According to Reuters, Amir Sarhangi will be joining RippleNet to advance the worldwide, XRP supported payments system
Crypto fever is diminishing, blockchain specialist are in demand, Binance searches for stablecoins, $2.5M for Ponzi scheme, interview with Timothy May, Cobinhood lists XRP
Microsoft plans to develop a solution for creating decentralized identities. This product will allow users to have a complete control over their personal info. These identities will be owned independently of any government or organization
The digital assets of Gemini are now insured, a whole new ecosystem of decentralized applications by LINE, Ubisoft joins a blockchain alliance — there’s a lot to read in this weekly digest
The main reason as to why Ripple decided to invite the former president was because of his fame and background on drafting policies that help emerging technologies. During his tenure as president, Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 which is said to have started the internet age.
Crypto bills for Malta are approved, Thailand has new rule for ICO, Clem Chambers believes in Bitcoin, Ripple is accused of fraud, India's exchanges try to adapt to ban
Big step of Binance, Western Union will not add crypto, BTC is under control of China, Adblock combats fake news, $1.7B on blockchain and opinion of the professor from Arizona.
Brad Garlinghouse, Jay Clayton, Martin Mühleise, Changpeng Zhao, and Jimmy Wales speaking on cryptocurrency and blockchain issues.
Bobby Lee, Brad Garlinghouse, Robert Sluymer, Brian Stutland and Adena Friedman speaking on cryptocurrency and blockchain issues.
South Korea, Robert Shiller, GoldMint, the Muslim community, Brad Garlinghouse, Canada, Brazil