Blockchain

1. Australian Securities Exchange(ASX) will use distributed ledger instead of post-transaction settlement system ★★★★★

After two years of exploration, the ASX decided to replace its decades-old post-transaction settlement system with a distributed ledger from Digital Asset, a startup that was led by the chief of JPMorgan Chase—-Blythe Masters.

2. ICO issued by Boxer champion Floyd Mayweather accused of violating the U.S. securities law ★ ★ ★ ★

The ICO issued by Boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Floyd Mayweather Jr. was accused of violating US securities laws and eventually raised $ 30 million to develop a debit card focused on cryptocurrency. In the complaint, the plaintiff’s lawyer alleged that the sale of tokens in the ICO was unregistered.

3. U.S Treasury: Distributed technology storage data may bring the challenge to regulators ★★★★

According to a new report, a control mechanism at the U.S treasury department believes that the use of distributed ledger to store “may bring the challenge to regulators.” The reports details the cryptocurrency “represent different payment methods” and points out that a few people are using them at present. The bank and other existing financial providers have entered to the market.

4. Parity Technologies claims that may not change the ethereum blockchain software. ★★★

Parity Technologies claims that may not change the ethereum blockchain software to recycle hundreds of millions funds of hard-to-get customers. The company previously published four changes of ethereum agreements to reinstate frozen $ 275 million last month due to software instability.

Bitcoin

1. Bitcoin price hit $20,000, the charge for 24 hours more than 10% ★★★★★

 Bitcoin which is the world’s largest cryptocurrency market capitalization rose to a historic all-time high of 19,783.06 U.S. dollars at 12:14U.S.time. The bitcoin has risen 10% in the past 24 hours according to coinmarketmap. A year ago, it was below $1000.

2.National central banks will buy bitcoins in 2018 ★★★★★

Nowadays, the group of seven is concerned about “proper provision” of cryptocurrency, not be involved with asset potential of cryptocurrency. The central bank allows qualified trading tools and the currencies list doesn’t contain bitcoin, ethereum and zcash. The situation will be different in 2018. G7 central bank will buy bitcoins to strengthen foreign exchange reserves.

3. Massachusetts Federal Secretariat warned Bitcoin as a “disaster” ★★★★

The Massachusetts Federal Secretariat warned bitcoin as a disaster. Back in the 17th century, the craze of tulips to the current bitcoin frenzy and the chase of the next wave often led to the catastrophe of ordinary investors.

4. Hong Kong investors accessed to the Bitcoin market  ★★★★

As bitcoin once again becomes headline news, a significant amount of new money recently went into the cryptocurrency market – including from emerging cryptography markets likeHong Kong. However, local media reports that many new investors may not be prepared for the risk of cryptocurrency.

 

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