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Putin Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation Adoption Mandate
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Putin Issues Cryptocurrency Regulation Adoption Mandate

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, ordered the government to ratify and enforce federal laws pertaining to cryptocurrency with 1 July 2019 as the deadline; introduced amendments to AML laws
Crypto Exchanges Update: OKEx Amplifies Leverage and Binance 'DEX' Reduces ‘Issue’ and ‘List’ Fees
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Crypto Exchanges Update: OKEx Amplifies Leverage and Binance 'DEX' Reduces ‘Issue’ and ‘List’ Fees

OKEx implemented adjustments to increase leverage on margin trading to 5x on leading trading pairs in its platform. Binance decreased token fees on its decentralized exchange testnet
Electroneum Introduces a Smartphone that Rewards Users with ETN
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Electroneum Introduces a Smartphone that Rewards Users with ETN

The newly launched M1 is Electroneum’s Android-based smartphone that incentivizes users with Electroneum tokens (ETN). ETN can be used to purchase airtime and data, and also for shopping. An M1 costs $80 and is said to be initially available only in South Africa
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Here’s Why Bakkt Launch Is a Blessing For Bitcoin Holders

Yesterday’s big announcement that regulatory approval has been granted to Bakkt could be the best news bitcoin investors have had this year. It opens the door to the institutional investors and is a huge step forward for crypto industry legitimization in the US. Bakkt To Launch Next Month After months of procrastination, the new cryptocurrency trading platform launched by the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) has finally been given the green light. The news that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and the New York State Department of Financial Services, has granted regulatory approval broke late yesterday as reported by Bitcoinist. The concept of physically delivered bitcoin futures will require investors to either produce actual BTC or take delivery in them from their respective exchanges and platforms. Crypto trader at TexasWest Capital, Scott Melker, who also goes by the twitter handle ‘Wolf of All Streets’ stated the news was ‘arguably the most bullish event for institutional investors in the history of bitcoin’. The @Bakkt news is arguably the most bullish event for institutional investors in the history of bitcoin. PHYSICALLY delivered futures (require the holder to either produce actual bitcoin or take delivery from the exchange) backed by the New York Stock Exchange. We are maturing. — The Wolf Of All Streets (@scottmelker) August 16, 2019 Being backed by the New York Stock Exchange has granted bitcoin a level of legitimization never seen before. Investors will get the opportunity to trade in daily and monthly physical bitcoin futures contracts which is likely to lead to greater mainstream adoption. Bakkt is also planning to onboard a number of commercial retailers such as Starbucks which will provide an easier way for people to make purchases using bitcoin and other crypto assets. General Counsel for Compound Finance, Jake Chervinsky, was equally bullish on the Bakkt news stating that: “It offers a way for large, risk-averse institutions to buy and custody bitcoin through an end-to-end regulated system approved by the CFTC and NYDFS, and backed by the sterling reputation of ICE. Compliance lawyers rejoice!” The former litigator also noted that there is still a long way to go since there is still the SEC to contend with. When questioned on the possibility of big investors trying to short bitcoin he added; “Short sellers betting against a commodity probably don’t want to hold the underlying, so shorting via physically-delivered futures is more for entities that are net long (like miners) and want to hedge.” Fintech Business Analyst going by the twitter handle ‘Mr. Gordon’ was equally bullish on Bakkt; “This must be what it feels like to win the lottery!  The confirmation of the launch of #Bakkt changes EVERYTHING… Those of us who have been investing in crytpo for the last couple of years now have some very serious decisions to make…” This must be what it feels like to win the lottery! The confirmation of the launch of #Bakkt changes EVERYTHING.. Those of us who have been investing in crytpo for the last couple of years now have some very serious decisions to make….. Like which colour to get pic.twitter.com/Klo5GwOWY7 — Mr Gordon (@MrGordon_UK) August 16, 2019 Picking a Lambo color is probably a little presumptuous at the moment. Bitcoin price did not even react to the announcement as markets remain choppy this morning. BTC is still consolidating in the mid-$10k range after two dips into four-figure territory late in the week but the long term prospects have just brightened significantly. Will Bakkt send Bitcoin price to a new all-time high later this year? Add your thoughts below. Images via Bitcoinist Image Library, Twitter: @scottmelker, @MrGordon_UK The post Here’s Why Bakkt Launch Is a Blessing For Bitcoin Holders appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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Bakkt’s Gets Nod for Physically Delivered Bitcoin Futures Approved from CFTC

The Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has greenlighted the physically delivered Bitcoin futures product by Bakkt. Company CEO confirmed the news and said that the derivatives product would debut on September 23. Bakkt will be the first to debut physical BTC futures Kelly Loeffler, CEO of Bakkt recently announced that the startup had won approval from the US CFTC to start offering physically settled Bitcoin futures contracts. Bakkt is backed Intercontinental Exchange, and Loeffler is married to Jeff Sprecher, the CEO of ICE. With this approval, Bakkt will become the first company to launch the physical BTC futures. The products will debut on the market on September 23, and all contracts will be cleared by ICE Clear US, the same service that clears trades for NYSE. Loeffler gave a lengthy statement on the product suggest that Bakkt’s product received CFTC approval after a self-certification process. They have also started user acceptance testing. The Bitcoins backing the futures contracts will be under the custody of Bakkt Warehouse. Bakkt Trust Company, a qualified custodian, has also received approval from the New York State Department of Finance Services. She said, “This offers customers unprecedented regulatory clarity and security alongside a regulated, globally accessible exchange in a market underserved by institutional-grade infrastructure.” Bakkt wins the race The ICE-backed startup is not the only company eyeing the lucrative physically-settled Bitcoin futures sector. Numerous other companies like LedgerX are planning to bring the same opportunity to the market. LedgerX could have become the first company to launch these products as it received approval for offering futures, options and swaps settled in Bitcoin by the CFTC. However, the regulator says that the company lacks adequate approvals for launching the physical futures product. Meanwhile, Bakkt has decided to offer two types of futures contracts- daily and monthly. The collection of variation margin and initial margin collateral will be done by ICE Clear US. Product testing began last month to ensure that there are no hiccups when it eventually launches for the buyers. The qualified custodian of Bakkt will help in addressing concerns of the regulator related to manipulation and theft. Note that the company acquired Digital Asset Custody Company (DACC) earlier this year to win the New York regulator’s approval to become a qualified custodian. The company has also decided to pay $35 million for hedging against risks. Loeffler says that doing so will help bring safety for market participants and bring more integrity to this sector. The post Bakkt’s Gets Nod for Physically Delivered Bitcoin Futures Approved from CFTC appeared first on FXTimes.com - Daily Cryptocurrency and FX News.
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Virginia, USA-Based Pension Funds Invest in Crypto
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Virginia, USA-Based Pension Funds Invest in Crypto

Morgan Creek Digital, a subsidiary of hedge fund Morgan Creek, racks up $40 mln new venture capital funding anchored by two public pension plans and a university endowment fund, a hospital system, a private foundation, and an insurance company, according to one of the firm’s founders Anthony Pompliano
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The Perfect Time to 'Be Greedy' and Invest (Investment and Partnership Digest, Dec 20 — 26)

Traditional Investors shift to OTC Bitcoin markets, Pantera Capital raises $115M, Peter Thiel backs a $2.1M seed round for Layer1, Medici Ventures acquires shares of Chainstone Labs, Vostok Project secures $120M, Ubique Networks partners with SLT, INCX launches in partnership with Bittrex, Issuance partners with Prime Trust, Coinbase and TokenSoft partner up, TRON Arcade to work with Gumi Cryptos
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What Is the 'Least Speculative Investment' & Who Will Create Standards for the Crypto Industry (Investment and Partnership Digest, Dec 13 — 19)

CONSOB suspends two projects, Kakao invests in Orbs, TokenSoft invests in a SEC-compliant broker-dealer, Weiss Ratings recommends to buy BTC, France wants to invest $569M in blockchain, crypto-focused VCs invest $30M in Good Money, Tim Draper invests $1.25M in OpenNode, Waves partners with TSA, ICON partners with LayerX, BitDeer teams up with BTC.com and AntPool

Bitcoin outperformed Vision Hill Crypto Fund Composite index returns by more than 100% in 1H19

