In this week’s cryptocurrency round-up, one of the world’s most celebrated athletes also happens to have invested in a well-known cryptocurrency company, and it looks like China might be embracing cryptocurrency very soon. In some more good news for blockchain, and cryptocurrency markets; West Virginia once again seems to be pushing for blockchain-based voting even more, and JP Morgan Chase is also embracing blockchain more than ever.
During the week of April 7-14, there was certainly some interesting cryptocurrency-related news. First, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, has decided to delist Bitcoin SV in a controversial move. PewDiePie, one of the most famous content creators in the world, has decided to sign on with a blockchain-based platform, which some believe might be a good move for overall mass adoption, or at the very least, that some other influential content creators might follow his leads.
From January 13-19, 2019, these are some of the biggest cryptocurrency news stories. First and foremost, actor/director Kevin Connolly, best known for the HBO hit TV show Entourage, appears to be helping to create a show about a group of friends who want to use cryptocurrency to take over Hollywood. Secondly, Binance, one of the world's most popular cryptocurrency exchanges, has expanded to Jersey, which many believe is a direct response to recent political events in the UK. Lastly, a former chief of France's central bank has joined the startup board of SETL, a blockchain company that wants to make trading more efficient than ever.