Huobi Research Indicates Crypto Mining Costs Are Stabilizing With Bitcoin Prices Remaining Stable, Study Finds ‘Promising’ Crypto Workarounds to Europe’s GDPR Regulation, TGE Marketing’s ICO And Blockchain Sentiment Survey Shows 1 In 5 Are Confident In Token Market & other news
- Huobi Research of Blockchain issued its 34th volume weekly report, which was released late last week. And because Bitcoin’s price stability, cryptocurrency mining costs is also stabilizing. According to the report, the week’s performance is more stable than that of the week ending in October 21, 2018.
- A research included in the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology states that blockchain applications compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation is possible in theory. The research is a joint effort by the University of Cambridge and Queen Mary University.
- 4,000 Bitcoin ATMs are now available across the globe. General Bytes, Genesis Coin, and Lamassu are some of the companies providing these ATMs. The ATM services charge an average selling fee of 7.9% and a buying fee of 8.85%. Increased accessibility and exposure is crucial for mainstream adoption.
- TGE Marketing surveyed over 300 participants for its ICO and Blockchain Industry Sentiment Survey and Analysis (‘Dipstick Study’). The results show that one in five, or 19%, of participants are positive on the ICO market, 9% are to some extent ‘non-confident’, and 14% not confident. The survey also found 40% of the participants are concerned about ICO-related scams.