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XRP at $0.26 on Sep 11, 2019
This is major speculation but the partnership between #R3 and #Mastercard could indirectly result in mastercard utilizing Ripple's technology. Currently, the platform will be built on the commercial version of the #Corda platform, as opposed to the open-source Corda Network www.coindesk.com/...tform
The card giant is to develop a blockchain-powered cross-border payments platform in partnership with enterprise-focused blockchain firm R3.
Binance Coin at $20.90 on Sep 11, 2019
#Binance is opening its doors to US customers next week on their Binance US platform. What I find strange is that the as of now Binance US will not be offering trading for thier own Binance Coin BNB. What will happen to the price of #BNB if US customers aren't allowed to trade it? www.coindesk.com/...-week
After registration, 6 cryptocurrencies will be available for deposits including bitcoin, ethereum, XRP, bitcoin cash, litecoin, and tether.
Bitcoin at $10,778.60 on Sep 6, 2019
Bitcoin price drops over $500 after Chair Jerome Powell from the Fed statement that "we don’t see digital currencies from central banks as something happening in the near term." twitter.com/...03008
Highlight: “We are following the whole question of digital currencies,” says Fed Chair Jerome Powell. “It’s not something that we are actively considering. For us, it raises significant issues that we would want to see resolved.”https://t.co/xpAujlCWBdpic.twitter.com/n5M5XDU5AZ— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) September 6, 2019
Bitcoin at $10,447.20 on Sep 3, 2019
The race to launch a Bitcoin #ETF is getting really close... Despite being postponed by the #SEC, #VanEck and #SolidX plan to launch a limited version of an ETF this week. OK Ok! Not quite an ETF but still bullish. Right? www.coindesk.com/...eport
VanEck and SolidX aim to launch a limited bitcoin ETF for institutions in the U.S. later this week, but retail investors will be locked out.
Bitcoin at $10,447.20 on Sep 3, 2019
The crypto adoption wave is seemingly unstoppable. Several corporations including #Microsoft do accept #BTC. The latest to join the bandwagon is #PwC, one of the Big Four accounting firms (along with KPMG, Ernst & Young, and Deloitte. #BuyBitcoin: www.forexcrunch.com/...ents/
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) who are one of the worlds biggest auditors have confirmed they will be accepting Bitcoin payments from their customers. The
Litecoin at $65.54 on Sep 2, 2019
Centralized exchanges are critical cogs in the cryptocurrency scene. However, while they are slow with complex user interfaces, #DEXs will be major in coming years. Reasons are obvious and numerous..hacks, anyone? All the same, we shouldn't hide our heads in the sand and assume that adoption will pick up just like that. There is lack of knowledge on specifically how #AtomicSwapping works. #Litecoin#LTC#Bitcoin#BTC: #6234ebff6178" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener">www.forbes.com/...waps/
Cryptocurrency users will have access to a truly decentralized means of trading crypto through atomic swaps, whilst being able to retain control over their digital assets at all times. Her...
XRP at $0.27 on Aug 14, 2019
Bitcoin at $10,401.50 on Aug 16, 2019
After delay and delay and delay... Finally, Bakkt get the approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services to launch the worlds first physically delivered Bitcoin futures! www.coindesk.com/...month
Bakkt says it will launch Sept. 23 after receiving a trust charter through the New York State Department of Financial Services.
Pundi X at $0.00 on Aug 17, 2019
PundiX is one of the hardest working crypto companies out there... Congrats on your partnership with #ChainZilla to launch a point-of-sale payment gateway (XPOS) in #Panama and its surrounding regions. cointelegraph.com/...anama
Panama to see increased Bitcoin retail penetration through the Chainzilla and Pundi X combined efforts in the field of the blockchain point-of-sale payments.
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