Daily Archives: October 17, 2018

Canadian Firm to Build Blockchain-Based Supply Chain Platform for Cannabis Industry

Crypto and blockchain firm DMG Blockchain will develop a blockchain-powered platform to manage supply chains in the recreational marijuana industry in Canada Cointelegraph.com News

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Two US States Issue Cease and Desist Orders Against Five ICO Issuers

The U.S. states of Colorado and North Dakota have independently issued cease and desist orders against companies promoting initial coin offerings in their states. Their tokens are potentially fraudulent securities offerings, according to the two states’ securities commissions. One scheme promises a return of 10 percent per month and claims to be pegged to the price of gold. Also read: Yahoo! ...

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‘Do this outside’: New lurid claims over how Saudi Arabia’s Jamal Khashoggi presumed death

Secretary of State Pompeo rejected assertions that he was giving Saudi leaders “the benefit of the doubt” in accepting their denials about a Saudi journalist’s disappearance.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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85 Percent of Developers Can Alter Their Cryptoassets’ Protocol, Research Shows

85 percent of crypto assets allow their developers to change protocols at any time, a CryptoCompare report reveals Cointelegraph.com News

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Blockchain Surveillance Firm Partners With Cryptocurrency Exchange Binance

On Oct. 17, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, Binance, announced a partnership with blockchain surveillance company Chainalysis. According to the exchange, Chainalysis has implemented a compliance solution that meets regulatory guidelines worldwide. Also read: Bizarro World: Federated Sidechain Technology Promoted Over Nakamoto Consensus Binance Is Using Chainalysis for Compliance    According to a press release published on Oct. 17, ...

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With legal recreational pot, Canada leads way into uncharted territory

Canada’s capital city is known for being sleepy, sometimes stodgy. In doing so Canada has moved to the forefront of global drug policy. In open breach of the United Nations conventions on drugs, it has clearly stated that in principle, it does not believe that prohibition of marijuana serves the public good, after nearly 100 years of signing laws to ...

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Redditors Accuse Amex of Sponsoring Anti-Crypto Tweets, But Proof Inconclusive

Cointelegraph investigates Redditors’ allegations that American Express has sponsored anti-crypto content on Twitter Cointelegraph.com News

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Markets Update: Stable Cryptocurrencies and Unstable Pegged Coins

Since our last markets update, cryptocurrencies have been steadily moving sideways as traders are patiently waiting for the next big move. On Wednesday, Oct. 17, bitcoin core has been hovering between $ 6,400-6,550, while bitcoin cash has been coasting along around $ 425-500 per coin. The market capitalization of all 2,000+ cryptocurrencies hasn’t budged much over the last two weeks ...

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