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Cryptonews Rewind 2019: Q2 - The Big Rally, Libra & Regulatory Awakening

Here is what happened in the Cryptoworld in the second quarter of this year: Total crypto market capitalization in Q2 April The quarter started with Bitcoin price suddenly jumping by 16% in an hour, reaching USD 4,882 per coin, the level last seen in November 2018, then it went above USD 5,000. This all prompted numerous crypto forecasts to start pouring in. Singapore-headquartered blockchain company Pundi X blamed the bear market and long certification process for missing their expansion targe...
Cryptonews Rewind 2019: Q2 - The Big Rally, Libra & Regulatory Awakening

Crypto YouTubers Return from Self-Exile as YouTube Admits Mistake

After YouTube's attack on crypto-related videos that lasted for several days, forcing quite a few creators into hiding for self-preservation, now the Google-owned giant says it wasn't intentional, followed by the YouTubers' return from exile. YouTube has finally provided a response to the situation and to individual channels, following days of silence and speculations about the reason behind platform's striking the videos as harmful and dangerous. Hey there, this was an error on ...
Crypto YouTubers Return from Self-Exile as YouTube Admits Mistake

Bitcoin as Safe Haven Narrative is Tested Again After U.S. Strike in Iran

The popular oft-debated narrative of Bitcoin (BTC) as a safe haven is being tested yet again, following the U.S. strike in Iran. (Updated at 17:00 UTC: updates in bold). Iranian Major-General Qassem Soleimani, head of the elite Quds Force, and Iraqi militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis were killed in an air strike on their convoy in Baghdad airport by the U.S. airstrike late on Thursday, reports Reuters. Veteran war-zone correspondent and political analyst Elijah J. Magnier posted a Twitter t...
Bitcoin as Safe Haven Narrative is Tested Again After U.S. Strike in Iran

Japanese Education Chiefs Charged over Crypto Deal + More News

Crypto Briefs is your daily, bite-sized digest of cryptocurrency and blockchain-related news – investigating the stories flying under the radar of today’s crypto news. Legal news Osaka prosecutors have charged Meijo Gakuin Educational Corporation executives with embezzlement, claiming they over misappropriated local education authority funds. Per Nikkei, a former director allegedly used just short of USD 1 million of funds from a school property sale to buy cryptocurrencies in 2017. Police raide...
Japanese Education Chiefs Charged over Crypto Deal + More News

YouTubers Going into Hiding Mode as Attack on Crypto Continues

YouTube has continued the attack against crypto-related videos, and the events in the past two days have made some content creators hide their videos, or just abandoned crypto content altogether. Others are calling for a YouTube boycott. As previously reported, the Google-owned American video-sharing giant has been restricting some crypto-related videos. Many more people based in different countries are alleging that one or more of their videos have been removed and that they've received st...
YouTubers Going into Hiding Mode as Attack on Crypto Continues

These Companies Hope to Shine at Blockchain-focused CES

The Customer Electronics Show (CES 2020) is already in full swing. And this year’s event, now being held in Las Vegas and winding up on January 10, will have a special significance for the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry – following on from themes first explored at CES 2019. But for many, this will be the year when innovators and industrialists must stop talking about blockchain, and actually start making money from it. Nowhere is that truer than South Korea – where many of the country’s ...
These Companies Hope to Shine at Blockchain-focused CES
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