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Russian Banks Propose a Model for Legal Use of Cryptocurrencies

The Association of Russian Banks (ARB) has put forward a proposal to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies, especially by taxing them. On September 12, during the first session of the International Banking Forum in Sochi, Anatoly Kozlachkov, Vice President of the Association of Russian Banks, presented their report-proposal. “The problem is that the number is…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/25/19: Of a New Bitcoin ETF, IRS Warnings, and More

Presenting CoinStats followers with the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. SEC to Take Call on Wilshire Phoenix’s Bitcoin ETF Proposal The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is now reviewing the application of yet another bitcoin exchange-traded fund. According to the securities regulator’s recent filing, it has initiated proceedings to determine…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/24/19: Of Germany, Satoshi’s Identity, Binance, And More

Presenting CoinStats followers with the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. Bitcoin Trading Now Available on Germany’s Second Largest Stock Exchange Boerse Stuggart, Germany’s second-largest stock exchange, is now offering bitcoin spot trading services via its new subsidiary. Boerse Stuttgart Digital Exchange (BSDEX), as the division is called, started with the listing…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/20/19: Of “Shitcoin Donations,” a CEO’s Bitcoin Hedging, and More

Presenting CoinStats followers with the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. “Shitcoin Donations” for TOR Project Recently, Bitcoin owners have been spreading remarkable statements about how to get rid of shitcoins via sufficient donations.  So in early September, Matt Odell – a Bitcoin maximalist and co-host of the “Tales from the Crypt”…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/19/19: Of Turkey’s National Blockchain, Altcoin Season, and Iranian License

Presenting you the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. Turkish Government Plans National Blockchain for Public Administration The Turkish government is planning to launch a so-called national blockchain infrastructure to handle administrative tasks. The country’s Ministry of Industry and Technology presented its plans in its “Strategy 2023” presentation. It discussed the possibilities…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/17/19: Of Linux Malware, Bitcoin Cash, and More

Presenting you the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. Imperceptible Linux Malware Is a New Way for Cryptojacking  Yesterday, prominent industry analysts Augusto Remiliano II and Jacob Urbanec posted a note on Trend ‘Micro’s security and intelligence blog. They discussed a new Linux Malware, which deploys malicious kernel modules to mine cryptocurrencies…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/14/19: Of Lightning Network, Crypto Exchanges, Russian Bank And More

Presenting you the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. BITCOIN LIGHTNING NETWORK IS RECOVERING  Bitcoin lightning network is improving. Several major stimulating factors evidence this. Within the last 30 days, it is expanding again due to the increasing number of nodes and payment channels.  The lightning network has been in use since…

Bitcoin News Bulletin 09/11/19: Of Bakkt, Lightning Network, Libra, and More

Presenting you the most trending bitcoin stories of the last 24 hours. Bakkt Seeks $3.9K Pledge for Bitcoin Futures Contracts Investors will be able to purchase Bakkt’s daily and monthly bitcoin futures effectively from September 23. But there is a catch. The Intercontinental Exchange-backed digital assets platform has introduced the initial hedge and speculative margin…

Bitcoin Uptrend Halts as US and China Agree to Resume Trade Negotiations

The interim uptrend of bitcoin is losing steam as risk-on sentiment got a boost after the United States and China agreed to resume trade talks. The benchmark cryptocurrency dropped by as much as 0.77 percent to $10,497.53 in early morning trade in Asia, snapping a five-day winning streak. Price had touched $10,833.14 on Wednesday, according…