• That XRP logo is moving very fast (via Shutterstock).
    XRP

    Coinbase announces acceptance of XRP, ripple ensues

    Coinbase Pro to start accepting XRP transfers Tuesday

    It seems like the #RippleArmy has won at least one major battle: acceptance by Coinbase. One of the biggest names in retail crypto trading announced on Monday that its Coinbase Pro platform will start accepting inbound transfers of XRP Tuesday morning.

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    Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies

    Coinbase CEO speculates on QuandrigaCX management coverup

    Analysis points to possible trouble long before the CEO’s death

    As the QuadrigaCX saga continues to play out, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has jumped into the fray. The chief executive at the largest U.S. exchange suspects that management at its largest Canadian competitor is using its founder’s death to cover up what could be a massive fraud.

  • The world we were guaranteed because of Bitcoin (via Pixabay).
    Bitcoin,  Opinion

    Bitmain proves Bitcoin’s environmental threat was overblown

    Bitmain’s latest numbers and change in one index makes the future not as bleak

    Remember when Bitcoin’s energy consumption was going to destroy the world? It turns out that the planet’s demise at the hands of crypto miners may have been greatly exaggerated. Bitmain’s recent financial filings and a new change in in how a much-touted number, the Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index, is calculated should allay fears that crypto will singlehandedly destroy our planet.

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    United States

    SEC settles complaint against self-reporting ICO

    Ruling could be problematic for fraudsters of 2017 and 2018

    The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Gladius Network LLC with conducting an unregistered initial coin offering (ICO), even after the company self-reported themselves to the commission. Companies that fund through an ICO must register the coins as securities, the SEC clarified on Wednesday. Gladius will have to offer speculators a refund.