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BitGo Processing 20% of Bitcoin Transactions

BitGo is processing more than 20% of bitcoin transactions, the company said at the invest:nyc conference today in New York.…

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Tunisian Central Bank Denies Reports of an ‘E-Dinar’ Digital Currency

The Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) has denied reports stating that the bank is developing a central bank digital currency…

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Airbnb Now Bookable With Bitcoin and Lightning Network via Fold App

Bitcoin payments app Fold now supports home-sharing giant Airbnb, the firm announced on Nov. 11. Now Fold users can get…

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HCM Capital Expects China’s Digital Currency to Launch in 2-3 Months

Founding managing partner of HCM Capital, the private equity arm of electronics manufacturer Foxconn, Jack Lee, says China’s Central Bank…

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MAS, JPMorgan Build Payments System With Inter-Blockchain Connectivity

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the city-state’s central bank, has completed development of a blockchain-based cross border payments system…

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Singapore’s MAS, JPMorgan Unveil Multi-Currency Blockchain Prototype

Singapore’s central bank and state investment firm have created a prototype multi-currency blockchain-based payments network together with JPMorgan. A Nov.…

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Malaysia to Impose Cash Transaction Limit of $6K in 2020: Report

Malaysia is planning to impose a $6,000 limit on cash transactions in 2020, according to a deputy governor at the…

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Fed Must Launch FedNow Ahead of Facebook’s Libra, Says Gov’t Official

A senior United States federal official has argued that Facebook’s Libra highlights the need for the Federal Reserve (Fed) to…

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Only 1% of Today’s Cryptocurrencies Will Survive

As many as 99% of all cryptocurrencies will likely go to zero, according to a new prediction by Ripple CEO…

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Libra Is More Like Email Than PayPal

Facebook’s crypto project Libra will be more similar to email tech than payment services such as PayPal, vice president of…

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