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East Meets West: Asian Crypto Fund Panel at Distributed 2018

At Distributed 2018, the first-ever flagship blockchain conference hosted by BTC Inc. and held in San Francisco, experts and entrepreneurs from various fields gathered for panel sessions and fireside chats, going into detail on specialized sectors of the blockchain industry. In line with one of the conference’s major themes of “East Meets West,” one such panel featured four crypto fund ...

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Reddit Co-Founder Bullish Despite Bitcoin Volatility

Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian has revealed his optimism about the future success of bitcoin despite the daily slump in price in an interview with Yahoo Finance. He believes bitcoin has the potential to be used as a store of value especially in countries where fiat currencies are being devalued. Ohanian is no stranger to the cryptocurrency scene, having co-founded Initialized ...

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Creditors of Defunct Cryptocurrency Exchange Mt. Gox Can Now File Claims

Creditors of Mt. Gox, the defunct cryptocurrency exchange, can now start submitting proofs of claim in a newly approved rehabilitation process, according to an update posted on the exchange’s website. In the update, Nobuaki Kobayashi, the trustee of Mt. Gox, announced that the online claim filing system was now active for creditors. The new system is also opened to creditors ...

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World Bank and Australia’s Largest Bank Issue First Global Blockchain Bond

The World Bank and Australia’s largest bank, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, have issued a public bond exclusively through the blockchain. The $100 million AUD ($73.16 million USD) deal is made up of two-year bonds. It expected to settle by August 28, 2018 and yield a 2.25 percent return. The prototype bond, dubbed “Bond-i” (Blockchain Operated New Debt Instrument) is ...

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Civil: Reimagining the News With a Blockchain-Based Architecture

Civil, a blockchain-based journalism startup, promises a comprehensive solution to create a “decentralized marketplace for sustainable journalism” by directly supporting content creators, fighting “fake news,” and removing advertising from the news experience. While Civil’s goal –– to flip the current journalism model on its head –– is ambitious, the team has already recruited a network of newsrooms and has secured ...

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New Research Claims Satoshi Mined Far Fewer Coins Than Previously Thought

Based on five-year-old research, Bitcoin enthusiasts and critics alike have often held that Satoshi Nakamoto originally mined some 1,000,000 bitcoin in the early days of the network. New numbers from BitMEX Research, however, demonstrates this number could be off by 300,000-400,000 total bitcoin. Breaking Down Lerner’s Research The oft-cited 1,000,000 coins estimation comes from research conducted by Bitcoin developer and ...

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Not a Done Deal: U.S. SEC “Will Review” Most Recent ETF Decisions

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission will reevaluate its recent round of bitcoin ETF rejections. This Wednesday, August 22, 2018, the SEC denied 9 ETF proposals from ProShares, GraniteShares and Direxion in three separate orders. But consistent with a rule that allows the SEC’s Chairman and Commissioners to review decisions delegated to its staff, these disapproval orders are up ...

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China Blocks Access to Over 120 Offshore Digital Currency Exchanges

China is continuing its crackdown on bitcoin and cryptocurrency-related ventures. The country is now blocking access to more than 120 offshore cryptocurrency exchanges utilized for trading purposes by mainland customers. In addition, officials are also looking to shut down websites pertaining to both cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs), and to prevent businesses from accepting payments in digital assets. ICOs ...

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