Bitcoin and cryptocurrency round-up 8 June 2018

Andrew Munro 8 June 2018 NEWS

What's happening in cryptocurrency?

Read about R3 in trouble, Andy Warhol on the blockchain, the SEC's hardline, crypto malware and Twitch crypto.

1. R3 to do

How not to do it.

Tech companies need tech.

2. Andy Warhol on the blockchain

Or part of part of him, at least.

Fractional investing and tokenisation are timeless.

3. A new way to spot scams

Legitimate crypto startups are glad to get some additional clarity from the SEC.

Although some of the less stable folks are a little bit put out.

4. Call 1800 SCAM for customer service

The dark side of crypto is maturing as an industry.

It has its own picks and shovels.

5. Twitchy markets

Streamlabs is going crypto.


Disclosure: At the time of writing, the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VET, XLM, BTC and XRB.

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