Daily Roundup – August 1, 2017

Daily Roundup – August 1, 2017

According to Forbes, the bitcoin price has remained unscathed in light of the launch of a new altcoin, known as Bitcoin Cash. The altcoin has attempted to bootstrap its network effect by distributing Bitcoin Cash to all bitcoin holders.

Over at International Business Times, an article has been published that included thoughts on Bitcoin Cash from various members of the cryptocurrency community.

Over at Bitcoin Magazine, a beginners guide to claiming one’s Bitcoin Cash has been published. The guide also explains how bitcoin holders can sell their Bitcoin Cash once they’ve found their private keys.

According to CoinDesk, the Singapore Central Bank has issued new statements regarding ICOs and token sales. The central bank has stated that some token issuances may fall under the definition of a security.

A letter has been published on the official website of the Czech National Bank. The letter notes that Prague is home to a strong cryptocurrency community; however, it also notes that central banks should not be afraid of this new technology.

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Kyle Torpey

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