News XBT Provider has announced its plans to distribute the proceeds from the sale of 44,471 bitcoin cash to eligible holders of its exchange-traded notes (ETNs). Also read: Bitcoin ETN Crosses $100 Million After Unprecedented Demand From Investors, Partners With Xapo XBT Provider’s Bitcoin Cash The Swedish-domicile issuer of bitcoin and ether ETNs, XBT Provider, announced on Thursday its plans to
Featured While Wall Street heavies publically shamed bitcoin and its users, Citigroup is taking a more nuanced approach. In a wide-ranging interview at a futuristic conference in New York City, its CEO describes in detail how his firm, the fourth largest bank in the United States by total assets, just behind Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and JP Morgan Chase,
Regulation A bill to regulate Australia’s digital currency exchanges has gained support from the Senate committee tasked to review it. The committee recommended for the bill to be passed. However, public comments from the industry’s participants suggest that some provisions in the bill are unclear and could reduce competition in the payment industry. Also read: Australia Introduces Bill That Regulates Bitcoin
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Op-Ed Written by Jonald Fyookball. A few months ago, I wrote an article called “Mathematical Proof That the Lightning Network Cannot Be a Decentralized Bitcoin Scaling Solution”. It received quite a bit of attention, both positive and negative. Now it seems that the realities of LN’s limitations are being accepted, and new narratives are forming to justify the continued morphing of Bitcoin
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An upcoming meeting of the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) is likely to change how law enforcement across the U.S. approaches bitcoin. Right now, the meeting is under the radar, but its fallout could soon make a pivotal debate flare on a state-by-state level. Also Read: Scheduled Scaling Updates for the Bitcoin Network Are Getting Closer To Regulate or Not to Regulate?
The Central Bank of Russia has been asked to follow Japan’s example on legalizing bitcoin by a prominent Russian politician. Also read: Russia’s Central Bank Drafting Proposal to Classify Bitcoins as Digital Goods Russian Central Bank Learns About the Japanese Model Boris Titov, Russian politician Boris Titov is a Russian politician and the Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights. In a letter