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  1. The bright minds of Facebook are not doing well. No one is accepting them. after Paypal now also Mastercard, Visa and eBay pulled out. https://news.sky.com/story/amp/more-firms-quit-facebooks-proposed-libra-global-digital-currency-group-11833359
  2. From mornig to midnight I read lot of articles.They come to my inbox from newsletters I subscribed before in three langs English, Albanian and Serbian. 30% of them are about cryptocurrecies. I post here aproximately 10 of them in Eng. with a souce link in bottom. If this is in conflict with rules please tell me and I will stop it immediatly. Copy-paste contet with source link is allowed as I know. Isaa
  3. None of us know everythig, I post analytics, reports and news that do not conflict with forum rules.
  4. Ok, I will consider it!
  5. A recent report from the Canadian Digital Chamber of Commerce shows that salaries in the Canadian blockchain industry are amongst the highest in the country. Much needed legal clarity The Chamber of Digital Commerce Canada released its October report on the country’s blockchain ecosystem, showing insights into the health of the industry, current strengths and legal needs throughout Canada.p A recent report from the Canadian Digital Chamber of Commerce shows that salaries in the Canadian blockchain industry are amongst the highest in the country. Much needed legal clarity The Chamber of Digital Commerce Canada released its October report on the country’s blockchain ecosystem, showing insights into the health of the industry, current strengths and legal needs throughout Canada... https://cointelegraph.com/news/report-blockchain-among-highest-paying-industries-in-canada
  6. Canadian blockchain companies want to know where their government stands on the crypto space, a new report commissioned by the Canadian Digital Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) shows. The report – one of the first to take a comprehensive snapshot of Canada’s blockchain ecosystem – sheds new light on the country’s nascent crypto firms, who appear largely bullish on their own future and are increasingly eager to know if their government feels the same. Nearly 40 percent of respondents said that “legal and regulatory challenges” were impeding their growth. Though separate from U.S. regulators and from other global regulatory bodies, Canada’s government has been reticent to establish crypto regulations that might conflict with other countries’ laws, said Michael Gord, CEO of Toronto-based MLG Blockchain consulting group. https://www.coindesk.com/canadas-blockchain-sector-wants-legal-clarity-new-report-shows
  7. The cryptocurrency industry isn’t replacing Wall Street just yet. But inventors and entrepreneurs are working on it, with some initial success, albeit modest. In this case, an option premium of 0.0202 bitcoin ($217 at the time) paid via a smart contract may have just become the proof of concept. The latest target for blockchain disruption is options trading tied to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, the main benchmark for U.S. stocks. It’s a massive market, with roughly $400 billion of the options changing hands every day last year, on average. https://www.coindesk.com/tiny-217-options-trade-on-bitcoin-blockchain-could-be-wall-streets-death-knell
  8. Grant Thornton, the firm liquidating hacked New Zealand cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia, has discussed how best to do so with the platform’s developers. According to a leaked email from Grant Thornton originally dated Sept. 23, its executives planned to conduct an online meeting with the developers on Oct. 7. The email reads: “Given the scale, complexity and unique nature of the Cryptopia situation it is desirable to develop a collaborative relationship with the developer community.” https://cointelegraph.com/news/cryptopia-exchange-liquidator-asks-its-devs-how-to-reimburse-users
  9. In June John McAfee launched a digital currency access point that combines manual and bot trading across eight exchanges on one interface. McAfee Magic connects people to over 500 digital currencies and has gathered 11,743 users so far. On Friday, McAfee told the public that he’s now launching an exchange called McAfeedex which “requires no name, no documents, no email, no bank info” to use. “Transaction details are private and nothing is monitored — Nothing recorded and no restrictions,” McAfee explained. https://news.bitcoin.com/mcafee-to-launch-decentralized-token-exchange-with-no-restrictions/
  10. John McAfee’s new decentralized exchange will launch today. According to MaAfee, as of now, any and all Ethereum (ETH) ERC-20 tokens can be enabled for instant trading for free. However, there will be a 0.25% fee imposed on market takers in the future. McAfee also stated that users should not be “expecting miracles at first” and encouraged them to allow time for "others to join". Cryptopotato
