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  • Craig Wright Accuses Satoshi Nakamoto of PlagiarismRelated
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    Craig Wright Accuses Satoshi Nakamoto of PlagiarismRelated Articles

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    Australian tech entrepreneur Craig Wright, who claims to be the original creator of bitcoin, says that Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous author of the Bitcoin whitepaper, plagiarized. Wright, who adamantly defends his position as bitcoin’s creator, was forced to enter settlement talks with the estate of his late partner Dave Kleiman following a judge’s ruling that he owed over $10 billion in the dispute. Now, the Australian computer scientist is altering his story slightly saying that Satoshi Nakamoto…
  • Crypto Exchange Update: Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Huobi Global, and PoloniexRelated
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    Crypto Exchange Update: Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Huobi Global, and PoloniexRelated Articles

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    The "Crypto Exchange Update" covers the latest news from Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Huobi Global, and Poloniex for the week 14 October 2019 to 20 October 2019. Binance October 14: Binance announced that it would be launching the phase 9 of Binance Lending Products at 12:00 UTC on 16 October 2019. This is when 14-day fixed term lending products for BNB, BTC, BUSD, ETH, MATIC, and USDT became available. October 15: Binance.US listed Dash (DASH). Binance and swiss firm Amun AG jointly…
  • Senator Defends Libra: Says U.S. Is Behind in Crypto & Fintech Game

    Senator Defends Libra: Says U.S. Is Behind in Crypto & Fintech Game

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn Cryptocurrency has long flown under the radar of governments. For nearly all of the past decade, a majority of politicians in office, especially those in the western world, have opted not to talk about the subject matter. But this changed with the launch of Libra, Facebook’s crypto and blockchain project that has no graced the headline of nearly every single large publication on planet Earth. Now, some of the most powerful people in the world…
  • Upon New SEC Heat, Telegram Pivots on Gram Token Offering

    Upon New SEC Heat, Telegram Pivots on Gram Token Offering

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn When the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission finds American investors are or might be jeopardized by unregistered securities offerings, it springs into action. Now, encrypted messenger company Telegram is doing some springing itself after being put on its back foot by an emergency restraining order the SEC won against the firm’s Gram token sale last week. Indeed, not only has Telegram asked its Gram investors to consider extending the deadline of the launch of the Telegram…
  • Libra Has Lost A Quarter Of It’s Partners: And That Might Not Matter At All

    Libra Has Lost A Quarter Of It’s Partners: And That Might Not Matter At All

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn Libra – the cryptocurrency project Facebook that aims to compete with PayPal and other payment processors was facing a terrible blow when nearly 1/4 of their partners decided to drop out from the project citing a number of concerns. But in a recent statement to Yahoo finance, Libra leader David Marcus reaffirmed that the project was “absolutely not” in trouble and that the mounting pressure was simply proof that Facebook was onto something big. Is…
  • Thomson Reuters: Bringing Smart Contracts to the Mainstream With Ethereum & Chainlink

    Thomson Reuters: Bringing Smart Contracts to the Mainstream With Ethereum & Chainlink

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn Media conglomerate Thomson Reuters, one of Canada’s leading brands, is eyeing an opportunity to bring the possibilities of Ethereum smart contracts into the mainstream. The effort comes as part of a partnership with OpenLaw, the ConsenSys-backed builders of an open source and peer-to-peer protocol for automating legal agreements. Revealed on October 17th, the first fruit of the partnership is a proof of concept (PoC) system dubbed Smart Contract Express, which melds Thomson Reuters’s document automation…
  • Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Price Could Fall as Low as $6,500

    Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Price Could Fall as Low as $6,500

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn Bitcoin (BTC) hasn’t been doing all too hot as of late. The cryptocurrency is down by some 45% from its year-to-date peak of $14,000, sentiment has begun to flip widely bearish once again, and investors have begun to brace for Crypto Winter 2: Electric Boogaloo, so to speak. While the bearish price pressure has paused for now, with Bitcoin managing to hold around the $8,000 support level for some three weeks now, a top investor…
  • What Happens to Your Bitcoin When You Die? Casa Aims to Solve the Problem

    What Happens to Your Bitcoin When You Die? Casa Aims to Solve the Problem

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn This Canadian Thanksgiving, one of my relatives asked me an odd yet interesting question — what happens to your Bitcoin when you die? Do you inherit it, or is it lost to the Ether (haha, I know) forever? At the time, I didn’t have an answer. Knowing my own security protocols for my cryptocurrency, my untimely death would leave my family without access to the limited holdings I have. I can assume it’s likely much…
  • Bitcoin Investor: Only a Matter of Time Before the Federal Reserve Goes Crypto

    Bitcoin Investor: Only a Matter of Time Before the Federal Reserve Goes Crypto

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn If you’ve followed the cryptocurrency news cycle at all over the past few months, you likely have noticed the trend of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). With the launch of Facebook’s Libra, which is slated to become a global digital asset used by hundreds of millions of distributed users, governments and their respective central banks have been mandated to maintain monetary hegemony. Proposed solutions to combat Libra are, of course, CBDCs, which would allow central…
  • The Evolving Role of Exchanges & Liquidity Specialists

    The Evolving Role of Exchanges & Liquidity Specialists

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    TwitterFacebookWhatsAppGoogle+BufferLinkedIn The role of a digital asset trading platform has advanced well beyond a forum to arrange trades between buyers and sellers. This expanded role carries with it an evolving set of expectations from speculative traders and investors. It becomes imperative for them to understand the multi-faceted role of a trading platform, and different aspects of cooperation between digital asset projects, the platform, and supporting agencies referred to as Liquidity Specialists or Designated Market Makers. My…