Legendary Swiss investor and Bitcoin skeptic Marc Faber made his first Bitcoin purchase in February, according a recent talk with Swiss-German financial news website Cash; Faber bought at a price of around $3,000 based on market technicals and conversations with Xapo CEO Wence Casare - Link
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Bitmain’s filing to list its initial public offering (IPO) on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) will seemingly reach the end of its six-month expiration window today, as a Dovey Wan noted on Twitter; HKEx listing rules create a six-month window for any application to proceed to Listing Committee hearings; Bitmain's filed on September 26, 2018 and has apparently reached the end of HKEx approval window without confirmed reports of a Committee hearing, which would render the application obsolete - Link
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Sponsy launched an initial coin offering in 2017, but did not sell a single token. Now Ivan Komar, the project's founder, is attempting to sell the token project's brand and codebase on eBay; the listing mentions that the buyer will receive "solid social presence", legal documents, and "thousands of lines of code"- Link
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20,000 of Tron's Justin Sun's 50,000 new Twitter followers are likely fake, according to researcher Geoff Golberg; analysis reveals almost half of the new followers are extremely similar and uniform in consistency, pointing towards software creation; leading signs include all the accounts following few people, were just created, and have few tweets - Link
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The four week window given by the Indian Supreme Court to the government for a cryptocurrency regulation framework is coming to a close on March 29th; the window was issued on February 25th to provide a final impetus for wrapping up the slow progress; the Supreme Court will not hear any cases relating to the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) ban on banking with crypto related businesses at this time - Link
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A project management position for blockchain and digital asset initiatives at Citigroup has closed, according to The Block; the position's job requirements point toward a larger role of the technologies in the bank's future for driving "multiple internal and external engagements," although no specific projects are addressed - Link
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