Bad lack for Forbes crypto partnership, SIMEX is suspended by SEC, Bakkt to launch in December, BTC is not that volatile, Substrate is weeks from release, CEOs tweet memes, VISA integrates blockchain with Hyperledger
- Forbes Media today launched the beta version of it Forbes CryptoMarkets, in partnership with investment firm NewCity Capital and Trade.io, which suffered a hack that resulted in $7.5 million in cryptocurrency tokens being stolen from a cold storage wallet.
- The American Retail Group, Inc., also known as SIMEX, Inc. was suspended by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for false claims on approval.
- In an official notice ICE, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, says that daily Bitcoin futures contracts will be available for trading on December 12 on its Bakkt platform.
- A new report from Market Watch discovered that the 20-day historical volatility of Bitcoin (BTC) is actually lower than the stocks of Amazon (AMAZ), Netflix (NFLX), and Nvidia (NVDA) and close to Apple (AAPL).
- Gavin Wood, Ethereum co-founder and Parity Technologies founder, announced that his company's new tool, Substrate, is weeks from release. Substrate provides a generalized platform for blockchain development.
- VISA is integrating open-source blockchain code from the Hyperledger Fabric ahead of the commercial launch of its own blockchain service for enterprise payments in Q1 2019.
- Elon Musk teases Bitcoin, Binance CEO replies:
- BTC is trading at the price of $6,465, ETH stands at $201.58 at the moment of writing.