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Cryptosphere Says Goodbye To Chinese ‘Bitcoin Tycoon’ You may not know his name, but Li Xiaoli, China’s in-house Bitcoin billionaire and blockchain investor, is one of the most well-known, experienced individuals in the entire cryptosphere. However, despite his prestige in this nascent industry, he has unexpectedly announced that he intends to stop investing actively in …

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A leaked spreadsheet by an employee of Huobi, one of the biggest crypto-exchanges in the world, appears to suggest collusion between the exchange and other block producers for mutual benefit. Details of the Leak In what could possibly dent the trust of investors in the EOS coin, a leak by one Shi Feifei, a Huobi …

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In what is turning out to be a closely fought battle, Ripple’s XRP is once again within spitting distance of dislodging Ethereum from its position as the number two cryptocurrency by market cap, having briefly achieved the feat last week and again earlier today.  Fight for 2nd Place Bitcoin is the undisputed king of cryptocurrencies …

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Bitcoin (BTC) is reporting losses for a second straight month, but there are hints of a bullish breakout ahead in the fourth quarter. At press time, the leading cryptocurrency is trading at $6,570 – down 6.30 percent from September’s opening price of $7,014. BTC also registered a 10-percent decline in August, according to CoinDesk’s Bitcoin …

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Montana’s second most populous county, Missoula County, has rejected the proposal for a moratorium on cryptocurrency operations. The proposal was first presented at a public hearing in June but was postponed for three months. Proposed Crypto Moratorium Rejected Missoula County’s board of commissioners held a public hearing Thursday to decide whether to accept or reject …

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The self-regulatory Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA) plans to stricten its customer asset management measures. The Japan Times outlet reported this news Sunday, September 30, citing “informed sources.” JVCEA is a self-regulatory group of some of the largest licensed exchange operators in Japan, established in April of this year. Now, the organization is reportedly planning to tighten its rules by establishing …

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Huobi has denied any involvement in the alleged EOS voting manipulation and collusion that emerged last week. The allegation of collusion among EOS block producers (BPs) comes firmly on the heels of news that four senior executives recently resigned form Block.one – the EOS parent company. Multiple EOS BPs Accused of Manipulating Votes According to …

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Bitcoin’s price has fallen more than 50% from last year’s records. Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images 3 Comments By Paul Vigna Paul Vigna The Wall Street Journal Biography @paulvigna Google+ Paul.Vigna@wsj.com Sept. 30, 2018 12:00 p.m. ET Bitcoin is about to hit its 10-year mark, but by many measures it will be limping into its anniversary. …

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Digital asset management firm Arrington XRP Capital may be poised to cease funding any U.S.-based startups. Partner and founder Michael Arrington tweeted Friday morning that the company had “received a second subpoena” from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) due to the firm’s role as an investor in a company based in the United States. He added: “The …

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The RBI has denied the “formal creation” of a unit to research AI and blockchain technology, according to a report. The clarification after an investigation by Coin Crunch India comes weeks after the central bank was rumored to have set up the supposed unit to “research and possibly draft rules” for the emerging technologies. In an article …

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