Vision Hill Group released their second quarter 2019 crypto hedge fund returns report, a self-reported cryptoasset benchmark study that measures various fund performance (via Vision Hill Active Crypto Indices) relative to Bitcoin and the broader crypto market. In absolute terms, 2Q19 was a bright spot for crypto funds, offering by far the best performance since the benchmark started with crypto fund composite registering a 53.6% gain on the quarter (n = ~50) and is up 67% in 1H19. Through the first half of 2019, Fundamental crypto fund strategies (description below) are leading the composite, up over 80% on the year; while Opportunistic funds are up 65% and Quantitative funds are up 45%. On a relative basis, however, direct spot returns of Bitcoin have outperformed the Vision Hill Crypto Fund Composite by nearly 100%, and the Bitwise 10 Large Cap Index by almost 70% in the first half of 2019. Source: Vision Hill Benchmarks, The Block   Not all strategies have actually under-performed bitcoin and the broader market when considering data that includes 2018's bear market. Looking at the last 12 months, Quantitative focused funds are the only strategy to outperform BTC returns, up close to 40% since last May, which equates to more than 20% excess return over bitcoin during that span. Source: Vision Hill Benchmarks, The Block   Looking at the distribution of fund returns, Fundamental and Opportunistic strategies each generated median returns of ~50%, with 25% of funds making more than 80% (Fundamental) and 55% (Opportunistic), respectively. Quantitative funds saw softer median returns relative to the rest of the composite, at 26% for the quarter, but still had 25% of funds returning more than 60% in the quarter. Opportunistic strategies saw the tightest range of performance out of the group, as 75% of funds returned more than  22%. Source: Vision Hill Benchmarks, The Block   The study was produced using approximately 50 unique data points in Q2 across the three core strategies (Fundamental, Quantitative and Opportunistic), published as non-investable reference indices which act as a proxy for the overall composition of the crypto hedge fund landscape. The report also includes the caveat that the study should be considered a framework, rather than a long-term indicator of performance, as fund voluntary self-reporting can introduce biases (self-reporting, survivorship, and backfill). The asset manager hopes to continue to actively smooth out these issues overtime.   Other highlights from the report include: Median Sharpe ratio (a reward to risk metric) for the composite index came in at a 5.2 (Sortino at 7.2), up from 1.0 in Q1. For context, the Sharpe ratio for last 3 years of SP500 returns currently sits at .81 according to Morningstar. SP500 12m rolling sharpe ratios peaked close to 5 to close out 2017. The information ratio, used to evaluate the risk adjusted performance of a fund in relation to the risk adjusted performance of its benchmark, came in at 9.3 in Q2, vs .9 for Q1. Higher IRs imply better higher returns in excess of a benchmark, given levels of risk that the fund takes. Fundamental strategies: Long Only, Long/Short, Hybrids; Quantitative strategies: Directional momentum, market neutral/HFT-Arb, Long Volatility Opportunistic strategies: Credit, Generalized mining/active network participation, Other If you’re a crypto fund that hasn’t connected with Vision Hill and would like to participate in next quarter’s benchmark study, reach out at tracking@visionhilladvisors.com. Methodology on Crypto Fund index calculations can be found here.
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Visualized: Bitcoin ROI Crushes Stock Market Returns

