Follow-Up

Latest summaries on the most recent events that occurred in the world of cryptocurrencies. The most fresh and detailed follow-ups by Cointelegraph.

CryptoRuble: How Stable Could Russian National Stablecoin Be?

19 HOURS AGO | by Stephen O'Neal

Details of Russia’s national stablecoin have surfaced.

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“Wall Street’s Bookkeeper” Enters Test Phase of DLT Replatforming Along With 15 Major Banks

NOV 16, 2018 | by Henry Linver

The project claims to be able to process the entire daily volume of the U.S. equities market, however, critics remain doubtful.

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Why Did Crypto Market Experience a $27 Billion Wipeout? Experts Discuss Factors

NOV 16, 2018 | by Joseph Young

Crypto market experienced a $27 billion drop in valuation overnight, experts explain factors and trends.

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EOS Proves Yet Again That Decentralization Is Not Its Priority

NOV 15, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

EOS’ governance model has been questioned again.

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Blockchain Advocates Storm Governors’ Mansions and Retain House Seats in US Midterm Elections

NOV 11, 2018 | by Kirill Bryanov

Blockchain industry might be the real winner in the US midterm elections.

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FATF Guidelines Updated to Combat Money-Laundering and Terrorism Financing in Europe

NOV 10, 2018 | by Gareth Jenkinson

The regulation of cryptocurrencies continues to be a talking point as governments and institutions look for clarity in the space.

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Innovation Behind Bars: the Arrest of India’s First Bitcoin ‘ATM’ Operators

NOV 08, 2018 | by Marie Huillet

On what grounds were the creators of India’s first Bitcoin “ATM” arrested this October?

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Bit.ly Says It ‘Does Not Block Cryptocurrency Sites,’ Fixes Links For Andreas Antonopoulos’ Book

NOV 07, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

The blacklisting was accidental, the company says.

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ETH Zero-Proof Prototype Models: Has Ernst & Young Done What Ethereum Could Not?

NOV 07, 2018 | by Chrisjan Pauw

Did E&Y beat Ethereum to the post with their zero-knowledge proof prototype for private transactions on public blockchains?

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The SEC Stops Accepting Public Comments on Bitcoin ETFs, Takes Time to Make Decision

NOV 06, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

Clarifying information regarding the SEC’s deadline.

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Morgan Stanley Report Shows Strong Institutional Investment for Bitcoin

NOV 06, 2018 | by Henry Linver

Morgan Stanley’s report shows Bitcoin’s appeal to institutional investors as the market evolves.

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5,000 BTC Missing, and Other Details of the Winklevii vs. Shrem Case

NOV 06, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

The Winklevii claim Charlie Shrem owes them 5,000 BTC.

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Bank of America Has the Most Blockchain Patents, But Is It Actually Going to Use Them?

NOV 04, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

Bank of America leads in the blockchain patent race

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Bitstamp Is Looking Towards ‘Global Expansion’ After Being Acquired by South Korean Investors

OCT 30, 2018 | by Stephen O'Neal

Bitstamp has been acquired by Brussels-based investment firm.

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Ethereum’s Upgrades: Why Constantinople Fork Is So ‘Hard’ to Implement

OCT 25, 2018 | by Julia Magas

Looking behind the scenes of Constantinople to find answers to the community’s concerns and frequently asked questions about Ethereum’s hard fork.

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