Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
A relatively quiet week, with accompanying price stability (for crypto) across the boards. A few big announcements, like this one from Germany; interspersed with the odd keynote at the start of the 2019 conference season, like this one from the SEC’s ‘crypto mom’.
If you didn’t see our Regulator Roundup last week, now is your chance to get caught up on more than 130 updates. You don’t have to read them all, we’ve got jump links to your favourite regions ; )
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Binance looks set to open a fiat-crypto exchange in Argentina, following support from the government
Coinspice reports the Ministry of Production and Labour will provide Binance Labs projects matched funding support up to $500,000 per year
Despite Fidelity Digital Assets going live earlier this year, the new platform has yet to support any assets beyond Bitcoin
President Tom Jessop blamed the recent Ethereum hardfork, suggesting it has yet to pass FDAS’s internal framework for adoption
With mixed reaction from the Ethereum community, Buterin suggested a standard 1 gwei gas fee per transaction
The fee would be used to provide ongoing funding to wallet developers to the tune of about $2m USD per year
Not all the bears are hibernating; one is calling a near term
buys $10k of BTC each week
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