Blockchain and its own bodyguard: when it's not so easy to ban crypto

Blockchain and its own bodyguard: when it's not so easy to ban crypto

Japanese Telecom giant wants to use blockchain, Huobi launches a cloud platform, US congressman calls for crypto investigation, Barclays fills two blockchain patents & other news

It is my hope that the government will continue to take steps to better align the public’s interest in financial technologies with the public’s interest in limiting nefarious uses of these technologies.

Brad Sherman, the U.S. congressman

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