Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
A short but sharp bounce to the market late on Friday appears to be holding, giving hope to many that the nearly year long downward trend line might soon reverse.
Meanwhile, the start of 2019 has been filled with new laws ranging from full-on frameworks as in Wyoming and Malta, to smaller forays such as New Hampshire’s bill that would allow state residents to pay taxes in crypto.
Below we have our weekly roundup of industry and coin specific news. If you’d like to get in touch with us about any of our products or services, we look forward to hearing from you. Just send us a note.
A new bill in Wyoming sets out a definitive framework for what digital assets are under State law
Deeming them intangible property confers a specific legal treatment, which could draw business to the state. Or not…
Intercontinental Exchange revealed on their Q4 earnings call that Bakkt’s expected run rate for 2019 will exceed $20m
The digital asset exchange was meant to be open in Feb, but that has been delayed pending further consultation with the CFTC
While no application has so far come close to sufficiently protecting investors from the potential for market manipulation
At least one commissioner thinks there will be an application that gets approved once the liquidity issues are solved
Ongoing feud over missing bitcoin strikes another blow to
Is the bear really dead?
seems to think so
Vitalik Buterin highly critical of TRON and EOS, ‘
, and why are they with $15m?
Binance confirms future partnership with
is definitely happening
MEP Eva Kaili discusses her recent
, seeking clarity on crypto markets
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