Bitcoin and cryptocurrency round-up: 4 April 2018
What's happening in crypto?
The flying blockchain, March scoreboard, Litecoin analytics, Korea's bitcoin blues and new Australian regulations.
1. Your own in-flight blockchain
Airlines love it, and customers are going to.
2. Not titled March Madness for copyright reasons
The March scoreboard is in, and everyone's a loser.
3. The wildly fluctuating prices represent stability
Litecoin has received a spate of good news this last week and its prices are responding accordingly.
Its sudden price jumps, coming after its sudden price drops, really show how stable Litecoin prices are in that crazy new economy kind of way.
4. Breaking news: bitcoin is responsible for all of South Korea's problems
People are being diagnosed with the bitcoin blues around Korea. It might be because blaming bitcoin is much easier than solving an insurmountable housing crisis and economic unsustainability, widespread alcoholism and a national penchant for stigmatising mental illness. You be the judge.
5. Cautious notes of optimism signify continuing headline vagary
Australia will now be enforcing a new set of cryptocurrency exchange regulations. But what does it actually mean?
Disclosure: At the time of writing the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VEN, XLM, BTC, NANO
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