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In the Daily: BCH Charity Anniversary, Lighting Wholesaler Takes Crypto, Atomicpay Vanity URLs

In this edition of The Daily we feature the first yearly anniversary of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) charity Eatbch, a move by American lighting wholesaler H&M Distributors to accept cryptocurrency payments, and an update about vanity URLs from Atomicpay. Also Read: In the Daily: Regulatory Developments in Italy, Mauritius, Malta Eatbch Charity

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Crypto-Friendly Statesman Takes Over Swiss Presidency

After serving as finance minister of one of the most economically influential nations over the past three years, Ueli Maurer is now starting his term as President of the Swiss Confederation. Given his track record and liberal views regarding fintech regulation, Maurer’s election is considered a positive development for the

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US State Takes Action Against Crypto Operation Imitating a Liechtenstein Bank

The U.S. state of North Dakota has issued a cease and desist order against a cryptocurrency operation imitating a fully licensed bank in Liechtenstein. This operation goes by the same name as the token announced by the bank. Its website mirrors the bank’s website and its crypto announcement was

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$10 Trillion US Exchange Takes a Step Toward Crypto: Nasdaq Bids for Cinnober

News wires buzzed this week when the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (Nasdaq) announced its pending purchase of Swedish crypto-friendly stock exchange Cinnober. Nasdaq made “an USD 190m all cash recommended public offer” to the exchange, which it terms a major “financial technology provider to brokers, exchanges

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Do You Have What it Takes to Write Op-Ed Articles for Bitcoin.com?

We will now accept regular op-ed article submissions for the bitcoin.com news page. We want to provide crypto-enthusiasts, idea-mongers, futurists, and iconoclasts an opportunity to share their notions with the world. We currently receive about 2.5 million page-views per month, and my hope is to inspire the crypto-intelligentsia within

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Not ‘Viable’? Berkeley Professor Takes Dim View of Stablecoins in New Critique

A University of Berkeley professor has claimed stablecoins are a “myth” in a new critique published Tuesday, September 11.Taking the emerging market sector, which includes well-known assets such as Tether (USDT), to task, Professor of Economics Barry Eichengreen argues that stablecoins are not automatically “viable” just because they are

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