Monthly Archives: November 2019

Ethereum Co-Founder: Hopefully We Can Interoperate With China’s Crypto

Consensys founder Joseph Lubin said that he hopes China’s digital currency will be interoperable with Ethereum and other public and open-access blockchains. Ethereum co-founder and founder of Consensys, Joseph Lubin, said that he hopes China’s Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) will allow for interoperability with public permissionless blockchains, including Ethereum. Ethereum is “a very positive virus” Lubin made his remarks during an interview with Forbes published on Nov. 9. He explained: “I assume it is going to be exactly what Chinese leadership thinks is most beneficial to […]

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Corrupt CBI Officer Booked for Extorting Vigilante Bitcoiner

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly booked its own officer in an extortion case involving bitcoin. The target was a man who previously fell victim to the Bitconnect scam and allegedly resorted to extreme measures to recoup his money. Also read: China Now Censors Anti-Blockchain Sentiment, Educates Public on Bitcoin Extorted by CBI Officer The CBI has reportedly booked its own officer, inspector Sunil Nair, for allegedly extorting Rs 5 crore (~$700,506) from Shailesh Bhatt, an Indian businessman from Gujarat, local media reported on Friday. […]

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Bobby Lee: $500K Bitcoin Price ‘Flippening’ of Gold Will Come by 2028

A price of $500,000 is easily in reach within the next nine years, says the BTCC co-founder, with $1 million possible afterward. Bitcoin (BTC) will surpass the market cap of gold and could ultimately be worth $1 million, well-known industry figure Bobby Lee has said.  In a series of tweets on Nov. 10, Lee, who co-founded Chinese cryptocurrency exchange BTCC and now runs a Bitcoin wallet startup, became the latest voice in the expanding debate on Bitcoin versus gold.  Lee: BTC market cap to hit $8 trillion […]

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Crypto News From Japan: Nov. 2–9

From Cointelegraph Japan: This week’s selected cryptocurrency and blockchain news from Japan. In this week’s selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news from Cointelegraph Japan, the Japanese financial regulator solidifies its policy of banning trusts that invest in crypto, more than 20 companies launch a consortium that aims to raise funds with security tokens, and Coincheck starts its automated cryptocurrency accumulation service, while it denies having had any previous knowledge about Stellar Lumens’ 55 billion token burn. Here is the past week of cryptocurrency and blockchain news in review, […]

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Crypto News From the German-Speaking World: Nov. 3-10

Cointelegraph auf Deutsch presents a weekly digest of selected cryptocurrency and blockchain-related developments from the German-speaking world. The past week has marked a number of crypto- and blockchain-related developments in the German-speaking world. Malta Enterprise partnered with Deutsche Telekom’s IT service subsidiary to offer its blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) marketplace, French IT company Atos and Austrian startup Smart Digital proposed industrial plant inspections using blockchain, and the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) launched a market survey on crypto assets derivatives. Below is the past week of crypto and […]

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Life Changing Finance #59 – What Is A Crypto Cuck? – By Tai Zen

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