Tron and BitTorrent (again), crypto-related classes at best universities, Hong Kong and blockchain specialists migration, Venezuella banks and Petro, Bithumb and registration renewal, Bank of America and a patent claim
- On top of Bittorrent, Tron owns a stake in Bittorrent founder’s crypto venture. Bram Cohen and Justin Sun seem to be playing some kind of silent game. What’s up with that?
- 42% of top 50 universities teach crypto, Coinbase finds. Important news, as the Ivy League and others are setting trends for less prestigious educational institutions.
- Hong Kong helps blockchain specialists immigrate. Hong Kong published a list of specialties that increase chances of immigration, which includes IT and blockchain.
- Venezuelan banks will adopt petro, orders Maduro Venezuelans however prefer Dash. Government is developing a love-hate relationship with cryptocurrencies: banning some, enforcing others.
- Bithumb will welcome new users. Bithumb is one of the largest crypto exchanges in South Korea, and this is certainly good news for South Korean traders.
- Bank of America seeks to provide a more secure crypto storage. The bank is developing a device which will use blockchain encryption tags to enable a more efficient institutional crypto usage.