The Libra Association would not quite deny reports that digital payment service PayPal is withdrawing from the group, designed to oversee Facebook’s highly controversial, proposed cryptocurrency.
Deloitte survey finds blockchain vital, overhyped
Executives are seeing more business cases, but asking more questions
While business executives around the world are growing more certain that blockchain will be a game changer, a new survey also reveals that skepticism remains. According to Deloitte, it’s 2019 Global Blockchain Survey finds the technology is entering a new phase, in which the question is no longer, “Will blockchain work?” but, “How can we make blockchain work for us?”
France makes move for European blockchain leadership
During Paris Blockchain Week, France’s finance minister promotes its new law as a model for the EU
Malta may call itself the “Blockchain Island” but it got some stiff competition on April 15 when French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire proposed that its European Union partners “set up a single regulatory framework on crypto-assets inspired by the French experience."
Must-reads for October 26, 2018: Crypto’s pay-to-play, Coinbase cuts, and other stories
These are the crypto stories you should be following today
We Asked Crypto News Outlets If They’d Take Money to Cover a Project. More Than Half Said Yes (Breaker) This is the little article burning up the cryptosphere today. Corin Faife of The Breaker posed as a Moscow-based public relations agency and contacted several crypto news sites, asking them if he could pay for favorable articles on their website. “Of the 22 outlets who replied conclusively, 12 of them—more than half the total—were willing to publish paid content without disclosing it as such,” Faife writes. The sites that were willing to take money were: CryptoNinjas Cointelligence Coinsepeaker CryptoPotato Blokt BTCManager Coinidol AMB Crypto Globalcoinreport Cryptovest Bitcoinist NewsBTC Keep that in…