  11. Monday, Oct. 7 — Bitcoin (BTC) continues its rebound together with most of the other cryptocurrencies, with notable gainers Chainlink (LINK) and Tron (TRX) breaking 10% gains on the day. Cryptocurrency market daily overview. Source: Coin360 The world’s most popular crypto coin closed the week with a selloff, pushing its price well below the $8,000 mark and recording a close down 2.5% for the week. However, Monday seems to be bearing gifts. Bitcoin started the trading day at around the $8,000 price level and has been slowly crawling upward to its current price point of $8,234, showing a gain of 5.35% in the last 24 hours. Bitcoin seven-day price chart. Source: Coin360
  12. After much deliberation in the past months and years, Moscow has recently taken important steps toward regulating the crypto space. These are part of the efforts to open the way for the development of the Russian digital economy. The country, heavily dependent on energy exports and hurt by Western sanctions, needs alternative sources of revenue and cannot afford to turn a blind eye to bitcoin for too long. Law ‘On Digital Rights’ Enters Into Force in Russia Three bills concerning the future of cryptocurrencies and the regulation of related activities are now at different stages of adoption in the Russian Federation. On Oct. 1, the law “On Digital Rights” entered into force. It establishes the basic legal definition of rights in the digital realm and determines their status under the country’s civil rights law. “Digital right” in this context is a new legal term, the scope of which can be interpreted to include tokens such as those used in the crypto industry.
  13. Relations between Belarus and Russia have always been quite complicated. The union the two close allies created has faced all kinds of challenges over its 20 plus years of existence. Now cryptocurrency is becoming a new apple of discord, as Minsk has taken a relatively friendly approach to regulating decentralized assets, while some in Moscow want them banned. Arm-Twisting Between Close Allies The two former Soviet republics decided to reintegrate just a few years after the dissolution of the USSR. The Commonwealth of Belarus and Russia was created in the spring of 1996 and the bond between them was strengthened further with the signing of the “Treaty on the Union Between Belarus and Russia” the following year. Then the “Treaty on the Creation of the Union State of Russia and Belarus,” aimed at establishing a federative entity similar to the Soviet Union, was signed on Dec. 8, 1999. It was ratified by the two nations soon after and the Union was formally born in 2000. The members had to elect a common head of state, adopt a new constitution, flag, anthem, and passports, create joint armed forces and introduce a common currency.
  14. Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has issued regulations for fund managers investing in “virtual assets.” In an Oct. 4 announcement, the financial market watchdog formalized a framework put out in November last year that was aimed to regulate funds that allocate more than 10 percent of their portfolio in virtual assets. The 37-page regulation, which is effective immediately, defines virtual assets as “digital representations of value which may be in the form of digital tokens,” such as digital currencies, utility tokens or security or asset-backed tokens. It also includes any other virtual commodities, crypto assets or other assets of essentially the same nature, regardless of whether they fall under the definition of “securities” or “futures contracts” under the agency’s existing ordinance. Other than that, the document is fairly broad, as much of it follows existing regulations on fund-managers licensed by the SFC in general. For instance, fund managers investing in crypto assets must have at least 3 million Hong Kong dollars ($382,000) of capital, similar to the minimal requirement for the SFC’s type 9 (asset management) licensees. An independent compliance officer needs to be appointed, and detailed compliance procedures must be drafted. Crypto fund managers must appoint a third-party custodian and the assets of the fund and the fund manager must be kept separate. Fiat currency must also be kept separate at a licensed Hong Kong financial institution or in a jurisdiction approved by the SFC. When choosing a custodian, the fund manager must establish that the institution is capable of dealing with virtual assets and that it understands relevant concepts, such as wallets. The SFC does allow for self-custody if certain requirements are met. In terms of trading, the SFC requires fund managers to conduct extensive due diligence on crypto exchanges before using any virtual asset trading platform.
  15. Ripple’s XRP price analysis: XRP/USD could fly if $0.2800-0.2900 barrier is broken down Ripple’s XRP price in the session on Monday is trading up with decent gains of some 8%, following a surge to the upside out from a narrowing range. XRP/USD has pushed into the highest levels that have been seen since 23 September. The momentum came after the bulls managed to escape tight limited trading conditions, where the price was capped by resistance at $0.2600.
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