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Coinbase is in high-level discussions with BlackRock to launch a crypto exchange-traded fund (ETF) on U.S markets. They join a growing list of competition racing to launch such a product.
Coinbase just upped its daily bank transfer limits for most U.S. customers to $25,000, 2.5 times the previous limit. Not all investors will qualify, but this will appeal to large movers of currency.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is processing several indictments related to money laundering efforts on Alexander Vinnik’s BTC-e exchange. Alexander Vinnik has been indicted for helping to launder up to $9 billion in Bitcoin.
An editorial published on an Australian news site accuses Jeremy Rubin and MIT Digital Currency Initiative of using organized “project assassination attempts” to attack rivals with hit pieces across publications.
Yahoo! has integrated cryptocurrency trading on their mobile app for iOS devices!
Blockchain dominates the news today, but aside from value transfer and speculation, there are no blockchain based products that many people outside of crypto use, let alone use regularly. That may now change.
An order was released by the Chinese government which bans shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, and offices in Beijing from hosting promotional cryptocurrency events.
U.S. Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard joins Congressman Bob Goodlatte as the second member of Congress to disclose cryptocurrency holdings as a part of their financial portfolio.