Industry Watch 12 March, 2018 – 09:59

Nami | Daily Crypto News 12.03.2018

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The Bussiness Time: PayPal CEO: Cryptocurrencies just ‘an experiment right now’

“Regulations need to be sorted out and a whole number of other things,” he said. “It’s an experiment right now that is very unclear which direction it will go.”

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Bloomberg: Crypto Exchange Offers a $250,000 Bounty for Hacker Tip-Offs

Binance, founded by Zhao Changpeng, is offering the equivalent of $250,000 (paid in cryptocurrency) for information that leads to the arrest of hackers who targeted the venue last week.


SCMP: PwC testing a blockchain analytics tool for tracking the global footprint of ICO tokens

Accounting firm PwC is testing a blockchain analytics tool to help trace digital tokens after their launch, helping companies to guard against the risk their tokens will be misused as a medium for money laundering and other crimes.

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Coin Telegraph: Google Searches For ‘Bitcoin’ Slump In Synchronicity With Bitcoin’s Price

After the February’s crypto market slump that brought Bitcoin (BTC) below $7000, the number of Google searches for “Bitcoin” has dropped to the lowest levels since October of last year.


Coin Telegraph: Chinese Crypto Mining Giant Bitmain Developing Facilities In US, Document Suggests

The major Chinese cryptocurrency mining hardware manufacturer Bitmain is reportedly involved in the development of Ant Creek mining centers in the US.


Bussiness Insider: Crypto exchanges are charging up to $1 million per ICO to list tokens: ‘It’s pure capitalism’

Cryptocurrency exchanges are charging between $50,000 and $1 million to list initial coin offerings, according to a Business Insider investigation.


Coin Telegraph: 99 Out Of 100 Top Coins See Green As Bitcoin Climbs Back Above $9K

The cryptocurrency markets are showing slight positive growth today March 10, with Bitcoin (BTC) rising back up above $9,000 and almost all of the top 100 coins, except one, listed on CoinMarketCap in the green as of press time.


Wall Street Journal: Blockchain May Offer a Résumé You Can Trust

Employers have struggled for years with the question: How do I know these job candidates are telling the truth about their background? Colleges and tech companies are using the digital ledger to develop easily verifiable diplomas and employment records.


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