Daily Roundup – October 3, 2017

Daily Roundup – October 3, 2017

Over on Twitter, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein shared his thoughts on bitcoin. He has not yet come to a conclusion on the digital currency.

According to Bloomberg, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink has said that cryptocurrencies are a speculative platform in Asia and can be used to estimate the amount of money laundering happening in the world.

According to Bloomberg, BlackRock’s ETF Chief would not launch a bitcoin fund.

According to The Economic Times, Dr. S.P. Sharma of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said that it’s unlikely that bitcoin will go mainstream in India if it is not properly regulated and monitored by the government or banks.

Over on Medium, Factom Chief Scientist Brian Deery has written about how MAST can improve the privacy of Bitcoin atomic swaps.

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