In this week’s cryptocurrency round-up, there is a lot going on. First, India is still trying to figure out what to do with cryptocurrency, and an overall ban on the sector is looking more and more probable. The CFO of Binance also has some words for Facebook and the way that it seems to be thinking about crypto, and is more than skeptical.
Gene Simmons, one of the most famous rockers in the world, and also an author/entrepreneur - is a fan of Bitcoin, and not afraid to tell this to well-known cryptocurrency influencers. In an especially interesting bit of news, John Mcafee claims to hae had a conversation with Satoshi Nakomoto himself.
In this week’s cryptocurrency round-up, we have some good news in the form of a Canadian town accepting cryptocurrency as a form of property tax payments. While this might not be an immense catalyst for mass adoption, it is undoubtedly a step in the right direction. However, there is some bad news for South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb, which claims that it has lost millions as the result of an inside job. As if that wasn’t enough bad news for cryptocurrency exchanges, Gatecoin is being liquidated. In addition, a Staten Island man is facing a significant amount of prison time for defrauding investors and stealing from them while claiming that he could make a considerable return on their investment, and he did this from his home, and through social media networks Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, Japan’s largest railways operator might soon be accepting crypto, and a Russia social media giant might be launching its own cryptocurrency.
In this week’s cryptocurrency round-up, Denver is using blockchain technology to vote, a well-known cryptocurrency trader and entrepreneur gets caught up by law enforcement, and Morgan Stanley might finally be stepping into the crypto world. As if that wasn’t enough news, Texas wants to know the identities of those involved in cryptocurrency transactions, Binance announces a system upgrade, Max Keiser thinks that we should abandon the dollar for Bitcoin. Last but not least: the United States and China appear to be racing to hire as many blockchain-related positions as possible. Denver Using Blockchain To Vote There are many that have...