• What do we think of this thing? (via Pixabay)
    Bitcoin

    Chainalysis: Financial professionals love, fear Bitcoin

    Half of the bankers and financial professionals surveyed believe Bitcoin will beat the S&P 500 in 2020, but compliance concerns are keeping them away

    Financial professionals see a bright future for cryptocurrencies, yet the vast majority say legal and regulatory concerns are causing their clients are keeping their distance, according to a new study.

  • This doesn't look like a good business plan (via Pixabay).
    Alt coins

    Stellar burned by $3.5 billion gamble

    The Stellar Development Foundation just lost billions to give other lumen cryptocurrency owners a mere $260 million windfall.

    On November 5, the Stellar Development Foundation shocked attendees of its first Stellar Conference in Mexico City by announcing that 55 billion of the 105 billion lumen (XLM) in existence had been “burned” by sending them to a wallet with no key.

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    Cryptocurrencies

    Voyager Digital bets on fee-free trades

    A former CEO of E-Trade Professional Trading and the founding CTO of Uber say small investors are cryptocurrency’s future; offers interest on accounts

    Voyager Digital Holdings was launched with the goal of radically changing the cryptocurrency exchange market, CEO Steve Ehrlich told Modern Consensus. It’s a business he knows well from the traditional finance side, having headed up E-Trade Professional Trading before founding Lightspeed Financial.

  • Craig Wright behind glass, not behind bars.
    Bitcoin

    Craig Wright unable to produce $5 billion to settle Bitcoin lawsuit

    The self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto broke off settlement talks with the estate of his late partner, who wants half of a 1.1 million bitcoin cache bitcoin’s creator should own

    In the latest act of the Craig Wright Follies, the self-proclaimed Satoshi is claiming poverty. Okay, maybe not poverty, exactly, but he has apparently backed out of a settlement deal to resolve the $10 billion lawsuit by the estate of his late partner, Dave Kleiman. According to Kleiman’s quite angry lawyers, he now says he can’t afford it.