Bitcoin’s Bearish September Has Kneecapped Crypto ETP Exercise: Report

Bitcoin's price woes this month likely put investors off from purchasing crypto ETPs, pushing volumes into a nosedive. Source link

MicroBT Units Up First Offshore Bitcoin Miner Manufacturing facility to Broaden US Market Share

The new Southeast Asian facility will mean U.S. buyers won't have to pay an additional 25% tax on miner orders. Source link

A minster's have a look at regulation and innovation: A necessity to strike a...

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Why the Inventory Market is Poised for Its Worst September Since 2011

Last week saw the third-biggest outflow from stock funds in history, and the dollar is the strongest it’s been since April. Here’s what’s going on. Source link

Jack Dorsey Particulars Twitter’s Blockchain Technique at Oslo Freedom Discussion board

Jack Dorsey said the nonprofit Blue Sky will use blockchain to create an open Twitter protocol and give people more control over their data. Source link

On-Chain Knowledge Suggests Ether Traders Purchased September Dip

Ether's recent price drop has failed to deter investors from accumulating the cryptocurrency, on-chain data indicates. Source link

Cash Reimagined: Memes Imply Cash

Sushi. Yams. Hot dogs. DeFi memes may be a joke, but they point to how money is always created: community storytelling. Plus: a new podcast. Source link

Bitcoin value unfazed after $150M hack of main change KuCoin

KuCoin reported a major security breach on Sep. 26, affecting Bitcoin, Ether, and ERC20 hot wallets while BTC and ETH prices remain unfazed. Source link

Crypto crimes aren’t any excuse for taking away digital asset fungibility

The rise of crypto-related crimes and money laundering cases is the result of the increasing mass crypto adoption. Source link
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