Those who are involved in or invested in Bitcoin, likely know full well the crypto asset’s long-term price potential and its potential to become the single global currency across the internet and beyond. They also know that Bitcoin has out-performed every asset in history, including anything the stock market has to offer, even including the likes of Amazon and Apple, and others. But what they haven’t been able to do, is to watch this all unfold right before their very eyes, until now. In a new video data visualization, Bitcoin’s ROI is put head to head with the top-performing publicly trading companies on the stock market and shows how Bitcoin has easily bested them all to be the best performing asset to ever exist. Bitcoin ROI Versus Top Stock Market Stocks ROI When thinking about brand power, longevity, and a company’s ability to transform the entire world with their products and services, it’s difficult to imagine Bitcoin being more valuable than companies like Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, or VISA. And while value is subjective and when comparing total market capitalization, Bitcoin sure has a long way to go, the leading crypto asset has still been able to bring early investors a better bang for their buck in terms of ROI – or return on investment –than any other stock market asset. Related Reading | Investor: Bitcoin is the Best Performing Asset, Path to $100,000 is Easy To See  In a new data visualization shared on Reddit by crypto data analytics firm Datalight, the ROI over time since August 2017 until now of Bitcoin is shown against some of the best-performing stocks on the US stock market, including Amazon, Tencent, JP Morgan, Facebook, Google, and more. Bitcoin steadily beats all stock market assets during much of the video, until mid-2018 when Amazon takes over, and the crypto bear market really takes hold. Bitcoin then falls off the data set entirely, showing negative returns as Bitcoin plummeted toward its bottom in December 2018 at $3,200. But once that bottom was hit, Bitcoin rocketed back to the top of the data viz video, much like it skyrocketed out of bear market depths toward the current price around $10,000. The price per BTC had reached $13,800 in a near non-stop rally before experiencing a strong correction that’s now going on its third month. This month, the crypto asset was rejected above $12,000, and abruptly fell to $9,500 before bouncing back to around $10,000 where it is currently trading. Related Reading | Bitcoin Historical Monthly Performance Could Shed Light on What’s Next for Crypto At current prices, Bitcoin is once again the king of returns across all asset types, and its gains by comparison, even against the biggest brands in the world, show the true potential and power of the first-ever cryptocurrency. Featured image from Shutterstock Visualized: Bitcoin ROI Crushes Stock Market Returns was last modified: August 16th, 2019 by Tony SpilotroThe post Visualized: Bitcoin ROI Crushes Stock Market Returns appeared first on NewsBTC.
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Completed, Ranked, Ordered (Weekly Digest, Feb 25 — Mar 01)

Ethereum Constantinople: completed, Tesla or BTC, China and Coinbase Pro praising Tron, Russia to finally decide on crypto, successful investment rounds despite the crypto winter, Japanese major securities brokerage to pass a review, Swiss bank to provide crypto-related services, Coinomi's pledges of security
MEW Integrates with Bity for Crypto-to-Fiat without KYC
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MEW Integrates with Bity for Crypto-to-Fiat without KYC

Users of newly redesigned MEW V5 can now swap bitcoin or ethereum to Swiss francs or euro, direct from the wallet, through crypto finance platform Bity. The maximum amount for crypto-to-fiat exchange is 5,000 Swiss francs (CHF), approximately $5,000. Know-your-customer verification is not required
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Under Control (Regulatory Digest, Feb 14—20)

Updates on Shift Card, Bank of Lithuania and ETF rules in Indonesia, police to tackle some crimes in Canada India and Turkey, IIT Bombay to join Ripple's UBRI, UAE waste permit portal on blockchain, Germany's interest and Spain's skepticism, Oracle for Czech SDK.finance
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A Comprehensive List of Dapps Catalogs
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A Comprehensive List of Dapps Catalogs

Probably, this is the most extensive compilation of all dapps aggregators and targeted lists so far
Typical ICO in Q3: a Lone Closed-source dApp Idea With Unknown Founders
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Typical ICO in Q3: a Lone Closed-source dApp Idea With Unknown Founders

On November, 16, ICORating has released its Quarterly Report ICO Market Research Q3. Total sum raised by 597 ICOs is $1,819,585,090 in Q3 (in Q2, 827 projects collected $8,359,976,282). Some more prominent facts:
Why Do We Need to Wrap Bitcoin?
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Why Do We Need to Wrap Bitcoin?

BitGo, Kyber Network, MakerDAO, IDEX and many other crypto companies partnered to create a Bitcoin-backed Ethereum token, Wrapped Bitcoin. This token will represent BTC, 1 token equal to 1 BTC stored in the custody of BitGo. It could be used to trade BTC on DEXes, the whole administration will be via DAO, similar to Maker system
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Top ICOs Raising Funds, Week 51 ’18

Total raised funding amount on Week 51 comes to $61M, which is +64.7% in comparison with the previous Week 50 ($21.5M)
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Top Upcoming and Active ICO Projects, Week 52 ’18

In the below list you'll find some new ICO projects which have to be paid attention to: Arcana, Dataeum. We have also prepared the list of Top ICOs that are active: Eloncity, Javvy, Envoy
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Top ICOs Raising Funds, Week 50 ’18

