No Harm in Trying: Blockchain Integration into Classic Exchange and Tax-Free Crypto Beliefs (Daily Digest, Oct 31)

JD launches a blockchain lab, BaFin considers ICOs as risky, Ledger expands to Hong Kong, Microsoft integrates Azure into Nasdaq, Ron Paul is against crypto taxes, Bitcoin celebrates its anniversary

For perspective:

2008: In September 2008, Lehman Brothers collapsed as the financial crisis spread. For the year, S&P 500 falls 38.49 percent, its worst yearly percentage loss.

March 9, 2009: S&P 500 closes at 676.53, its closing low after the onset of the 2008 financial crisis and the Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy.

  • BTC is trading at the price of $6,291, ETH comes to $194.93 at the moment of writing.


8,744 USD


272.72 USD

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