1. New study says 80 percent of ICO’s conducted in 2017 were scams.
2. Current Bitcoin pattern suggests that it might be able to successfully defend 6000$.
3. Tether appoints Bank of Montreal Anti-Money Laundering Manager as Chief Compliance Officer.
4. Police Seize $1.5 million in crypto during FIFA gambling crackdown – A chinese city has recently cracked a cryptocurrency traded gambling case and confiscated over $1.5 million worth of cryptocurrencies.
5. The State of New York has endorsed a new electricty structure for crypto miners who are interested in conducting operations there,allowing them to negotiate contracts.
6. Brave Browser passes 3 Million Monthly Active Users.
7. Australian Bank bans use of Home Equity Loans for Crypto trading.
8. Owner of Montblanc, Piaget to track Gold and Diamonds using the Blockchain.
9. United Nations puts Blockchain at center of new High-level panel on Digital Cooperation.
10. IOTA’s community has been labelled as “toxic” by security PhD candidate Erinn Atwater. She says that the crypto platform’s developers have no clear roadmap for scaling. Atwater states that their current proof-of-work (POW) consensus algorithm is also susceptible to Sybil attacks and requires that IOTA wallet users run PoW near 24/7 in order to secure its crypto network.
11. Hedge Fund Billionaire Steven Cohen is getting into Crypto.
12. John NcAfee pulls out of Blockchain World Conference due to death threats.
13. South Korea to simplify Blockchain Investment with new legislative changes.
14. Popular Crypto Exchange OKCoin has recently launched a branch in the US, where it offers users fiat-to-crypto trading pairs. The company for now seems to only be serving California and soon to be available in other US states.
15. Russians Indicted for US Election hacks used Bitcoin to Fund operations – 12 Russian officials Indicted for hacking into Democratic National Committee email account allegedly used Cryptocurrencies.
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