• Heath Tarbert, Chairman of the CFTC. (via Harvard)
    Ethereum,  Politics

    Opinion | Congress must act now on cryptocurrency regulation

    The election hype will soon doom any hope of a clear legal framework being in place by 2020.

    Members of Congress love to drag the CEOs of large companies into hearings to show off in front of their constituents. The best recent example is the grilling of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg over the company's Libra cryptocurrency project. Now, this over-the-top political production is threatening to spoil a good opportunity to provide the regulatory clarity so desperately needed by the cryptocurrency industry...

  • Lies, lies, lies, yeah—They're gonna get you (via Pixabay).
    Uncategorized

    Telegram to SEC: Liar, liar, pants on fire!

    The maker of the TON blockchain’s whiny response to the agency’s lawsuit stopping a $1.7 billion token sale is the latest example of the industry’s willingness to fight the Securities and Exchange Commission

    The Securities and Exchange Commission doesn’t understand cryptocurrencies, is unfair, and is out of touch with what its own commissioners are saying in public.

  • Ethereum

    At contentious Consensus interview, Jimmy Song and Joe Lubin bet $550,000 on Ethereum’s future

    Bitcoin apostle calls out Ethereum and ConsenSys as targeting the gullible and greedy

    ConsenSys founder Joe Lubin just bet more than half a million dollars that Ethereum will be going strong in four years. Settling the terms of the bet between Lubin and Bitcoin missionary Jimmy Song on Ethereum’s success or failure took a year—it was made onstage at Consensus 2018—but it’s done.

  • A very sloppy way to hold currencies is to pile them all like this (via Pixabay).
    Cryptocurrencies

    eToro launches exchange, stablecoins

    The social trading firm’s eToroX crypto division is based and regulated in Gibraltar

    Social trading and brokerage company eToro’s blockchain division, eToroX, announced the launch of a cryptocurrency exchange and the release of eight stablecoins on April 16. The exchange will initially list six cryptocurrencies including the top five by market capitalization: bitcoin, ether, XRP, bitcoin cash, and litecoin, as well as 13th-ranked dash.