China releases draft regulation for blockchain startups

1 Month ago / News / Daily crypto digest

Main cryptocurrency news on the 23rd of October

Main news: 

  • China has prepared rules for regulating blockchain services


Business and Finance

  • The head of the New York hedge fund, Roy Niederhoffer, put up for sale his six-story mansion in Manhattan, built in the 19th century, for 2500 Bitcoins
  • The creator of Dogecoin fears the transformation of the cryptographic into Wall Street 2.0
  • Bank of Japan denies the effectiveness of digital central bank cryptocurrency
  • Commissions on the Monero network after activation of the Bulletproofs protocol fell by 97%
  • Bitmain has released a software update for miners S9 with activated AsicBoost
  • In the summer of 2019, FATF will publish international standards for cryptocurrency regulation
  • The launch of Constantinople is postponed until the beginning of 2019

Law and Legislation

  • Trade.io platform cold wallet was hacked by 50 million TIO tokens
  • Hong Kong Exchange: blockchain projects can be regulated within the framework of existing legislation

Ecosystem

  • Visa integrates IBM Hyperledger technology into B2B Connect blockchain platform
  • Two more startups have joined the Ripple payment ecosystem