Industry Watch 01 March, 2018 – 06:50

Nami | Daily Crypto News 01.03.2018

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Bloomberg: Bitcoin-Futures Regulator Clears Employees to Trade Crypto Coins

Cryptocurrency trading is now on the menu for Commodity Futures Trading Commission staff, its chief lawyer has said.

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Forbes: The Number of Bitcoin Transactions Using SegWit Doubled In 2 Days, Here’s Why That Matters

Around 30% of Bitcoin transactions now take advantage of the SegWit improvement.


Coin Telegraph: Coinbase: BTC Buys And Sells Issue Resolved, Bitcoin Performance Still ‘Degraded’

Coinbase has resolved the issue of intermittent availability for BTC buys and sells.


Coin Telegraph: Porsche ‘First’ To Test Blockchain Technology For Cars

Porsche is teaming up with Berlin-based startup XAIN to improve locking capabilities, autonomous driving, and business practices with the help of Blockchain technology.

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Coin Telegraph: Dubai To Release Blockchain-Based System To Track Vehicle Lifecycles

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has announced that it will launch a Blockchain-based initiative for tracking vehicles’ lifecycle for their customers.


Fortune: Bill Gates Expressed His Opinions About Cryptocurrencies

“The main feature of cryptocurrencies is their anonymity. I don’t think this is a good thing,” Bill Gates said in the Reddit post.

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Coindesk: Genesis Trading Launches Crypto Lending Service for Investors

Genesis Global Capital will allow investors to borrow crypto in quantities of $100,000 or more for terms ranging from two weeks to six months.

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Coindesk: Banking Group SBI Delays Crypto Exchange Launch

The launch of Japan’s first bank-backed cryptocurrency exchange has again been postponed as it seeks to strengthen security measures.


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