This Week in Crypto
The IRS investigates Bitcoin ATMs, Fidelity Digital Asset Services has been granted a trust license, and Grayscale Investments seeks SEC reporting company status.
Bakkt plans to offer cash-settled bitcoin futures, crypto.com announces a new exchange, and Telegram requests its SEC case to be dismissed.
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.
Block.One is due to pay $24 million in an SEC settlement, over $3 million worth of FSN tokens have been hacked, and Ethereum’s istanbul upgrade arrived early.
OCBC joins JPMorgan’s blockchain initiative, CME Group plans to launch bitcoin options in early 2020, and the U.S. Financial Services Committee plans to question the SEC about cryptocurrencies next week.
Binance US launches in 37 states, Germany’s government passed a new blockchain strategy, and the SEC has charged ICOBox for securities violations.
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