Daily Roundup – October 2, 2017

Daily Roundup – October 2, 2017

According to Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs plans to explore the start of a bitcoin trading venture for their clients.

According to Forbes, the users of US dollar-backed digital currency known as Tether could face serious issues if regulators decide to target the blockchain-based asset that allows for  pseudo-anonymous transactions.

According to Forbes, regulators are investigating Ethereum ICOs in Switzerland where $600 million has already been raised through the controversial fundraising method.

According to Quartz, bitcoin users in China are not much interested in the libertarian politics often associated with the digital currency.

On Twitter, longtime bitcoin holder Trace Mayer has offered Roger Ver (another longtime holder) a 25,000 BTC ($100 million) bet regarding the outcome of the hard fork related to SegWit2x.

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