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Ethereum 1.x Devs Focusing on 'Stateless Clients' to Curb Chain Bloat
While Ethereum continues to develop the next stage of its evolution with the sharding-enabled Ethereum 2.0, a group of developers will focus on the existing chain to maintain its operability during the transition.
Oklahoma Senator Working on Bill for State-Backed Blockchain Institution
Oklahoma senator Nathan Dahm wrote a new bill for his state which looks to build a state-backed innovative financial institution around blockchain technology, establishing a new classification of institutions.
Mind the Gap: Identifying and Trading 4 Different Bitcoin Charts Gaps
There are four types of gaps and they are traded in different manners.
New EU AML Compliance Laws Could Disrupt the Crypto Industry
Aside from tracking dirty money to offshore paradises, the law brings about a series of restrictive demands on crypto companies in a way never seen before.
Swiss-Regulated Digital Asset Bank Plans $95M Capital Raise
Seba, a young Swiss-based digital asset bank holding regulatory licensing, looks to attempt a secondary capital raise to garner over $95 million in additional funds.
Tyrone Ross on Why Financial Advisors Are Taking Notice of DeFi
Financial advisor and crypto advocate Tyrone Ross joins The Breakdown for a discussion on financial advisors, DeFi and the most important company in crypto.
Ex-NFL Team Owner Intends to Plead Guilty to Running Unlicensed Money Transmitter
Former "Shadow banker" Reginald Fowler intends to plead guilty to charges of operating an unlicensed money transmission business during a court hearing Friday.
The Prospect of Building a New International Monetary System Is Getting Real
Jeremy Allaire is co-founder, chairman and CEO of Circle, which, with Coinbase, pioneered the open standards CENTRE Consortium and USD Coin - a dollar-backed stablecoin used in millions of financial transactions around the world.
Plaintiffs Combine Their Market-Manipulation Lawsuits Against Bitfinex and Tether
Plaintiffs in three separate putative class action lawsuits against Bitfinex and Tether have moved to consolidate their cases, according to a Thursday court filing.
Ugandan Victims of Dunamiscoins Scam Petition Gov't for Lost Investments
Over 5,000 victims of the alleged cryptocurrency pyramid scheme Dunamiscoins have petitioned the Ugandan Parliament asking to refund money lost in the scam.
Chainalysis Finds Terrorists Are Refining Crypto Financing Operations
A new study by Chainalysis finds that terrorists are refining their financing operations using cryptocurrencies.
Cointelegraph Partners With Oxygen7 To Raise Funds For Australia Relief Efforts
January 16, 2020 - As a company, Cointelegraph cares about the environment and the world in which we all live.
Uncovering the Motives Behind North Korea's Crypto Conference
On Jan. 15, the United Nations warned that attending North Korea's cryptocurrency conference in February will likely constitute a sanctions violation.
Tether Claims to Be Okay With Merger of Class-Action Lawsuits Against It
Currently facing multiple lawsuits, cryptocurrency stablecoin issuer Tether received a request from prosecutors asking for consolidation, combining three lawsuits into one, which Tether has not denied.
Ripple-Backed Crypto Wallet BRD Launches Blockchain Toolbox for Enterprise Apps
Mobile wallet provider BRD is making something of a pivot, launching a suite of tools aimed at allowing blockchain developers to more easily build apps for enterprises.
SEC Charges ICO Operator Who Used Alias After Past Conviction
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged CG Blockchain Inc., BCT In. SEZC and their operators Boaz Manor and Edith Pardo with fraud, alleging he raised $30 million through an initial coin offering.
Block.One Will Not Launch Its Social Network on EOS
One CEO Brendan Blumer speaks at the Voice launch event, June 2019.In June when Block.
SEC: Cash-Strapped Telegram Launched 2018 Token Sale to Pay for Servers
Telegram launched a 2018 token sale because it was "Short on cash" to pay for servers, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said.
Crypto News Roundup for Jan. 17, 2020
Bitcoin gaining today after two straight days of declines, up 1.3 percent to around $8,800.
Davos Needs to Wake Up to the Ills of Centralization
It's a myopia that also means they often fail to recognize, much less understand, the alternative decentralized models quietly emerging from the developers building cryptocurrency, blockchain and digital identity technologies.
Canadian Regulatory Group Targets Crypto Exchanges Holding Users' Digital Assets
Canada's top financial watchdog has told crypto exchanges they will be subject to securities law if they act as custodians to users' digital assets.
Amid Legal Controversy, Telegram Blockchain Explorers Are Already Available
As the SEC lawsuit against Telegram Open Network forced it to postpone mainnet launch, working blockchain explorers are already available for the testnet.
US SEC Charges Convict and Associates for $30M Fraudulent ICO
The United States Securities and Exchange Commision has charged a group of criminals, who raised over $30 million through a fraudulent initial coin offering.
Price Analysis Jan 17: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, BSV, LTC, EOS, BNB, ETC, TRX
For now, the traders can retain the stops at $150, which can be trailed higher after the pair scales above $173.841.XRP/USD. XRP dipped to the neckline of the inverted head and shoulders pattern on Jan. 16 but the bulls defended this level, which is a positive sign.
SEC's CryptoMom Wants US to Learn From Chinese Digital Innovation
The United States could learn from China's innovations in digital currency, says Securities and Exchange commissioner Hester Peirce.
Three Days From Hearings Before India's Supreme Court on Crypto Ban
The Supreme Court of India has wrapped up the first three days in a hearing on a landmark case brought against the country's central bank against its ban on banks' dealings with cryptocurrency-related businesses.
Telegram CEO's 18-Hour Deposition Transcript Is Published Online
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov gave a deposition regarding the company's alleged violation of United States securities law by conducting $1.7 billion Gram token sale in 2018.
Major Turkish city to introduce its own cryptocurrency for settling everyday transactions
Konya's digital currency may be used to collect sales tax more efficiently.
Chainalysis says Binance and Huobi allegedly used for billions of dollars in criminal Bitcoin activity
Leading blockchain security and analytics company Chainalysis recently revealed that it tracked $2.8 billion in Bitcoin that was allegedly transferred by criminal elements to major digital currency exchanges last year.
Bitcoin Falls Back After Briefly Breaking $9k Resistance
A significant move back above $9,000 could trigger liquidations and a possible short squeeze across the market.