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Report: Number of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Lobbies Tripled in 2018

The number of lobbies working on blockchain technology issues in Washington D.C. tripled in 2018, politics-oriented news outlet Politico reported on March 18. The number of entities lobbying on digital currencies and blockchain reportedly grew almost thrice in the course of the past year, reaching 33 projects in the fourth quarter of 2018 compared to 12 in the same period of 2017. Jerry Brito — executive director at the non-profit organization Coin Center that works with Reps. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) and Darren Soto (D-Fla.), both known for their cryptocurrency-friendly attitude — reportedly suggested that the growth is driven by securities regulation…….

Source: Report: Number of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Lobbies Tripled in 2018

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Cryptocurrencies in the Spring: good times, bad times

In the world of cryptocurrencies, the Spring of 2019 is starting to resemble the best of times and the worst of times. Should holders of cyber-money such as Bitcoin or Ethereum be cheered by the modest price rally that came in with the New Year, by the announcement in early March that Samsung is to launch a cryptocurrency wallet and by the news that a gold-backed cryptocurrency will be unveiled shortly? Or should they focus on the negative publicity arising from a cyber-money fraud in Sweden and on the news that Mexico’s central bank has imposed an effective ban on financial institutions in that country offering cryptocurrency services? How can a trader put together a reliable cryptocurrencies forecast? What is the outlook for cryptocurrencies 2019…..

Source: Cryptocurrencies in the Spring: good times, bad times

$190 Million in Crypto Gone Forever, How Canada’s Biggest Exchange Lost All of It

QuadrigaCX, the largest bitcoin exchange in Canada, has lost $190 million worth of crypto after it lost access to its cold storage wallets. An affidavit filed on January 31 with the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia revealed that $190 million in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Cash SV, Bitcoin Gold, Litecoin, and Ethereum were lost. How Did the Bitcoin Exchange Lose All of its Crypto Funds……

Source: $190 Million in Crypto Gone Forever, How Canada’s Biggest Exchange Lost All of It

Only 7 out of 21 Crypto Exchanges Pass South Korean Government Audit | BTCMANAGER

The South Korean Government recently conducted a security audit on 21 Cryptocurrency exchanges and according to a local news story published on January 10, 2019, only seven of them passed the audit. The audit took place between September and December 2018 and out of the 21 surveyed, Bithumb, Coinone, and Korbit, along with four others, made the grade. This means that the 14 other exchanges are still vulnerable to attack as far as the government is concerned…….

Source: Only 7 out of 21 Crypto Exchanges Pass South Korean Government Audit | BTCMANAGER

Canada Presents Three Possible Cryptocurrency Regulations In Anti-Money Laundering Committee – Justine Pope

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Earlier this week, the Canadian House Finance Committee met and discussed the role of cryptocurrencies. As part of their regular meetings as required by the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA), cryptocurrencies became a hot topic, as regulators see them as an easy way to launder money. The usual reasons, according to iPolitics, came up: cryptocurrencies are anonymous, difficult to trace, and have a history of being used by risky personalities such as Edward Snowden and Julian Assange……….

Read more: https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2018/11/canada-presents-three-possible-cryptocurrency-regulations-in-anti-money-laundering-committee/

 

 

 

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