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By CCN Markets: Hasan "HasanAbi" Piker – a one-time Fortnite streamer with over 120,000 subscribers on Twitch – found himself on the wrong end of the banhammer after he said the US "deserved" 9/11 in a now-deleted stream. ❌ Twitch Partner "HasanAbi" has been banned! ❌https://t.co/3IOrHAmH8P#twitch #ban #partner #twitchpartner 🏋🏿‍♂️ — Twitch Partner Bans (@TwitchBanned) […] The post Leftist Fortnite Gamer Gets Twitch Ban for Saying 'America Deserved 9/11' appeared first on CCN Markets Left-wing Fortnite streamer HasanAbi has received a ban for saying the US "deserved" 9/11 in a now-deleted Twitch stream.
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Valentina Drofa, Blockchain Project PR Specialist, to Participate in Blockchain Regulation Panel Discussion

Valentina Drofa has been operating on the financial market for twelve years. She is the founder and CEO at DROFA Communication Agency. It provides PR services to fintech companies and blockchain projects, both Russian and foreign ones. Drofa Group focuses on PR for the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector. Its customers include Connectius, Shipchain, Genesis Vision, GANA Technologies Inc., B2Broker, Taklimakan Network, and others.     Valentina Drofa is a Member of the Council for Financial Education and Consumer Rights Protection for the CIS Countries and a columnist at Forbes, Coincodex, and Kommersant. She frequently speaks at blockchain events in Russia and the other CIS countries.    At Blockchain Conference Moscow, Valentina will take part in the expert discussion: Regulation, bans, and serious intentions regarding blockchain technology.  Register with the PR20 promotional code and get a discount on a ticket The post Valentina Drofa, Blockchain Project PR Specialist, to Participate in Blockchain Regulation Panel Discussion appeared first on Bitcoin Garden.
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The Push to Kill Cash – Australia’s Proposed Ban Shows It’s Not Conspiracy Theory

