Highlighting what went right, and what went wrong, in this week’s crypto news analysis.
A roundup of roundups would suggest there is some actual consensus in crypto around a shortlist of key perditions for 2020: First, the industry is ripe for consolidation; and second, regulation will ‘solve’ everything. It’s hard to argue either point, harder still to make them happen.
Happy New Year to all of our readers, we hope you have a fun and prosperous 2020 🥳.
Plus, a belated happy birthday to Bitcoin, which turned 11 last week 🎂
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The SEC said the investment information is necessary ahead of next week’s deposement of three Telegram employees, including founder and CEO Pavel Durov
Telegram has refused to hand over ICO allocation records relevant to the “efforts of others,” part of the Howey Test used by the SEC to determine if a financial product is a security
London-based Ziglu aims to bring the best of challenger banks and cryptocurrency exchanges to create “one truly complete current account,” according to information from its website
It will then enable users to buy, sell and hold fiat and cryptocurrencies. It will also offer a Mastercard debit card to spend funds. Ziglu is currently in the process of getting an e-money license from the FCA
Copper’s final instalment for 2019 covering the monthly moves regulators make all around the world. This edition includes over 130 updates
South Africa moves on first regulations, Libra fails, Ethereum forks, French ICO gets backed, Bitcoin ransomers hit governments, and much more
Bitcoin more secure than ever as Hashrate hits new
Bitcoin believers expect rally as reward for
Ethereum hard forks for
in one month
XRP as a
& not as a speculative investment
XRP welcomes 2020 with a
and by unlocking 1.2 billion from escrow account
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