By CCN Markets: Forbes caught a comment by Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse at the 2019 Brainstorm Finance Conference, sponsored by Fortune magazine. While pointing out that he thinks a variety of coins will thrive in the future, Garlinghouse admitted that he is long on bitcoin. “I don’t think that there will be one crypto to rule them all. I own bitcoin and am long bitcoin.” Thanks to @CliftonLeaf – great conversation about the big week and what it means for the industry moving forward! https://t.co/w16pHQfwIC — Brad Garlinghouse (@bgarlinghouse) June 20, 2019 Bulls Running Loose Makes Long Positions Easy Being
The Bitcoin Cash civil war is just days away from culminating in a contentious blockchain split, and the lead developer of the faction with the minority hashrate has advised that the development community should “get a patch ready” in case they need to pursue an emergency hard fork to change the cryptocurrency’s Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithm.
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Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange Huobi Global today introduced an all-in-one stablecoin program called HUSD, which will allow traders to convert between four USD-pegged cryptocurrency tokens. HUSD: Huobi’s All-in-One Stablecoin Solution According to the announcement, the HUSD solution aims to reduce the need to choose between multiple stablecoins, as well as to cut down transaction costs incurred … Continued
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The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published an “order instituting proceedings to determine whether to approve or disapprove” the proposed Vaneck Solidx bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). The SEC is asking for further public feedback on issues pertaining to concerns regarding the bitcoin market’s perceived vulnerability to manipulation.
SEC Institutes Proceedings to Rule on Vaneck ETF
The U.S. SEC recently published an “order instituting proceedings to determine whether to approve or disapprove a proposed rule change to list and trade shares of Solidx bitcoin shares issued by the Vaneck Solidx Bitcoin Trust.”
The chief executive of the United Kingdom’s primary financial regulator has called for a balanced approach in nurturing the benefits while narrowing out the risks of cryptocurrencies. In a speech during the regulator’s Annual Public Meeting on Tuesday, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief Andrew Bailey outlined four specifically chosen operational risks that figure within the
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Video game developer Nerial and publisher Devolver Digital have recently announced the arrival of Reigns: Game of Thrones. The upcoming adventure role-playing game has players smash-hit swiping to decide who claims the right to sit on the Iron Throne as Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and more in a tale of complex relationships within […]
This week four Bitcoin Cash (BCH) researchers and developers proposed a different transaction sorting process for the BCH protocol called ‘canonical transaction ordering.’ The proposed method would sort transactions against their identifiers, rather than the current topological transaction ordering rule, making it easier to for the network to process very large blocks.
A 16-year-old girl from India developed a Bitcoin app called Crypto Price Tracker, and users on Reddit viciously attacked her with abuse and death threats.
When the internet first arose, it was hailed as a technological marvel that would change the world. People would be able to virtually visit museums from all over the world and have access to knowledge that could only be found in the finest universities. However, the reality is that the internet is often a cesspool where the mob rules. Case in point is what happened to Harshita Arora, a 16-year-old girl from India who created a Bitcoin app. It was not long before users on Reddit accused her of plagiarizing the app and heaping a horrid amount of abuse upon her.