Daily Roundup – September 11, 2017

Daily Roundup – September 11, 2017

According to Bloomberg, China is said to be working on a ban of bitcoin exchanges. The potential ban would still allow the digital asset to be traded over the counter.

According to Reuters India, China’s bitcoin exchanges are awaiting clarification on a potential ban of their services in the country.

According to CoinJournal, Bitcoin Core contributor and Blockstream CTO Greg Maxwell has shared his thoughts on SegWit2x. In his remarks, Maxwell noted that many Bitcoin Core contributors could leave the project if SegWit2x succeeds.

According to CoinDesk, researchers from Finland’s central bank have dubbed bitcoin’s economic system “revolutionary”. In a new paper, the researchers also note that the digital asset cannot be regulated.

According to Fortune, champion boxer Floyd Mayweather may get in trouble with the SEC due to their support of various initial coin offerings over the past few months.

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