Daily Roundup – October 4, 2017

Daily Roundup – October 4, 2017

According to CoinDesk, the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission told a Congressional committee that the nature of ICOs makes it harder to catch the fraudsters behind them, but he’s optimistic that the SEC is up to the task.

According to CoinDesk, the Chinese government’s media arm has defended regulators’ decision to clamp down on ICOs.

Over at Bitcoin Tech Talk, Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song has written an explanation of SegWit2x’s controversial choice in replay protection.

According to Malay Mail Online, Bank Negara will make a decision on the usage of cryptocurrencies in Malaysia by the end of the year.

According to Yahoo, Billionaire investor Mark Cuban has confirmed that he holds some bitcoin.

Featured image via Florian Plag.

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