Total raised funding amount on Week 50 comes to $21.5M, which is -62.2% in comparison with the previous Week 49 ($56.9M)

New York federal court allows trademark infringement lawsuit over use of “blockchain.io” to proceed in

Onomastics is the study of proper names. A proper name is a name for a particular thing, such as, for example, Coca Cola, or Wu Tang Clan, or Boyajian’s Star. Conversely, a common name is a name for a category of things, such as, for example, soda, rappers, and stars. The name of a company is a proper name. Generally, you don’t want the same name as another company, because, you know, people might get confused. Also, if you are a new or smaller company and there is a bigger company out there they might not like you naming yourself after them, and they definitely won’t like it if you name yourself after them and you operate in the same industry. And that, is how we find ourselves here, with an alleged trademark infringment lawsuit involving Blockchain Luxembourg v. Paymium. This case was originally filed September 20, 2018, when Blockchain Luxembourg, which you may know as the company simply called Blockchain, sued Paymium for trademark infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, and a smattering of NY state law claims. Now just hold on one second. How does a company named PAYMIUM get sued for trademark infringement by a company known as BLOCKCHAIN. Haha, oh dear reader, because Paymium did an ICO in February of 2018 rebranding themselves as Blockchain.io. Obviously. As the plaintiff’s stated in their amended complaint “Paymium’s use of the [BLOCKCHAIN.IO] Marks is likely to cause consumers mistakenly to believe that the Paymium’s products emanate from or are otherwise associated with [Blockchain].” This is the fundamental allegation in this case, but it is not the primary purpose of the current order handed down by the court. In February of this year, the defendants filed a motion to dismiss the case for failure to state a claim, lack of personal jurisdiction, etc., which brings us to the current order. First, in their motion the defendants tried to argue that the trademark infringement and unfair competition claims should be thrown out. It should come as no surprise that that was denied. The plaintiffs, Blockchain, managed to sufficiently argue three things that guaranteed the case will continue: 1) their marks were not inherently descriptive, 2) their marks acquired secondary meaning; and 3) the Blockchain marks and Blockchain.io marks were substantially similar enough for the case to proceed. The plaintiffs also alleged false advertising with respect to statements that Paymium made about being hack free and offering certain atomic swaps services. They also allege that Paymium had registered its offering with the SEC. The Court found that the hack free and atomic swaps statements were not false, so the Court granted that motion. What about the SEC statement? Here is what Paymium said in advertising materials “Paymium is pleased to announce [its] filing has been accepted and [it is] now registered with the SEC!” What did Paymium file with the SEC? A Form D. As the plaintiffs argued, and as the Court agreed, “[t]he filing of a Form D does mean that a security is ‘registered’ or that it has been in any way scrutinized or approved by the SEC.” Look, puffery and embellishment is in some respects a natural part of life and business. That said, puffery and embellishment about approval from a government entity is a one way ticket to BadTimeVille. In addition, the Court found that Blockchain plausibly alleged injury to their brand based on the false SEC statement. The Court denied this motion meaning the claim stays in the suit. One bright spot for Paymium, in what is an otherwise grim order, is that the motion to dismiss the case against the CEO for lack of personal jurisdiction was granted. Loyal CCM readers are at this point personal jurisdiction gurus, but let’s briefly review. You have to have some connection to the place you’re getting sued in. Brief review done. Here, as the first part of a two part test, the Court applied NY State’s Long Arm Statute to see if they could exercise jurisdiction over the CEO. In the 2nd Circuit, where the Southern District of New York is located, a corporate officer can be held personally liable if they participate or commit a tort, even if they do so as part of their role as a corporate officer. In the Court’s estimation based on the filings from the two parties, the plaintiff’s failed to sufficiently allege that the CEO was involved in the alleged activities claimed in the lawsuit. Instead, the Court felt that the plaintiff made a set of conclusory statements that didn’t met the necessary standard. A small win for the moment as this case continues. Disclaimer: Crypto Caselaw Minute is provided for educational purposes only by Nelson Rosario (@nelsonmrosario) and Stephen Palley (@stephendpalley). These summaries are not legal advice. They are our opinions only, aren’t authorized by any past, present or future client or employer. Also we might change our minds. We contain multitudes.
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Poloniex Drops More Crypto Pairs as Altcoins Become Apparitions

