Sunday, January 20, 2019
Tags Cryptocurrency

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Bitcoin payments processor Bitpay announces record 2018 revenues

Bitcoin payments processor Bitpay says it processed over one billion dollars of Bitcoin payments in 2018 for retail and government clients, and has, Read more:

Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin joins board of crypto futures platform ErisX

ErisX is expanding its board as it prepares to launch spot and derivatives markets for bitcoin and, eventually, ethereum. Read more:

Grayscale adds Stellar as latest cryptocurrency investment trust

Stellar’s XLM token becomes the ninth digital asset to launch with Grayscale, executives citing investor demand as motivating the move. Read more:

Russian official dispels Bitcoin investment rumor

Elina Sidorenko, head of the Legislative Risk Assessment Group in Russia, says there is no merit to rumors that the country will invest as much as $10 Elina Sidorenko, Read more:

Are ICOs dead and buried?

Karnika E. Yashwant, CEO of KEY Difference Media, ex CTO of NewsBTC, ICO advisor, shares his reaction to the Forbes’ ICO report unveiling why not all ICOs Read more:

Ethereum’s Constantinople hard fork gets delayed due to critical bug

Ethereum developers took the decision after a new bug was found to exploit the hard fork software code and continuously withdraw user funds. Read more:

Russia’s prime minister: Bear market is not a reason to bury...

Russia’s prime minister called on the public to closely observe crypto markets, noting that the bear market in 2018 is not a reason to bury crypto. Read more:

Banker’s Toolbox rebrands as Abrigo

Banker’s Toolbox, which acquired MainStreet Technologies (MST) and Sageworks in 2018, announced today that it is now Abrigo. Read more:

Crypto trading platform launches, a Gibraltar-based trading platform for tokenised securities, has launched with an $8 million investment from Larnabel Ventures and VP Capital. Read more:

US regulators’ approach to crypto is obstructing innovation: Ex-Congressman

American politician George Nethercutt claims securities focus in particular is causing unnecessary turbulence for the nascent industry. Read more: