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  2. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  3. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  4. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  5. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  6. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  7. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  8. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  9. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  10. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  11. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  12. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  13. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  14. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  15. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  16. Cryptocurrency market drops
  17. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  18. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  19. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  20. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  21. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  22. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  23. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  24. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  25. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  26. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  27. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  28. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  29. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  30. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  31. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  32. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  33. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  34. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  35. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  36. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  37. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  38. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  39. Virtual Currency enters academics
  40. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  41. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  42. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  43. Ibinex: So far so good.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
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  1. Blockchain Phones aren’t Far Anymore: HTC Exodus to Introduce on October 22
  2. Ex-Coinbase Executive Adam White to join ICE’s Crypto platform Bakkt as COO
  3. Crypto Hacks Caused Around $1 Billion Loss, So Far This Year
  4. XP Investimentos’ Crypto Exchange Won’t Enable Users to Deposit or Withdraw Bitcoin
  5. Roger Ver: Bitcoin.Com May Introduce Its Own Crypto Exchange
  6. CFTC Constraints Harder on Cryptocurrency Scam under Trump’s Administration
  7. Blockchain Startup to Fund British Masters Tournament
  8. Israel Securities Authority Adopts Blockchain to Improve Cybersecurity
  9. Bill Clinton Acknowledged Blockchain’s Immense Potential
  10. Siam Commercial Bank First to Experience Updated Ripplenet’s Multi-hop Payments Feature
  11. Ethereum to Rebound Strongly Towards the End of 2019: Tom Lee
  12. TD Bank to add blockchain and AI Solutions
  13. North Korea Multiplies the Crypto Usage to Refrain from US Sanctions
  14. Cryptocurrency Needs Regulation to Survive
  15. Binance Crypto Exchange Introduces Binance Info 2.0 
  16. Cryptocurrency market drops
  17. Coinbase Introduces Four New GBP Crypto Trading Pairs
  18. U.S. Federal Court Started Using Cryptocurrency For Bail Of Hacker Charged Of Breaking Computer Network
  19. Recent slump not a setback: says the Ethereum founder.
  20. Australia Based Legaler Raises $1.5 Million To Create Blockchain For The Future Of Legal Services
  21. Utility of several top cryptocurrency questionable, says a study.
  22. Sinking Bitcoin Helps Crypto Miners Profit
  23. LuneX a Crypto Based VC Fund Driven by Golden Gate Ventures in South East Asia
  24. What makes the crypto markets “weak”?
  25. The Blockchain Technology Used By West Virginia To Accommodate The Numerous Votes For The Upcoming Midterm Elections
  26. The USA’s Largest Financial Services Market Is To Incorporate The Blockchain Technology To Streamline a Variety Of Sectors
  27. A Lawsuit In China Against Cryptocurrency Exchange “Okcoin” For Declining Certain Bitcoin Cash Related Transaction
  28. Highly prestigious operator in the stock exchange sector to launch a market based on Bitcoin.
  29. Evolution of Blockchain as a Global Phenomenon – The industry has come a long way
  30. XRP Led Cryptocurrency Exchange By AlphaPoint
  31. South Carolina state authorities desist previously enforced regulations on blockchain implementation
  32. HTC and crypto currency: virtual currency in the smart phone market.
  33. Crypto currency: the strife of RBI continues.
  34. United Kingdom set to become the world leader in cryptocurrency industry
  35. Resuscitation of the crypto currency markets.
  36. Cobinhood crypto exchange announces exciting feature promoting crypto-to-fiat transaction
  37. WEX exchange and its spectacular technical goof ups.
  38. Digital currency can take over traditional currency by overcoming Finance sector obstacles
  39. Virtual Currency enters academics
  40. The newest Ripple (Pun intended).
  41. BIS chief makes the headlines by stating the negative impacts of cryptocurrency on economy
  42. India lagging in virtual currency as RBI wins the legal battle.
  43. Ibinex: So far so good.

Bill Clinton, Former U.S. President, appeared at Ripple’s annual Swell conference as a keynote speaker, in San Francisco on October 1, which is where Clinton acknowledged the potential of disruptive technologies like blockchain.

Here, Clinton had a conversation with Gene Sperling, who was his economic advisor from 1996-2001. He talked about various topics like foreign policy, cultural issues, Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency investing and banking.

Clinton stated, “This whole blockchain deal has the potential it does only because it is applicable across national borders [and] income groups. The permutations and possibilities are staggeringly great.” With this, the former president expressed that economic and social policy “work better as positive sum-games.”

Clinton reviewed the new technological evolution inside the currently polarized political cultures of the U.S. and Europe by saying that, “We could ruin it all by negative identity politics and economic and social policy. You think about that.”

According to reports, Clinton got his first Bitcoin in 2016 at a conference in Washington, D.C. Matthew Roszak a venture capitalist and tech entrepreneur gifted a bitcoin to the former president. Remarkably, Hillary Clinton chose not to accept BTC donations for her presidential campaign.

Apart from that, from the U.S. Congress, a group of group of lawmakers conveyed a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Jay Clayton urged him to give guidance on how the SEC intends to regulate digital currency. Plus, The congressmen seem concerned about indecision regarding the conduct towards offers and sales of digital tokens.

Additionally, in July this year, Coinbase built its political action committee (PAC), allowing it to pool donations for crypto-friendly campaigns, in the future. Also, later in September, a group of blockchain and crypto companies declared they would formulate the Blockchain Association, which will be the “first” lobbying group representing the blockchain industry in Washington D.C.

The “awareness” is increasing as far as concerned to blockchain and cryptocurrency utilization.

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