Daily Archives: May 6, 2018

Crypto-Backed Fiat Currencies: Sci Fi or Missing Link? Expert Take

Assuming Bitcoin has a one percent chance of being successful at becoming a global currency, it would not be absurd to consider investing one percent of a given central bank’s foreign exchange reserves Cointelegraph.com News

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Israeli Bitcoin Mining Company Sues Bank for Closing Its Account

Despite already setting a precedent in a previous case, the Israeli courts system is again called upon to stop a bank from shutting down a crypto business. This time, Union Bank tried to refuse operating an account to a mining firm – a service all companies need to legally operate in the country.  Also Read: This Week in Bitcoin: Bacon ...

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New Head Of South Korean Financial Regulator Notes ‘Positive Aspects’ Of Crypto

Crypto has “some positive aspects,” says new head of South Korea’s Financial Supervisory Service Cointelegraph.com News

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Bitcoin Adoption Continues: Parking Lots, Supplies Store, Courses, Boutique Hotel

Bitcoin adoption continues to grow rapidly worldwide. This adoption roundup features four merchants that recently started accepting the digital currency – a boutique hotel in Spain, parking lots, an electrical supply store, and online courses in Japan. Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Parking Lots Park Realty Co. Ltd., which provides a parking lot sharing serving called ...

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Trump's judges are flexing their muscles, from civil rights to campaign spending

The men and women President Trump has elevated to federal judgeships across the nation are beginning to have an impact on issues ranging from civil rights and campaign spending to public prayer and the death penalty.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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Wall Street-Turned-Crypto Exec Novogratz Says ‘Enough Already’ To BCH-Promoting Tweet

Former Wall St. exec Mike Novogratz replies “enough already” to a Bitcoin Cash-promoting tweet Cointelegraph.com News

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Ripple Sued for Alleged Violations of US Securities Laws

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Ripple Labs, its CEO, and subsidiary. The plaintiff alleges that the defendants have violated the state and federal securities laws, engaging in schemes to raise hundreds of millions of dollars through the sale of unregistered ripple tokens (XRP). Also read: Yahoo! Japan Confirms Entrance Into the Crypto Space Class Action Lawsuit San Diego ...

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Trump should not complain about oil at $75 a barrel, Why Russia’s anti-European propaganda matters, Is a military coup brewing on Iran’s horizon?, An Indonesian reminder to keep pushing gender parity, Culture is no excuse for unethical behavior

“Brent crude [was] back at the $ 75 a barrel level many analysts regard as the ‘Goldilocks’ price: not too hot for the big consumers in China, India and Europe, but not too cold for the national treasuries of the Gulf countries and Russia…,” writes Frank Kane. “In fact, virtually the only person complaining about oil’s recent high is Donald ...

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