The supposed coordination of governments and tech companies to create a one-world, cashless society is often viewed as little more than fodder for silly Youtube conspiracy videos. After all, cash is still king in daily life, even in extremely high-tech, innovative societies like Japan. Upon closer examination, though, current realities like Australia’s proposed cash transaction ban for 2020, the continuing removal of higher denomination bills from several world economies, and the creation of centralized, state cryptocurrencies by governments worldwide cannot be ignored. These trends signal a global push to kill paper money in the name of safety, security, and financial inclusion. Also Read: Major Swedish Bank Orders Negative Interest Rate on Euro Deposits You Can Pay, But It Better Be Our Way Australia’s “Black Economy Taskforce” wants to put people accepting over 10,000 AUD (~$6,750) in cash in the slammer for up to two years, or fine them up to 25,000 (~$16,890), in an ostensible bid to fight black market economies. The Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019 states: Transactions equal to, or in excess of this amount would need to be made using the electronic payment system or by cheque. The Black Economy Taskforce recommended this action to tackle tax evasion and other criminal activities. Long lines of people wait to exchange their obsolete rupee notes in India. Note the similarity here with talking points of other governments. India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, when announcing the devastating surprise removal of 86% of the country’s circulating paper cash in 2016, proclaimed: Black money and corruption are the biggest obstacles in eradicating poverty. Not surprisingly, Modi’s shock move put the dominantly cash-based society in a panic, forcing people to take their now worthless 1,000 and 500 rupee notes to banks within 50 days of the announcement, to exchange them for smaller denominations. Now The Royal Bank of India is moving to ban all cryptocurrencies but one, the state-approved, digital rupee. 500-dollar federal reserve notes were officially discontinued in 1969. The removal of large cash bills is a worldwide, ongoing reality, with the European Central Bank (ECB) stopping production of the 500 euro note earlier this year. The note, dubbed by the media as “the Bin Laden,” was said to be used disproportionately in financing terrorism. The U.S. used to have banknotes worth $500 and higher as well, some which were known as gold certificates, entitling the bearer to physical gold upon redemption. As fractional reserve banking took over, however, and national debt increased, these systems were progressively abandoned. The trend continues today in the form of Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP), and the resultant push for digitization of money. Stop Holding Cash and Take Our Debt “If everyone is holding cash, negative interest rates become useless.” These are the words of former People’s Bank of China (PBOC) governor Zhou Xiaochuan after the Chinese government had just completed a trial run of their new national cryptocurrency back in 2017. Now the country’s sovereign digital currency is “almost ready.” Zhou has also officially stated: At the current stage, the central bank’s major goal of issuing digital currency is to replace the physical cash. Earlier in the same interview, he maintained that “The cost for cash transaction will gradually increase in the later stage. For instance, banks do not charge any fee for counting a large amount of coins now, but in the future they may charge their clients for such services.” Zhou’s remarks about negative interest rates are arguably the biggest giveaway as to what is going on here. If people are holding cash outside of banks, reckless, Keynesian NIRP policies won’t have the desired effect of coercing spending in the populace. New Zealand Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr agrees with Zhou: Let’s tax cash holdings, simple as that: we’re back to monetary policy as usual; people are disincentivised to be holding large lumps of physical cash; they are having to think harder about putting money to work. Big Tech: We’ll Create the Digital Money, Thank You While draconian government monetary policy is alarming, the lack of support for actual financial sovereignty in the crypto and tech space is indicative of another problem. Government’s designs on eliminating paper money and fighting permissionless, decentralized crypto exchange — both moves to control money supply and populations of individuals — are obvious, and to be expected. But even big tech companies and exchanges like Facebook and Binance are jumping on the propaganda bandwagon, dragging many well-meaning enthusiasts into the fight against financial freedom (even if unintentionally) right along with them. “We believe that we all have a responsibility to help advance financial inclusion, support ethical actors, and continuously uphold the integrity of the ecosystem.” – Libra whitepaper “This is why we believe in and are committed to a collaborative process with regulators, central banks, and lawmakers…” – Facebook’s David Marcus “Binance is looking to create new alliances and partnerships with governments, corporations, technology companies, and other cryptocurrency companies and projects involved in the larger blockchain ecosystem, to empower developed and developing countries to spur new currencies.” – Binance’s ‘Venus’ announcement The common theme here is eager compliance with Keynesian value destroyers. And these examples are illustrative of the true financial epidemic. Forced ‘Perfection’ Digital currencies really are extremely convenient. Everybody in the world really should have a chance at financial inclusion. Holding wads of paper cash and coins really can be a bother, as well as a safety hazard, where crime is concerned. In Finland, passengers on state railways won’t be able to purchase tickets with cash for long-distance trips, starting in September. Much easier than messing with the paper stuff. ATMs are becoming less common worldwide, even in countries like China, the U.S., and cash-obsessed Japan. Settlements and payments can be made effortlessly, though, with just a quick scan or entering a PIN, so it’s no big deal. But this is not a perfect world. Governments are corrupt. Artificial monopolies and seas of red tape exist, keeping the life-threateningly impoverished and entrepreneurial from accessing crypto and banking services via strict KYC and AML policy, and by mandating, like Modi in India, that their hard-earned and hard-saved money is worthless. People already have the opportunity for extreme financial inclusion. A $40 smartphone and an internet connection enables anyone, anywhere in the world, to make or receive money with Bitcoin. In the name of regulation, safety, and financial inclusion, however, the state makes the situation more chaotic, less safe, and extremely exclusive where real human need is concerned. Some of us crazy people still like paper cash, and prefer to pay that way. Some annoying, behind-the-times luddites still put money in their mattresses, where global financial policy turns more and more toward negative rates, continued inflation, and devaluation of money sitting in banks. Some entrepreneurs and tech-savvy fans of crypto simply think it’s nobody else’s damn business, preferring paper wallets, coin shuffling, and VPNs, in a world where everyone but those in power are presumed guilty until proven innocent. Some of us “conspiracy nuts” just like crypto for crypto, and paper cash is still closer to that clean and private model than any slimy, centralized digital state currency could ever hope to be. Do you think there is a global push to end cash? Let us know in the comments section below. OP-ed disclaimer: This is an Op-ed article. The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the Op-ed article. Readers should do their own due diligence before taking any actions related to the content. Bitcoin.com is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any information in this Op-ed article. Images courtesy of Shutterstock, fair use. Did you know you can buy and sell BCH privately using our noncustodial, peer-to-peer Local Bitcoin Cash trading platform? The Local.Bitcoin.com marketplace has thousands of participants from all around the world trading BCH right now. And if you need a bitcoin wallet to securely store your coins, you can download one from us here. The post The Push to Kill Cash – Australia’s Proposed Ban Shows It’s Not Conspiracy Theory appeared first on Bitcoin News.
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Indian Central Bank Has Two Weeks to Answer Why It Restricted Banking Services to Crypto Firms

