Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
Last week was big for Copper as we released news that our infrastructure has provided secure storage and transmission of more than $500m in digital assets. This builds on the foundations set by Copper Unlimited, our secure offline storage application, and sets the path for a completely digital financial services 2.0
Elsewhere in crypto, China gets closer to releasing its digital currency and distinguishes it from Libra. Apple made typically Apple-esque comments about watching crypto. And TON test net actually went live.
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Since launching the combined services in June, Copper has now processed over $500m in transactions. This significant milestone was achieved in part due to high volumes of OTC trading this summer
Jakob Palmstierna of GSR commented, “Copper has been at the forefront of this development when it comes to robustness and security.”
The head of trading firm B2C2 provides their analysis of crypto trading trends to CoinDesk. They see similarities between the latency wars that started with low-latency software in the 1990s and crypto today
But he also notes there are some significant differences. For one, crypto exchanges are primarily web based. So it’s more comparable to Amazon than the NYSE
If you missed it on our blog, the August Regulator Roundup is out, and it’s a whopper, with more than 185 updates to catch up on
We’ve now been producing these monthly editions for over a year, so stay tuned as later this week we bring you the annual edition, where we look in more detail at which regulators have been the most active
Ripple falls out of LinkedIn’s
XRP Users Petition Ripple to
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