Monthly Archives: June 2019

What Is a Satoshi, the Smallest Unit on the Bitcoin Blockchains

Why Twitter has been using Satoshi more and more often. From paying for pizza with satoshi (SAT) on the Lightning Network to the 10,000 satoshis being added to the Lightning Torch each time it is passed, down to the 1 sat/byte rate on the bitcoin SV network, SAT is being used more and more in blockchain and crypto conversations. The satoshi is the smallest unit that is recorded on the bitcoin blockchains: One satoshi represents a decimal, seven zeros and a 1, followed by any of the […]

More info

G20 Starts Crypto Discussions – A Look at Global Standards

Finance ministers and central bank governors from the G20 countries have gathered this weekend for a two-day meeting ahead of the G20 summit, and cryptocurrency is among the topics of discussion. Global standard-setting bodies have submitted their policies and provided tools to help the member countries with the regulation of crypto assets in their own jurisdictions. Also read: G20 Countries Start Implementing Unified Crypto Standards Crypto Discussions at G20 Meeting World leaders will gather in Osaka as Japan hosts its first ever G20 summit on June 28 […]

More info

What to Expect at G-20: Money Laundering and Crypto Discussion

On the eve of the G-20 Financial Ministers and Central Governors Meeting. One of the main themes to be discussed at the G-20 Financial Ministers and Central Governors Meeting this weekend has to do with money laundering and cryptocurrency. What kind of agreement would be a surprise? Even for the purpose of introducing Anti-Money Laundering (AML), should we allow our financial privacy to be compromised? Alexander Zaidelson, the CEO of Beam, shared his views with Cointelegraph. A new agreement on crypto and AML? Jiji Press, a major […]

More info
1 2