Total Market Cap, as of 03.15.19 at 12:00pm (PST): $137,576,523,635 (+2.79%)
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STORY OF THE WEEK
, a blockchain interoperability project has released its platform dubbed “Cosmos Hub”. This comes after 3 years of planning and development and a $16,000,000 USD raise in 2017. The platform aims to solve scalability of distributed technology by proposing a platform of blockchains.
CRYPTOCURRENCY TRADING SERVICES
•Traders on Coinbase
can now transfer cryptocurrency directly from its trading platform to the institution’s custodial wallet offering Coinbase Wallet.
, Coinbase’s professional platform lists Stellar Lumens for trading.
•New Zealand based exchange Cryptopia
migrates 35% of the platform’s funds into new wallets.
, an Estonia based exchange utilizing Nasdaq’s
trading engine launches security token offering (STO) listings.
•Trust Wallet, Binance’s
endorsed wallet now supports Ripple (XRP)
. Traders and developers building on top of Trust Wallet can take advantage of the support of the Ripple ecosystem.
•Hong Kong based exchange Gatecoin
shuts down as a result of a legal dispute with a payment processor and a devastating 185,000 ETH and 250 BTC hack in 2016.
•In the U.S state of Texas
, a bill has been proposed to require identity verification for sending cryptocurrency payments.
•Central bank of Russia
aims to introduce an annual limit of 600,000 rubles ($9,100 USD) for unqualified investors who want to purchase digital assets.
•Thailand Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
has approved the decision to create a portal for regulated ICO’s.
•Singaporean based exchange Quoine
has been found liable by the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) for reversing 7 trades from market maker B2C2
in April 2017. Trades were valued at 10 Bitcoins per 1 Ethereum.
•The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)
and the Investment Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)
is now seeking regulatory input on cryptocurrency exchanges, in an attempt to integrate securities laws where appropriate.
•In the U.S state of Colorado
, governor Jared Polis has signed the Digital Token Act on March 8th, 2019. This will exempt specific cryptocurrencies with specific characteristics and functionality from being classified as a security.
has recently updated terms of service which will shift its reserves from 100% traditional currency (USD) to a combination of traditional currency and cash equivalent assets such as loans.
unveils a native cryptocurrency wallet for its flagship S10 device that can be found on the Samsung Galaxy Store. Wallet will support Ether (ETH) and ERC20 based tokens alongside 4 dApps from the outset.
launches an alpha version of its Ethereum blockchain explorer, EthVM. INSTITUTIONALIZATION
, the creators of KakaoTalk – South Korea’s most used messaging app raises $90 million USD to supplement the launch of a new blockchain platform in June dubbed “Klaytn”.
•A blockchain based ETF, consisting of 48 companies involved or building blockchain technology has launched on the London Stock Exchange (LSE)
•Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
announces that it will not add a Bitcoin (BTC) futures market in March.
•Mark Karpeles, the CEO of Mt Gox
faces a 10-year jail term from the Japanese authorities for embezzlement of client assets.
•Danelle Dixon has been appointed the new CEO of the Stellar Foundation
, previously COO of Mozilla
•Konstantin Ignatov, CEO of multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme OneCoin
has been arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Ignatov’s sister, Ruja Ignatov is charged with wire fraud, securities fraud and money laundering.
– “Populaunpopular opinion: Everyone will be in crypto, sooner or later, whether they know it or not, whether you like it or not.”
– “Wells Fargo, a Buffett investment, has been fined 93 times for fraud and other abuses, for a total of $14.8 billion in fines since just 2000. I'll take bitcoin's "charlatans" over that any day.”
– “Crypto is software eating finance”
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