Daily Archives: November 1, 2018

BlackRock CEO: Crypto ETF Will Come When Industry Is ‘Legitimate’

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said that the investment firm will not launch a crypto ETF until the industry becomes “legitimate” Cointelegraph.com News

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Holacracy: Governance in an Age of Innovation and Subversion

The following opinion piece on Holacracy was written by Max Borders, director of Social Evolution and author of The Social Singularity.  Imagine turning on your mobile device one morning to find only two apps: Red and Blue. It’s bad enough that these are the only two choices. Only one works at a time–and not very well. Also read: Markets Update: Traders ...

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Binance Freezes Funds on Multiple Accounts with Dubious Crypto Exchange

n nn nn Binance has frozen multiple accounts associated with the cryptocurrency exchange Wex, citing money laundering concerns.The CEO of Binance went on Twitter recently to announce the freezing of multiple accounts owned by Wex, claiming that Binance will cooperate with law enforcement in any way possible should a criminal investigation result from alleged money laundering. Wex, a Russian-based cryptocurrency ...

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Crypto Markets See Hint of Green, Top Cryptos Keep Trading Sideways

Crypto markets see a slight rebound after the recent sell-off, almost all top 20 coins have seen some gains Cointelegraph.com News

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Ledger Wallet Plans to Pause Bitcoin Cash Services on November 15

Ledger, the popular hardware wallet manufacturer based out of France, has recently revealed the company’s contingency plans for the upcoming Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork scheduled for Nov. 15. On Tuesday, Oct. 30, Ledger explained to its customer base that the organization will be pausing bitcoin cash services on Nov. 15 and the company plans to wait until a dominant ...

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In Tennessee Senate race, a clear test of centrism vs. ideology

To watch Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen deliver a stump speech before a lunchtime Tennessee crowd, is to wonder whether one is looking at a future where US senators rediscover congeniality and bipartisanship – or at the past, at a throwback politician who is out of step with today’s take-no-prisoners, tribal approach to governing. In this competitive contest in a ...

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Morgan Stanley Classes Bitcoin as an Asset

Global investment bank Morgan Stanley has given Bitcoin bulls something to cheers about. The institution has stated that it classes Bitcoin as an institutional investment class. (And the day after Bitcoin’s birthday… how thoughtful) What this means is that it recognizes Bitcoin as a type of asset similar to shares, property, bonds, cash, or commodities. It also means good news ...

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VA: Fatal dog experiments moving ahead despite criticism from Congress, veterans groups

The VA says an internal review found dogs are the only viable subjects for nine medical experiments, and the former VA secretary approved them.           GANNETT Syndication Service

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