Monthly Archives: October 2020

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PRESS RELEASE. Beaxy Exchange is running a one-of-a-kind match bonus program that will double your deposit up to $500. For example, when you enroll in the program and deposit $1,000 worth of fiat or crypto, you will receive an additional 500 USDC to use for trading. How to Trade with More on Beaxy Doubling your deposit is easy on Beaxy. To receive your deposit bonus – log in or sign up, navigate to the deposit page and be sure to click Participate to opt-in to the program. […]

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China’s central bank lays regulatory foundation for CBDC

The new draft law legitimizes digital yuan and may criminalize the issuance of yuan-backed stablecoins by third parties China’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBOC), published a draft law this Friday that aims to provide regulatory framework and legitimacy for a forthcoming central bank digital currency (CBDC), the digital yuan.  The draft law states that the yuan is the official currency of the People’s Republic of China whether in physical or digital form. The draft law also appears to take aim at third-party efforts at […]

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‘I Don’t See What’s Going to Stop Bitcoin From Appreciating,’ Says Commodity Analyst

A senior strategist with Bloomberg Intelligence says that he does not see what’s going to stop bitcoin from appreciating. He explains that as bitcoin matures, it will trade more like gold than stocks. The strategist also shares his view on how the November presidential election could affect the price of bitcoin. Bitcoin Will Keep on Appreciating Bloomberg Intelligence’s senior commodity strategist Mike McGlone told Kitco News on Thursday that he does not see what will stop bitcoin from appreciating in value. Discussing the stock market outlook, the […]

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JPMorgan turns bullish on Bitcoin citing ‘potential long-term upside’

A report from JPMorgan’s Global Markets Strategy division discusses three bullish reasons for Bitcoin’s long-term potential. JPMorgan, the $316 billion investment banking giant, said the potential long-term upside for Bitcoin (BTC) is “considerable.” This new optimistic stance towards the dominant cryptocurrency comes after PayPal allowed its users to buy and sell crypto assets. JP Morgan, from “Bitcoin is a fraud and will blow up” in 2017 to “Bitcoin’s competition with gold” in 2020. We’ve come a long way. pic.twitter.com/xceabkHaVJ — Krüger (@krugermacro) October 24, 2020 The main […]

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Gold smuggler’s gait gives him away as Paypal launches price action moon mission: Bad crypto news of the week

Check out this week’s Bad Crypto podcast. It’s been quite a week for Bitcoin, a week we’ve been waiting for. The coin is up nearly 13 percent and burst through the $13,000 barrier. Some of that support came from Paypal’s decision to enable cryptocurrency purchases, a move that sent its stock soaring. The company will need that kind of rise to stay ahead of the coin’s value. Bitcoin’s valuation is now just one behind the payments processor that lets people trade it. Traders, though, expect that Bitcoin […]

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Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones Sees Massive Upside in Bitcoin, Like Investing in Apple or Google Early

American billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones has recently become more bullish on bitcoin. He declared the cryptocurrency the best hedge against inflation and compares investing in bitcoin now to investing in early tech stocks, like Apple and Google. “I think we are in the first inning of bitcoin and it’s got a long way to go,” he said. Paul Tudor Jones Increasingly Bullish on Bitcoin Paul Tudor Jones explained why he is more bullish on bitcoin now in an interview with CNBC Squawk Box on […]

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Ethereum researcher Virgil Griffith files motion to dismiss North Korea conspiracy charge

Griffith argues that because his April 2019 conference presentation consisted of widely-available public information, he was not providing a “service” to North Korean officials Virgil Griffith, the former Ethereum Foundation researcher accused of conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, filed a motion on Thursday to dismiss the charge against him on the grounds that prosecutors from the Southern District of New York have failed to properly state Griffith’s crime.  Griffith, 37, was arrested by FBI agents on Nov. 28th, 2019 following […]

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SharkTron – DeFi Project That Implies Complete Autonomy

PRESS RELEASE. SharkTRON decentralized platform has set the goal of maximizing the DeFi TRON potential. The main task is to create a complete platform autonomy with a gradual transition to self-management by community members. SharkTRON is an autonomous full-cycle ecosystem. Platform members use TRX tokens to mine SHARK (SRX) tokens. These tokens can be used for activities within the platform or exchanged for JustSwap. At the moment a number of services are already fully operational in the SharkTRON ecosystem performing various functions assigned to them. So, thanks […]

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CME’s Bitcoin Futures Rise Suggests Institutional Investors Are Starting to Swarm Toward Crypto

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has become the second-largest derivatives market for bitcoin futures in terms of open interest. The popular exchange has seen an influx of demand since the recent Paypal announcement and the Bitmex debacle as well. Data shows that the Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange (Bitmex) open interest for bitcoin futures has taken a dive since it was charged with illegally operating in the United States. CME Group’s rise in open interest began on Oct. 10, as Skew.com reported that the exchange added “nearly 1,500 contracts […]

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How US authorities are using old AML tools to crack down on crypto

With new changes to the Travel Rule up for discussion and a bevy of new cases in the courts, it’s time to look at how U.S. AML law is shifting to cope with crypto. The ease of laundering money in the U.S. before 1970 boggles the mind. Prior to the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) of that year, there were no federal standards for banks to keep records on activity that fell under the category of “suspicious.” There were also no consistent reporting requirements — it was the […]

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