Coicheck received a license, NASA looked into blockchain, scams were uncovered, Mongolia jumped into stablecoins and a U.S. rep talked about the SEC in crypto.
Bitwise applied for a BTC ETF, crypto exchanges failed security tests, BTC price fell, DX.Exchange fixed a flaw, and tobacco stores started selling BTC.
Another year has passed in the crypto space leaving people both frustrated and hopeful for 2019. Take a look at some of this year's action in review.
Announced yesterday, Coinbase Pro added four new Ethereum-based assets to its platform. Dai (DAI), Golem (GNT), Maker (MKR) and Zilliqa (ZIL) joined the mix.
SEC positive statements on ICOs, bitcoin failed to bounce in price, Japan's crypto tax changes, China banned STOs, and Stellar and Ripple progress.
It's not everyday that you get to talk about cryptocurrency regulations with a former NASDAQ Vice-Chairman who also happens to do advisory work in the blockchain industry. And even
Bitcoin ETF delayed, regulation against manipulation, and a cease and desist. Coinbase looked at thirty-one crypto listings while bitcoin dropped below $3,400.
On Thursday (6 December 2018), US Congressman Darren Soto (Democrat) and lawmaker Ted Budd (Republican) proposed new legislation to "help prevent" manipulation of digital currency prices while also "positioning"