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Bitcoin ABC Still Leads But Bitcoin SV Is Catching Up, Both Mining At Losses7.41
Bitcoin Cash went through its hard fork on Thursday, November 15 at 17:52 UTC after the mining of block number 556,767. Almost two days later, the two factions that remain are Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV. While SV had the lead in mining power before the split at over 70 percent, the tables turned immediately the fork activated and ABC took the lead straight away. ABC has held on to that lead, at on...
Monero: Unsung Crypto Developer Wins Prestigious Award10.46
Professor Joseph Liu received an award at the end of October 2018 from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) recognising his recent achievements with the title “ICT Researcher of the Year.” Liu is the creator and development leader of the ring signature algorithm — a crucial technology used in Monero — which he initially conceived of
Switzerland’s SIX Exchange, Amun To Launch Bitcoin, XRP, Ethereum ETP16.3
The so-called “SIX Swiss Exchange,” Switzerland’s foremost equity market, has just revealed that it will be giving a green light to the crypto industry’s first exchange-traded product (ETP) that tracks multiple cryptocurrencies (XRP included), Financial Times reports on Saturday. The product, dubbed the “Amun Crypto ETP,” is backed by Amun, a London-based financial technology firm. Jane Street and...
New York: DFS Grants BitLicense to Crypto Custodian11.65
The New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has issued a BitLicense to NYDIG Execution LLC, a subsidiary of New York Digital Investment Group (NYDIG LLC). In a statement published this week, the regulator revealed that the crypto custodian had been granted a virtual currency license and a money transmission license. In addition, another NYDIG subsidiary, NYDIG
Cities that didn’t win HQ2 shouldn’t be counted out89.29
The more than year-long dance between cities and Amazon for its second headquarters is finally over, with New York City and Washington, DC, capturing the big prize. With one of the largest economic development windfalls in a generation on the line, 238 cities used every tactic in the book to court the company – including offering to rename a city “Amazon” and appointing Jeff Bezos “mayor for lif...