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  • XRP long-term Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Texan authorities issue cease and desist order against a South African crypto credit card scheme.
  • CME Bitcoin Futures Open Interest Soars, Institutions Look at BTC as Inflation Hedge
  • Miner Hut 8 Reports Q2 Revenue Plunged 67% to $6.9 Million Due to Bitcoin Halving
  • Bitcoin Challenges $12K As Binance Coin (BNB) Skyrockets 9% (Market Watch)
  • Millionaire Bitcoin Whale Places Crypto Market on Notice, Warns Big Losses Coming to Newbie Traders
  • South Korean City To Issue Blockchain-Based Payments Aimed At The Elderly
  • Bitcoin Cash long-term Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Samsung Phone Support for Gemini Exchange Can Further Crypto Adoption
  • South Korean blockchain payments for elderly coming soon
  • Warren Buffet Buys Gold Against his Previous Beliefs, Is Bitcoin Next?
  • SEC Shuts Down Blockchain Jobs Platforms, Orders It to Destroy Its ICO Token Holdings
  • $217M Invested In Crypto As Grayscale Marks Its Best Week Following Nationwide Commercial Launch
  • Andreas Antonopoulos: Hex Team Offered Me 10 BTC to Speak Well of Their Token
  • Zcash, Synthetix, Ethereum Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin: Unless you understand DeFi, it’s likely “best to sit out”
  • DeFi’s ‘new stage’ welcomed as OKEx, Binance list Curve Finance’s CRV
  • Unraveling the Blockchain and Crypto Gaming World One Click at a Time
  • US government promotes the adoption of bitcoin
  • BTC price could reach $14k soon
  • SEC shuts down blockchain-based job platform
  • Experts hopes Warren Buffet buys Bitcoin
  • Educating Congress on Tech Is The Next Frontier for This Blockchain Caucus Co-Chair
  • Curve Crashes 50% on Massive Volumes
  • Ethereum’s circulating supply – A ‘silly gotcha’ debate?
  • Is Bitcoin Still Considered Cheap In 2020?
  • Over $150,000 in Bitcoin Seized from UK Woman Arrested for Fraud and Money Laundering
  • Warren Buffett Buying Gold May Push Bitcoin to $50K, Investors Say
  • DASH, Algorand, Cardano Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Enterprises Would Use DeFi, if It Weren’t so Public
  • Will Ethereum Proof of Work Keep Running?
  • US Postal Service proposes blockchain-based mail-in voting system
  • Grayscale rakes in $217 million after TV ad campaign
  • LIFETIONCOIN Provides Payment Solutions and Worldwide Prosperity
  • Another 356K Bitcoin sold for profit – Is $12,000 a pipe dream?
  • YAM Finance Announces Protocol Migration Plan: Will This Save The Crashing Project?
  • Indian Crypto Exchange WazirX to Enter DeFi Amid Uncertain Regulations
  • Chainlink Is Currently Having Its Pump and Dump Moment, Says Crypto Whale
  • Why Bitcoin [BTC] Prices May Surge In Early September?
  • MetaMask changes will boost performance, but could break dapps
  • Ripple Reveals $2,000,000,000 XRP Remittance Volume Milestone, CEO Says the Crypto Asset Can Solve a $10 Trillion Problem
  • The Blockchain Paradox: Decentralization Through Centralized Institutions
  • Binance Coin (BNB) Stands To Benefit from Staking & $16M SXP Airdrop
  • New LINK Marine Dave Portnoy: ‘$LINK to the Moon’
  • Bitcoins Are Being Tokenized Faster Than They’re Mined as DeFi Craze Continues
  • Dave Portnoy’s Tweet Pumps Chainlink [LINK] Price Past $19
  • Bitcoin and Tesla: America’s Most Loved Assets on Tradingview
  • Litecoin long-term Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Decentralized Exchanges Maturing, but High Demand Reveals Limitations
  • Bitmex Goes KYC
  • Bitcoin Is Far Better Than Gold At The Moment, Billionaire Mike Novogratz Says
  • This data suggests Ethereum’s intense uptrend may stall as it reaches $450
  • Steem, Decred, Stellar Lumens Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Can Belarus Use Crypto to Bypass Sanctions? Experts are Skeptical
  • Here Comes the Most Bizarre Bull Market Yet
  • Good Stablecoin Rules in the EU Pave the Way for CBDCs and a Digital Euro
  • MIT and Boston Fed launch research on CBDC creation
  • California Moves Forward with Digital Asset Bill
  • Aave becomes second DeFi protocol to hit $1 billion in total value locked
  • Report: DeFi is Majorly Responsible for Ethereum’s $8 Million Gas Fee Spike
  • Ethereum 2.0 Testnet Crashes
  • China’s Digital Yuan testing pushes into Beijing and Hong Kong
  • Are crypto-tax regulations ready for Ethereum’s staking rewards?
  • Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy is Officially a LINK Marine
  • Ethereum Futures Open Interest Hits Record High As Markets Struggle To Stay Bullish
  • Top DeFi Projects? The 6 Most Decentralized Protocols
  • Cardano Hits Resistance Block – Putting ADA Price Rally In Jeopardy
  • The US Post Office Files a Patent for a Blockchain-Based Voting System
  • Why Cryptocurrency Is More Than a Hedge Against US Dollar Inflation
  • How an anti-meme coin joke backfired into a $1.2 million meme coin
  • Binance Coin, Tron, IOTA Price Analysis: 15 August
  • Kraken: BTC Could Shoot Up Another 200 Percent
  • Gold and Bitcoin Hater Warren Buffett Invests in Gold Mining Giant Barrick
  • Here’s How Warren Buffett Dumping Bank Stocks For Gold Could Launch Bitcoin Price To $50,000
  • Max Keiser against Warren Buffet for chiding Bitcoin
  • Ether’s Rally to 25-Month High on DeFi Boom Drives Record Demand for Derivatives
  • How is Tether helping Bitcoin’s demand?
  • Chainlink pumps 13% in 24, edges in on $20
  • Boost to Bitcoin: Elon Musk confirms asteroid mining is a risk to gold prices
  • Law Firm Sees Crypto Investors Flocking to St. Kitts & Nevis for Dual Citizenship
  • Hong Kong Authorities Apprehend Bitcoin ATM Thieves Who Stole $30,000
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  • Bitcoin Cash price rises above $308, what’s next?
  • Litecoin price tests $61 resistance, what’s next?
  • US Post Office could turn to blockchain tech after Trump threatens “shutdown”
  • Binance Coin price falls to $23.1 after rising above $23.7
  • EOS price approaches $3.8, what to expect?
  • Blockchain Phones and Bitcoin Watches: Revisiting the Crypto Tech Hype
  • Bitcoin price rises above $11900, what’s next?
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    German prosecutors probe possible death of suspended VW employee

