What's happening in cryptocurrency?
Read about security token frameworks, a data access bill, bitcoin's short squeeze, eToro's deal, Bitcoin Cash use and bitcoin's price analysis.
1. It's gotta be somewhere around here
There's a viable legal and technical framework for security token offerings around here somewhere.
Oh hey, it's Polymath. Let's ask them if they've seen it.
2. "Open sesame"
"Error: Password not secure enough"
Can you even imagine passing a bill that might compel providers to compromise their own security for little discernible benefit?
That's the sound of a bitcoin short squeeze.
Make of it what you will.
4. EPL? Not seeing that on CoinMarketCap
It must be a super obscure project – either that or the English Premier League.
eToro has signed a bitcoin-fuelled deal with premier English football teams for ticket sales on the blockchain.
5. Who carries (bitcoin) cash these days?
(Bitcoin) Cash use is on the decline these days.
People increasingly prefer other electronic payment methods.
Bitcoin price analysis: Stand up and be counted edition
Bitcoin is standing up and being counted. The count returns a number in the $6,000 range.
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