This Week in Crypto
Bakkt plans to launch a consumer app, bitcoin cash miners plan to roll out a soft fork, and Binance invests in open-data framework provider Numbers.
KyberSwap leaves the EU due to new regulations, Grayscale surpasses $1 billion in total investments, and Libra launches a technical development committee.
VeChain Foundation was hacked of $6.5M in VET tokens, Japanese banks are interested in joining JP Morgan’s Interbank Information Network, and the Stellar Foundation canceled its 2B XLM airdrop to Keybase users.
Chainalysis lays off 39 employees, Shanghai police allegedly raid Binance offices, and Silvergate Bank announces plans to launch crypto lending and custody services.
Bithumb Launches Bithumb Coin (BT), CME Group plans to offer bitcoin options in 2020, and Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD) will launch next week.
Justin Sun admits investment in Poloniex, BitGo is processing 20% bitcoin of transactions, and Binance announces it will use the fiat gateway by Paxos Trust Company.
HTC launches the EXODUS 1 Binance Edition, Abra adds support for 60 new assets, and Polkadot explores Kadena’s Pact smart contract programming language.
CipherTrace adds support for Binance Chain, the Stellar Foundation burns 55 billion XLM, and Huobi Global bans U.S. customers from its exchange.
A vulnerability has been found in the ENS short-name auction, Binance and Polychain invest In Founders Bank, and Nebulous reaches a $225K SEC settlement.
Bittrex adopts chainalysis tracking software, a new malware is stealing browser data, and Binance helps UK police find a cybercriminal involved in phishing attacks.
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