    German prosecutors probe possible death of suspended VW employee

    FRANKFURT — Prosecutors in Braunschweig, Germany, said Wednesday they were investigating the death of a man found in a burned-out car on Monday to determine whether there were any links to a dispute between Volkswagen and Bosnian supplier group Prevent.

    A body was found in a field in Lower Saxony on Monday, a spokeswoman for the Braunschweig prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday.

    Local newspaper Helmstedter Nachrichten, citing people familiar with the matter, said the dead person was a Volkswagen employee who had done business with the Bosnian supplier group, who was also being probed for potentially illegal recordings of conversations.

    A spokesman for police in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, where Volkswagen is based, confirmed a body had been found in Rottorf, Helmstedt, but referred further queries to the Braunschweig prosecutor’s office.

    The Braunschweig prosecutor’s office declined to comment on whether the dead person was a Volkswagen employee, adding that it had not yet been possible to formally confirm the identity of the deceased.

    The Braunschweig prosecutor’s office, however, said its staff were now looking at whether the death was linked to the employee at the center of the VW eavesdropping probe, and whether there were links to an arson attack on the VW staff member’s house in May.

    Preliminary findings by forensic staff, who examined the body Tuesday, had shown no obvious signs of “outside interference” which may have caused the death, the prosecutor’s office said.

    Volkswagen on Wednesday said it would be inappropriate to speculate on the matter given that the automaker had not received official notification about a possible death of one of its employees, and could not comment on an ongoing investigation.

    Volkswagen earlier this month said one of its employees had been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation into eavesdropping.

    Volkswagen and the Bosnian supplier group fell out in 2016 in a disagreement over pricing, prompting Car Trim and ES Automobilguss, both part of Bosnia’s Prevent Group, to halt deliveries of seat covers and cast iron parts for gear boxes, causing production losses at six of VW’s factories.

    VW and Prevent have since been involved in claims and counterclaims for damages caused by the dispute.

    A spokesman for Prevent Group on Wednesday declined to comment on the death. “It is a tragic event. There is nothing more to be said about it,” he said.



    German prosecutors probe possible death of suspended VW employee

    Bull Runs, Mining, and Tor Attacks: Bad Crypto News of the Week


    Check out this week’s Bad Crypto podcast.