The Reserve Bank of India has been directed by the Supreme Court to answer why it chose to restrict banking access to crypto firms in India. Indian crypto story The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has never been supportive of digital currencies in India. The central bank issued warnings about digital coins way back in 2013, suggesting that trading, using or holding virtual coins is not legal in India. In the next three years, cryptocurrencies started becoming more popular in India, and by 2017, investors were actively participating in different crypto exchanges in the country, owing to the rising prices of digital coins. In 2017, the RBI issued two fresh warnings to the users. By early 2018, the Bitcoin mania had reached its peak and subsided, leading to some heavy losses for investors. Then in April 2018, the RBI made a surprise announcement that all banking entities in India should stop providing banking services to digital currency companies. It gave them a three-month time frame to sever all existing relationships with such companies. The government of India also repeatedly noted that Bitcoin is not legal tender in India and is not authorized by relevant authorities to trade freely in the country. The Internet and Mobile Association of India, representing several digital currency exchanges, moved to court but the matter has been sub-judice since then. What does the Supreme Court want? The Supreme Court has given the RBI two weeks to reply to questions posed by the IAMAI. The solicitor general has also been given a week’s time to furnish relevant documents related to the response. Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman has scheduled the next hearing in the case for September 25. RBI was represented by senior advocate Shyam Divan who said that the April 2018 circular was sent in accordance with the statutory provisions of the Banking Regulation Act. He added that the RBI could exercise its powers “whenever there is a threat to the monetary, fiscal and financial policy.” On the other hand, IAMAI counsel advocate Ashim Sood said that crypto companies might follow the anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) guidelines to address the regulator’s concerns. The exchanges want the Money Laundering Act to be made applicable to their entities which could make them intermediaries. While some are fighting the legal battle with RBI, a few popular exchanges like Zebpay and Koinex have already shut down owing to the problems they faced because of the banking ban. The post Indian Central Bank Has Two Weeks to Answer Why It Restricted Banking Services to Crypto Firms appeared first on FXTimes.com - Daily Cryptocurrency and FX News.
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TriveAcademy Awarded the Bloconomic Excellence Award at the Bloconomic Expo 2019

TriveAcademy, a player in building the blockchain technology infrastructure which also conducts training classes and consultation processes was awarded for the “Bloconomic Excellence Award – Best Blockchain Technology Developer Award” at the  Bloconomic Expo 2019. The Bloconomic Expo 2019 is organized by the Malaysian Blockchain Association and Alphacap Sdn. Bhd. As a sponsor partner for Bloconomic event, TriveAcademy has presented their latest technology and applications of Trivechain 2.0 to the public at the expo. Trivechain just launched TRVC App which all the speakers’ and volunteers’ certificates is been blockchain in their TRVC app. After a successful fork on April 22, 2019, the new version of Trivechain 2.0 has been successfully forked, deployed and is running steadily. Trivechain 2.0 has include major changes such as adjustments to their Proof-of-Work algorithm from X11 to X16R and Proof-of-Stake collateral from 1,000 TRVC to 10,000 TRVC. The mining hash rate and the number of masternode needs to catch up slowly and be supported by a new community. The hash power and number of masternodes is increasing gradually every day indicating a significant increase from the date it was forked. In an interview with Tan, he said that “Trivechain 2.0, as a blockchain platform, will create a highly compatible community to attract developers and entrepreneurs around the world to become part of the Trivechain community. This community along with a number of open source products will offer and create a more conducive ecosystem for developers. This allows the chain to provide the most favorable conditions for its users to develop its application.” Trivechain 2.0 is offering another alternative open source platform for developers to develop their new blockchain base business ventures. The platform is ready for deployment and for those who are interested to catch new mining trend. Come and join the Trivechain community! You are invited to apply for the development fund through the DAO governance system to build a friendly and efficient development ecosystem in the blockchain environment. Visit the official website at www.trivechain.com for more details. About Trivechain (TRVC): Trivechain (TRVC) is a games and entertainment public blockchain protocol managed by Decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) which focuses on games and entertainment to enter the new era digital age with implementation of blockchain-based technology and DApps (decentralized applications). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/trivechainMedium: https://medium.com/trivechainTwitter: https://twitter.com/trivechain_trvcReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/TRVC-2Telegram: t.me/trivechain The post TriveAcademy Awarded the Bloconomic Excellence Award at the Bloconomic Expo 2019 appeared first on Bitcoin Garden.
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Wanchain, Civic, Aion and Tael Top All Cryptos; Coins in Aggregate Up 3.13% Overall, 34 Coins Cross Key Moving Average

