enable deposits and withdrawals for its online exchange one week after a hack that resulted in the loss of $41M worth of bitcoin; since the hack, Binance has fielded questions openly on Twitter and worked to upgrade its security system saying that it was making “significant changes to the API, […]

By |May 16th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Floyd Mayweather, DJ Khaled escape lawsuit brought by ICO investors

Boxer Floyd Mayweather and producer DJ Khaled were dismissed by a Federal judge from a lawsuit levied by investors in ICO Centra Tech; deemed an unregistered security sale by the SEC, Centra Tech was shut down with the founder’s being sued by the SEC; Mayweather and Khaled were dismissed with the presiding judge arguing the […]

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Hyperledger rolls out suite of blockchain tools for interoperability

Hyperledger has announced the release of a set of blockchain interoperability tools including an interface, wallet, messaging system, API, among others. Dubbed Hyperledger Aries, the rollout is directed toward increasing blockchain-to-blockchain communications – Link

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

BitGo offers institutional clients new off-chain settlement system

BitGo has announced the launching of a clearing and settlement service for institutional users; by keeping funds in cold storage and bookkeeping trades, BitGo believes institutional investors have access to secure, regulatory compliant, and efficient ways of trading crypto – Link

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

District 0x launches Meme Factory, a TCR meme platform

Meme Factory is a Token Curated Registry (TCR) for Internet memes announced today by the District 0x team; the Meme Factory platform is designed to allow content creators and consumers to earn by creating and curating memes; users can mint their own tokenized memes and sell them on the platform; the Meme Factory TCR (called […]

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

[Analysis] Bancor had a front-running problem, so it hired one of the manipulators to fix it – Frank Chaparro

📚  While centralized exchanges like Binance and Bitfinex are having their own concerns, decentralized exchanges (DEXs) are leaking funds to front runners. Front runners, typically bots who scan ahead of trades to pick them up and then dump them at a profit, have earned an estimated $6 million in total profit across multiple DEXs to […]

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

TD Ameritrade Exec: tens of thousands of our clients are interested in crypto

Speaking at Consensus, TD Ameritrade’s VP Steven Quirk says thousands of its clients are interested in crypto, with attendance to company provided educational seminars ‘off the charts’ Quirk added that interest is coming from both older investors, not just millennials, as well as investment advisors; many investors are still holding out on an ETF before […]

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

SEC again delays decision on Bitwise Bitcoin ETF approval

The Securities and Exchange Commission has kicked the Bitcoin ETF can down the road once again for Bitwise’s ETF; Bitwise and VanEck/SolidX proposals were also delayed at the end of March; a public comment period has now opened for the next few weeks, with no indication of a decision date given – Link

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

Bakkt may have acquired RCG for $19M

ICE’s Q1 financial filings point towards Bitcoin futures platform and ICE subsidiary Bakkt purchasing Rosenthal Collins Group (RCG) for $19M; the platform purchased RCG’s team and backend in February; the undisclosed but assumed $19M figure points to large cash burns for Bakkt, possibly signaling future fundraising needs – Link

By |May 15th, 2019|Regulation|0 Comments

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