    Last week, the Bitcoin news was all about lift-off. This week, it’s all about the leveling off. Bitcoin ends the week around $11,400, a fall of about 2.7 percent over the last seven days. That drop included a correction of $700 in one day so the question now is whether the bullish moment has gone or will Bitcoin push on to $15,000? 

    Its first mission will be to break the resistance at $12,000. Bitcoin failed to do that twice in ten days but consolidated after each failure, which some experts believe is evidence of a continued bull run. 

    MicroStrategy, a publicly-traded business intelligence company, certainly hopes so. The firm has spent $250 million buying 21,454 Bitcoins to use as its primary reserve asset. MyCryptoWallet and MyEtherWallet co-founder Taylor Monahan has some advice for MicroStrategy, and for anyone else wondering how to manage their investments during a bull run. Pick a few long term coins, she says, don’t risk more than 5 percent of your net worth and if you lose it all, don’t try to recoup your losses.

    If you are going to buy, though, make your purchase on Sunday night. According to new research, that’s when Bitcoin sees the highest returns, helped by low volumes and high volatility. 

    It’s not just Bitcoin that’s doing well, though. The token sale for the NEAR Protocol DApp had to be postponed for a day after CoinList, the exchange hosting the offering, was overwhelmed by traders. Adam Back thinks those buyers should back off. Bitcoin is enough, he says, and Satoshi should stay hidden. 

    What future awaits cryptocurrencies?

    One person who is being kept hidden, though, is Andrew Yang. The former presidential candidate and blockchain advocate isn’t included on the DNC speaker list. That could be a huge oversight. Grayscale, a cryptocurrency investment firm, is broadcasting an ad on CNBC, MSNBC, FOX, and FOX Business, among others. The ads may do to crypto investing what Merrill Lynch’s 1948 New York Times did for the popularization of stock investing.

    One aspect of the blockchain that new investors will need to bear in mind is China’s dominance. China holds most of the world’s Bitcoin mining capacity, which could let Chinese miners take control with a 51 percent attack. Jameson Lopp, the co-founder and CTO of Casa, isn’t concerned. Attackers couldn’t steal Bitcoins, he noted, and any attack would also lower the value of their own holdings. 

    But threats don’t only come from China. India is the world’s capital of call center scams, and those scammers are also now targeting cryptocurrency investors. Don’t expect Google to protect us though. The company is struggling to weed out fraudulent ads from scammers. The ads lead to a cloned Uniswap page which then demands secret login information. At least one victim has lost $30,000 to the scam.

    Tor isn’t doing much better. A vulnerability in the secret, government-made browser might have let attackers steal Bitcoins from users. On the other hand, police have arrested a UK sheep farmer for allegedly trying to extort a supermarket chain. Nigel Wright is said to have told Tesco that he had contaminated baby food. He’d only reveal the location of the food in return for $1.8 million in Bitcoins. The farmer is reported to have been part of a group who felt that Tesco had underpaid them for goods. 

    In better news, a new report explains how the recycling industry could benefit from the blockchain, and enterprises appear to look to be public blockchains as the technology matures.

    And finally, John McAfee’s claim that he had been arrested in Norway for using a thong as a face mask was exaggerated. The software mogul and blockchain enthusiast later admitted that he wasn’t in Norway, and claimed he was in Belarus.

    It’s not only the Bitcoin market that’s known for its bull.

     Check out the audio version here:

    Joel Comm is an internet pioneer, New York Times best-selling author, futurist speaker and co-host of The Bad Crypto Podcast. That’s a fancy way of saying he writes words, says things and loves to play with cryptos

    The views, thoughts and opinions expressed here are the author’s alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph.

    The post Bull Runs, Mining, and Tor Attacks: Bad Crypto News of the Week appeared first on BTC Ethereum Crypto Currency Blog.


    Author: By TeamMMG

    ❗ Crypto - Ripple Cryptocurrency [XRP] News 2020 ❗

    ❗ Crypto – Ripple Cryptocurrency [XRP] News 2020 ❗

    #ripple #xrp

    ❗A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange wherein individual coin ownership records are stored in a digital record holder existing in a form of computerized database using strong cryptography to secure transaction records, to control the creation of additional coins, and to verify the transfer of coin ownership. It typically does not exist in physical form (like paper money) and is typically not issued by a central authority.


    Cryptocurrencies typically use decentralized control as opposed to centralized digital currency and central banking systems. When a cryptocurrency is minted or created prior to issuance or issued by a single issuer, it is generally considered centralized. When implemented with decentralized control, each cryptocurrency works through distributed ledger technology, typically a blockchain, that serves as a public financial transaction database.


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