The Big Winners From Yesterday Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 133 coins we are tracking was Wanchain, which offered a day-over-day return 90.53%. Rounding out the top four currencies for the day were Civic, Aion, and Tael, which provided holders with returns of 27.02%, 26.53%, and 22.7% for the day. These moves were quite significant, in the sense that they were well outside of the volatility each of the respective coins had seen for the past two weeks. Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex The Crypto Big Picture Overall, the average change in coin price for the coins we’re tracking was up 3.1253%. On a more granular level, 65% of the coins we’re tracking were up while 35% of the coins were down. Below we can see the average daily change for the coins we are tracking our index over time. 34 coins are especially close to their 20 day moving average, and thus may be worth watching for technical traders who view the 20 day moving average as a key support/resistance level. Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Currencies With Significant Price Moves Here’s a list of the specific coins that crossed their key moving average level: Status, district0x, Loopring, 0x, SingularDTV, SONM, IOTA, Verge, AirSwap, Request, Viberate, Power Ledger, Ripio Credit Network, Agrello, BlockMason Credit Protocol, Aeron, Genesis Vision, Po.et, Tierion, Tael, Time New Bank, Waves, OST, NavCoin, Lunyr, AppCoins, VIBE, Nucleus Vision, POA Network, Groestlcoin, Skycoin, Civic, Streamr DATAcoin, Dock. Also of note is that 66 of the 133 we track have contracting volatility. Volatility contraction often precedes a breakout, so this may be something to watch. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Crypto brokers to trade the currencies mentioned here: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Wanchain, Civic, Aion and Tael Top All Cryptos; Coins in Aggregate Up 3.13% Overall, 34 Coins Cross Key Moving Average appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Futures trading platform Digitex prepares for public testnet, announces release date

Digitex, a trading platform for crypto futures contracts, announced today that it will be launching its public testnet on Nov. 30, 2019. The exchange plans to open their market starting with BTC/USD perpetual swap contracts. According to the exchange website, contracts for additional coins will be added based on user demand. For market makers and takers, Digitex won’t charge for any transactions. The project plans to cover all operational costs by creating value/demand around the Digitex Futures (DGTX) token. It will do this by minting a small number of tokens each year. The exchange will launch as a centralized exchange first but will continue to work on providing users with non-custodial (decentralized) accounts. This will allow users to have 100% ownership of their funds at all times while still able to make real-time trades and lightning speed. You know that Adam has been busy behind the scenes preparing to launch the game-changing, robust & rapid-fire #DigitexFutures #Exchange. But, our marketing efforts have been ramping up too & we’re pleased to announce that our community is growing globally! https://t.co/O8Ll6n9ot4 — Digitex (@DigitexFutures) August 21, 2019 Trading On The Testnet SmartDec, the development firm working with Digitex, is developing and vigorously testing the platform, preparing it for production. On the testnet, the firm says the exchange will be able to handle over 10,000 users trading concurrently and up to 50,000 transactions per second. A date has not been set for the Digitex platform’s mainnet launch yet, but the project team has said that testnet trading is anticipated to last for two months. After the testnet stage wraps up, Digitex plans to launch on the Ethereum mainnet. At that time, users can trade futures contracts in real-time using DGTX tokens. 2019: The Year of Crypto Futures Trading As it stands, 2019 is shaping up to be an important year for emerging futures trading platforms in crypto. The launch of Bakkt, another highly-anticipated trading platform, is scheduled for Sept. 23, 2019. Bakkt has garnered a lot of media attention thanks to the establishment of major partnerships and its focus on support for institutional investors. Digitex is aiming to appeal to a broader range of users and traders. According to the Digitex homepage, the platform has over 1.54 million signups on its waitlist. The post Futures trading platform Digitex prepares for public testnet, announces release date appeared first on CryptoSlate.
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Blockchain.com integrates BitPay into its wallet

Blockchain, a cryptocurrency wallet and trading platform, has partnered with cryptocurrency payments processor, BitPay. According to a blog post by Blockchain, the firm has integrated BitPay into the Blockchain Wallet so users "can pay for products and services from an extensive network of merchants without ever giving up control of your private keys."  Blockchain is one of the largest cryptocurrency wallet providers in the world with approximately 41 million users to date. The firm recently announced the launch of a cryptocurrency exchange focused with a focus on fast trade execution.
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