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Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group to issue digital currency

ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/Startup_and_IT/30361398 Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group to issue digital currency Tech December 31, 2018 15:20 By The Japan News/ANN TOKYO – Mizuho Financial Group Inc. will issue its own digital currency from March at the earliest, which will allow users to make cashless payments via smartphones and fee-free cash […]

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South Korean Business School Launches Crypto MBA Program

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A major business school in South Korea is now offering a master’s degree in cryptocurrency. Crypto MBA is a one-and-a-half-year program that covers topics such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, smart contracts, crypto funds, Dapp planning, game theory, and how to write persuasive whitepapers. Meanwhile, the government is working on follow-up crypto regulations. Seoul School of Integrated Sciences and Technologies, often known as Assist, announced on Friday that it is now offering a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program dedicated to cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. The new course is “a master’s degree program in blockchain, cryptoeconomics and token economy courses from technological, cryptoeconomic and business strategic perspectives,” the school described. Read more…

 

 

 

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A Crypto Investor’s Heartfelt Letter to Santa

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Christmas is just around the corner, and most crypto investors’ wishlists are much longer this year than the year before. On Christmas Day 2017, the price of bitcoin was trading at $14,000 because bitcoin had finally gone mainstream and “everyone” was a buyer.

This year, the picture looks very different. Bitcoin is trading around the $4,000 mark, the ICO market is dying, exchanges all want to KYC everyone now, and the altcoin market is down by over 90 percent.

Clearly, there is only one person who can help us now. No, it is not John McAfee, Vitalik Buterin, or even Satoshi Nakamoto himself. The only person who can possibly help us now is none other than Santa Claus with his all-mighty powers of gift giving. So, it’s time to write him a crypto wishlist for 2019 and hope for the best.

Dear Santa,

It has been a tough year for cryptocurrency investors. I am sure many have heard that bitcoin was a bubble and has now popped. A Bloomberg columnist said so, so it must be true.

And look at Ethereum, the number of active wallets has increased substantially, the amount of ETH sent per transaction has doubled, and the number of smart contracts deployed hit 1.5 million but its price is down 85 percent, and it now ranks below than the “banking cartel coin” XRP in terms of market cap.

And ICOs? Well, observers all knew that most of them were never going to turn into anything but 95+ percent price drops. Plus, the community is still waiting on Elon Musk to send them their ETH……….

 

 

 

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How Bakkt Could Affect the Bitcoin Price Unlike Existing Futures Markets

 

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Existing Bitcoin futures exchanges in the U.S. market such as CME and CBOE are cash-settled, meaning that their contracts are settled with the U.S. dollar and not with Bitcoin.

As such, given the limited supply of CME and CBOE contracts, the effect of the two futures market on the actual price of Bitcoin could be minimal.

Kelly Loeffler, the CEO of Bakkt, said that cash-settled contracts have some benefits but a physically-settled Bitcoin futures contracts are necessary to strengthen the infrastructure supporting the asset.

“It’s great to have cash-settled, but there’s a need for physical delivery,” said Loeffler, emphasizing that the objective of Bakkt is to create a comfortable environment for investors to invest in digital assets.

The physical delivery of Bitcoin guaranteed by the Bakkt Bitcoin futures market will provide investors with crypto asset custody and deliver the asset to every investor in the market. Depending on the demand for the asset and the trading activity on Bakkt’s exchange, the scheduled launch of Bakkt in January could affect the supply of the dominant cryptocurrency and lead to an increase in the Bitcoin price.

 

 

 

 

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Coinbase Announces Rollout in Six New European Markets

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Zeeshan Feroz, Coinbase’s U.K. CEO, said the firm looks for markets that are “close to or within jurisdictions that we operate in today” when it decides on new expansions. The company recently opened a new office in Dublin, as part of a contingency plan to continue to have access to the bloc post-Brexit.

Some of the markets Coinbase is expanding into are becoming increasingly popular destinations for cryptocurrency and blockchain-related start-ups. The company was able to participate in a total of 33 countries and help people to buy and sell crypto assets in these countries. Now, Coinbase has added six European markets in the following regions: Andorra, Gibraltar, Iceland, Lithuania, Isle of Man and Guernsey.

Gibraltar is, for example pretty interesting because it has a domestic licensing process for such firms to become registered blockchain technology providers. Iceland, however, has become a popular hub for so-called cryptocurrency mining due to an abundance of renewable energy.

New Proposal Promises to Make Monero (XMR) Wallet Simpler

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One contributor to the Monero (XMR) project wants to reform the wallet’s GUI to account for the likelihood that some users may not be interested in the more technical details of running a full node and may instead want to just have a desktop computer program that accesses funds and handles transactions.

“The community has long stipulated that, in its current form, the GUI is not properly tailored to the less tech-savvy. I personally have acknowledged this particular issue and am therefore proposing to add a simple mode, which would be significantly better curtailed for the less tech-savvy,” wrote the contributor, who goes by the username dEBRUYNE-1.

The “simple mode” this person is proposing would remove options usually tailored for advanced users, such as the ability to select the testnet or stagenet of the Monero blockchain. Additional features, including one where advanced users could sign a transaction file in a cold storage wallet and broadcast it through a “hot” node that has view-only privileges, are also removed from the proposed mode.

US Lawmakers Seek to Exclude Crypto from Securities

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Two members of the US House of Representatives have tabled a new bill before the Congress on Thursday to exclude cryptocurrencies from the standard securities laws.

This bipartisan bill called the ‘Token Taxonomy Act’ was presented by Reps. Warren Davidson, R-Ohio and Darren Soto, D-Florida. In September, Rep. Davidson hosted a roundtable in Washington, DC, to discuss the cryptocurrency-related bill and regulatory shortcomings towards the nascent industry. More than 50 participants from the financial industry participated including experts from Fidelity, Nasdaq, State Street, Andreessen Horowitz, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

The bill, if passed, will amend the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is seeking to exclude ‘digital tokens’ from being defined as securities.

Rep. Davison, in a statement, said: “In the early days of the internet, Congress passed legislation that provided certainty and resisted the temptation to over-regulate the market. Our intent is to achieve a similar win for America’s economy and for American leadership in this innovative space.”

ConsenSys is Eyeing Further Layoffs Amid Crypto Bear Market

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ConsenSys, a blockchain software technology company founded by Joseph Lubin, is eyeing even further layoffs, a report from The Verge published on Thursday has revealed, citing unnamed sources at the company.

Towards the beginning of December, Finance Magnates reported that the company had laid off over 100 of its employees – roughly 10 per cent of the Brooklyn-headquartered firm’s workforce. And now, it seems, that ConsenSys is gearing up for even more culling.

According to sources at the company, ConsenSys is spinning out startups which it previously supported, in an effort to streamline its business into “ConsenSys 2.0” which the company’s founder, crypto billionaire Joe Lubin announced earlier this month.

ConsenSys Labs, an internal incubator run by ConsenSys, houses a number of startups, referred to as “spokes”. According to an email sent by Shawn Cheng, a partner at Labs, it incubates around 36 spokes.

Cardano Price Gains 17% on the Road to $0.05 Over the past 24 hours

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The Cardano price has gained nearly 18% in USD value. That pushes the price to $0.042 and change, which may very well become a new level of support for this altcoin moving forward. There is also a near 12% gain in the ADA/BTC ratio which should not be overlooked. It is pertinent for altcoins to note gains in BTC value while this uptrend remains in place…..Read more