Obelisk changes its code, Coinbase has a great number of users, crypto can go green, Bill Harris's opinion, Line launches crypto fund, Venezuela to use Petro as unit of account, Playboy sues blockchain company
- Obelisk is going to change its code so that the devices of mining giant Bitmain cannot process one of its coins.
- Even though the market has been facing bubbles and corrections since its inception, there were 50,000 new users who signed up for Coinbase last year.
- Alexander Petersons, crypto-enthusiast and a product director of cloud mining service Hashtoro.com, shares insights into how to make crypto mining not only more environmentally-friendly, but also less expensive: clean energy and smart mining.
- The former Paypal CEO, Bill Harris, joined a panel on CNBC’s Fast Money where he described cryptocurrency as a ‘cult’ that is ‘headed straight to zero’.
- Line Corporation, the parent company of one of the most popular mobile applications in Asia, has established a $10 million fund to focus on investments in cryptocurrency startups.
- Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has announced that the Petro will be used as a unit of account in the country for salaries as well as goods and service.
- Playboy is suing Canadian company Global Blockchain Technologies, claiming that it failed to integrate the Vice Industry Token on Playboy’s online media channels.