Altcoin fervor is definitely at a low, so much so that crypto exchange Poloniex has dropped 23 pairs citing low volume. Many of the pairs that were popular in 2017 and during the ICO boom have fallen out of favour, as altcoins in general remain at rock bottom prices. Crypto Pairs Axed According to Coinmarketcap.com the US based exchange has 124 pairs. Around 20 of them, or 16%, have less than a thousand dollars in daily volume so it appears to be these that have been targeted for termination. In a tweet yesterday the exchange stated; We will be removing 23 trading pairs on August 16, 2019, due to low volume. Note that each asset will continue to be independently tradable. We will be removing 23 trading pairs on August 16, 2019, due to low volume. Note that each asset will continue to be independently tradable. — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) August 15, 2019 Around half of the pairs listed are in ETH, six are XMR pairings and the rest are stablecoin pairs for various obscure altcoins. Those include Loom Network/USDT which has had $50 traded in the past 24 hours, Status/USDT with just $157 traded, Bancor/USDT trading only $75 per day, FOAM/USDC, and the worst performing pair Khyber Network/USDT. Some of the ETH pairs were once popular altcoins with high volumes such as OmiseGO, Lisk, Civic, Golem, Decentraland, Qtum, GAS and Steem. After bitcoin and stablecoins, the exchange’s top Ethereum pair is Zcash which only has $30,000 daily volume itself. All of the Monero pairs aside from BTC and stablecoins will be dropped due to dwindling volumes. It could just be a case of falling volume on that particular exchange since the same pairs on Binance are doing substantially better. Altcoin Apparitions Many of yesteryear’s crypto darlings are now descending into the realms of altcoin apparitions as very little movements above their winter lows have been made. Compared with August 2017 the altcoin scene looks very different today. Many have just fallen off the digital cliff in terms of token price regardless of any further developments on the projects by respective teams. Two years ago this month, IOTA was the fifth largest altcoin by market cap, priced at $0.94 with $2.6 billion. Today it is struggling to stay in the top twenty and is down 75%. Likewise with NEM, the sixth largest crypto asset back then, but now lulling around 22nd with less than $500k market cap. Other previous crypto favorites of times gone by include NEO, Ethereum Classic, OmiseGO, BitConnect (now deceased), Qtum, Stratis, Waves, TenX and Lisk. Today the majority of them are still down as much as 90% from their all-time highs. With very little signs of life on altcoin markets this is unlikely to change for some time yet. Will altcoins ever get resurrected again? Add your thoughts below Images via Shutterstock, Twitter @Poloniex The post Poloniex Drops More Crypto Pairs as Altcoins Become Apparitions appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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An STO Lifecycle: The Complete List of Milestones

How to issue a digital security, what are the steps: a brief outline of the 12 stages that a company will take to launch an STO complying with all the legal issues
OTC & Media Activity
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OTC & Media Activity

Finrazor together with ICORating conducted researches and checked the correlation between OTC and mentions of certain words and the originality of the news
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Security Token Offerings Could Disrupt Venture-Backed Tech Startups Positively

A handful of methods exist for raising capital, from private offerings to semi-public to a full-blown IPO or ICO. Now STOs are on the rise which might just be what tech startups need to revitalize the market
Why Blockchain Technology Is Here To Stay
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Why Blockchain Technology Is Here To Stay

We keep up the tradition of giving the stage to crypto advocates to talk about the cryptoindustry. This time we will review the usefulness of blockchain technology and why it deserves a say in the modern world
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Security Token Offering 101

A Security Token Offering (STO) is a form of raising capital for a startup by distributing tokens to investors. While ICOs mainly deal in utility tokens that grant their holders access to services and products associated with respective blockchains and dapps, security tokens can be thought of as digital documents representing the investor’s rights to equity, a revenue share, debt, etc. STOs provide a better investor protection as they need to be compliant with appropriate regulations

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Is It Enough for Crypto?

Today’s hot threads: possibilities of changes in the value of a crypto due to changes in its ‘supply schedule’, concerns whether Coinbase could be working ‘in the shadow’ and some rumors from Ethereum-community
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